in Sport

December 14, 2020

This summer, Toyota is going in to bat for community clubs everywhere with the Good for Cricket Raffle.

Gemba and Toyota have called on the stars of Australian cricket to pledge their allegiance to grassroots clubs around the nation, pulling on local club colours as a show of solidarity. They’re urging clubs and fans to get behind the Raffle, which has helped raise over three million dollars for community cricket clubs since 2012.

Alongside luminaries from our men’s and women’s national teams, the campaign features grassroots players young and old, from Winston Hills to Wakehurst Redbacks, Manly Warringah and Berowra Cricket Club. Together they’re all calling for Australian cricket lovers to get behind their locals.

The current stars of the game are shown taking off their coveted baggy green caps and pulling on their own community club colours…

  • Australian International Test captains Tim Paine and Meg Lanning, supporting their local clubs the University of Tasmania and Box Hill Cricket Club
  • Nathan Lyon wears his Western Districts CC baggy and Sophie Molineux supports West Bairnsdale CC
  • Beth Mooney and Marnus Labuschagne support their local clubs, Cavaliers and Redlands

The campaign rolls out across broadcast, digital and social throughout the summer. Watch the video here and get behind your local club. It’s as simple as buying a $5 raffle ticket. toyotagoodforcricket.raffletix.com.au

That’s Good for Cricket!