Australian cricketing superstar Usman Khawaja will drop into town this weekend to work with almost 100 children in a development program.
The Australian vice captain will visit Raby Cricket Ground on Sunday morning.
He is visiting Campbelltown as part of his work with the Usman Khawaja Foundation.
Campbelltown-Camden Ghosts secretary Jason Ellsmore said there would be plenty of kids excited to meet the Aussie player.
He said 70 multicultural children had been working with Ghosts coaches in a successful junior development program.
The Usman Khawaja Foundation’s cricket program is designed for children who are new to the game.
The program intends to engage primary school-aged girls and boys with cricket, particularly children from non-traditional cricketing communities.
Khawaja is a Pakistani-born batsman who has represented Australia in tests, one-day internationals and T20 cricket.