The FairBreak book launch is scheduled for Sat 4th Feb at 10 am in the Bradman Room at Manuka Oval. There will be a morning tea followed by a FairBreak XI v ACT XI cricket match. The FairBreak XI team will be made up of fourteen players from twelve different nations.

This book is about a social impact movement striving for equality. Author, Karen Motyka, has given voice to the perspectives of Martyn and the people who have driven the movement forward; the FairBreak management team, the global superstars of women’s cricket, and high-profile advocates. Each one of them is a #fairbreaker. 

This is a celebration of their effort.

“FairBreak has recognised the commercial value of women’s cricket when others have not. 

In doing so, FairBreak has created new opportunities for women to reach their full potential in our great game. Associate nations players, now more than ever, can dream of taking on the best in the world on the biggest stage. Geography and gender are no longer barriers to becoming a professional cricketer.”

Alex Blackwell former Australian Women’s Cricket Captain

“In a time where sports (cricket) are becoming commercial and more competitive, FairBreak keeps the essence of sports alive. It is almost healing to be part of a movement that celebrates anyone who enjoys the sport.

The most impressive part is that they are doing all this while keeping the pure sports ethos intact.”

Sana Mir former Pakistan Women’s Cricket Captain.

Formal invitations will be sent closer to the day, so please note Saturday the 4th of FEB in your diary.

We look forward to your attendance and an enjoyable day of conversation, cricket, and celebration.