Former Test bowlers Nathan Bracken and Ray Bright will spearhead a Border coaching camp in late January.
The pair will host the annual Shaun Brown Cricket Coaching clinics at North Albury's Xavier High School.
"Our aim with the clinics is to provide an excellent learning experience for enthusiastic cricketers between the ages of seven to 16 and covers all facets of T20, one-day and Test formats. All are aimed at improving participants' skills, knowledge and enjoyment of the game," Brown said.
Bracken played five Tests and 116 one-day internationals as a left-arm paceman.
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In 2008, he was rated the number one bowler in the shortened version.
Bright played 25 Tests, taking 53 wickets with a best of 7-87 against Pakistan in 1980.
He's a current Victoria selector.
The camp will be held on the 23rd and 24th of January, running from 9am to 3pm and will include video analysis and written reports.