62 Sports is a sporting equipment and coaching provider for regional athletes and communities across Australia. We take pride in connecting clients with equipment, apparel and coaches across a range of sports and locations to ensure they have access, diversity of choice and quality.
The equipment arm of the business focuses currently on two sports, cricket and hockey. Our cricket suppliers include ACE Cricket (South Australia), Cooper Cricket (Queensland), Focus Cricket (Western Australia), JP Gavan (New South Wales), Garrard & Flack (Victoria) and King Brown Cricket (Victoria).
In our opinion these are the best boutique cricket equipment brands across Australasia delivering outstanding quality and value for money.
Our hockey range in 2020 includes Focus Hockey (Western Australia), Evolve Sports (New Zealand) and European heavyweights Lekker Hockey (Belgium). COVID 19 has impacted our hockey season significantly as it has many players and associations across the country, suffice to say we are looking forward to 2021.
62 Sports offer a range of coaching options developed specifically for youth athletes aspiring to improve their skill level and understanding of cricket and hockey. We offer a 10 discipline academy program, 1 on 1 skill focus, group skill focus, school holiday and pre-season camp, for further details on each of the coaching options please head to the coaching page on our website.
Owner and director Shane Scott is a retired player from regional Queensland who has represented Queensland Country at the Australian Country Cricket Championships in Bunbury in 2011. After achieving state honours he completed two seasons with English club Heyside CC competing in the Saddleworth and District league in the Greater Manchester area. Shane has also proudly donned caps for Walkerston Cricket Club (Mackay), Gracemere and Brothers Cricket Clubs (Rockhampton) and Toombul District Cricket Club (Brisbane). Shane has also played hockey in Mackay (Tigers/Brothers/Norths), Brisbane (UQHC) and Rockhampton (Wanderers/Park Avenue Brothers). It is his passion for both cricket and hockey that underpins his desire to influence and mentor the next generation of athletes across regional Queensland.