The 10-day program will consist of skill and physical components at the beginning of the week, culminating in a three-match series to finish.
Sam and Harry have maximised their time before and after their studies with pathway coaches John Palmer and Shannon Tubb in solid preparation for the program which will fast-track their development.
Sam, a middle-order batsman made history when he became Kensington's youngest-ever First Grade debutant at 15 years and six days, and Harry (wicketkeeper-batsman) also made his A-Grade debut for Sturt at 15 years and fourth months.
Both players were recognised for their efforts and rewarded with the opportunity after the Under-19 Easter Summer series in Hamilton, Victoria which South Australia won 6-1.
The duo will have the access the best coaching staff in the country while spending time with Tim Paine who will be present to mentor Australia’s future stars.
*Isaac Higgins was unavailable due to playing commitments in Darwin.