Win tickets to the Women's Cricket World Cup final and a signed cricket bat
One lucky Mumsnetter will win four tickets to the Women's Cricket World Cup final, courtesy of the England & Wales Cricket Board, as well as a cricket bat signed by the England cricket team.
British summer time means freshly-cut grass, Pimms, strawberries – and of course, cricket.
The England & Wales Cricket Board is launching a new skills programme called All Stars Cricket, aimed at children aged between five and eight. It’s a fun introduction to the world of cricket which can help develop your child's movement and teamwork skills by teaching them how to throw, catch and bat – all while making new friends in a safe and inclusive environment.
To encourage your budding bowlers and batters, enter our competition to win four tickets (worth £75) to the Women's Cricket World Cup final at Lord's Cricket Ground on 23 July 2017.
The winner will also get a cricket bat signed by the England cricket team, which is worth £200 – and every child that attends the final will receive a free bat and ball set.
All Stars Cricket starts in May 2017 and has over 1,500 centres across the country. The eight-week course is made up of hour-long sessions run by trained and accredited activators. Parents are welcome to join in too, and it's the perfect time to brush up on your sticky wicket skills.
All children who take part will receive a personalised pack, which includes a cricket bat, backpack, water bottle, cap and shirt, so they'll be well on their way to becoming a little Lydia Greenway or Andrew Flintoff.
Find your nearest centre and register online at All Stars Cricket.
WIN! Four tickets to the Women's Cricket World Cup final at Lords Cricket Ground on 23 July 2017, and a cricket bat signed by the England cricket team, worth £200.
To be in with a chance at winning, answer the question below.
- Tickets are 2x adults and 2x children (under 16).
- The prize does not include any other expenses.
- The tickets cannot be exchanged for cash.
- The prize is given by the England & Wales Cricket Board, this is not in conjunction with the International Cricket Council, Marylebone Cricket Club or Middlesex Cricket.
- Enquires must be sent to Joe Steel, ECB Marketing Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 09/06/17