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1st March 2019 Recreational

All Stars Cricket returns for 2019

England Cricket Board’s entry level programme All Stars Cricket will be running in Durham for a third consecutive year and registrations for 2019 are now open.

The eight-week programme aimed at boys and girls aged five to eight will be delivered in 65 cricket clubs across the county, starting from May.

All Stars Cricket engaged nearly 59,000 boys and girls last year nationally, with almost 3,500 children taking part in Durham.

The activity-packed programme helps children develop nine out of ten fundamental movement skills, while inspiring them to a lifelong love for sport and cricket.

Every child that registers will receive their own backpack, bat, ball, activity book, personalised shirt and cap all sent straight to their door.

Returning participants can get a new kit to progress their development as an All Star including stumps, new backpack, cricket bat, ball, new personalised shirt and an activity book.

In Durham, All Stars participants will also receive a Durham Cricket sticker book and a free junior season membership.

Durham Cricket are also offering two discounted Vitality Blast memberships for parents, £70 down to £20 each, with every All Stars Cricket registration.

Durham’s sticker book saw a great success last year, with the initiative being accountable for over half of Durham Cricket junior memberships and Vitality Blast season ticket sales in 2018.

The sticker book is Durham’s own initiative – a partnership between Durham Cricket and Durham County Cricket Board – and is available to children signed up to All Stars Cricket in Durham, Northumberland and Cumbria.

The sticker book is aiming to inspire kids to not only play the game, but to give them more opportunities to watch cricket too.

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