10 lucky winners will receive registration for their child into their junior cricket participation program.

To celebrate National Play Cricket Registration Drive, Cricket Australia is giving away 10 junior cricket participation program registrations (5 x MILO T20 Blast registrations, 5 x MILO in2CRICKET), to encourage more girls and boys to get out and play Australia’s favourite sport.

With summer just around the corner, now is the time to sign up your kids to play cricket this season.

With a range of junior participation programs, including MILO in2CRICKET and MILO T20 Blast, as well as junior club cricket competitions, there are plenty of ways to get involved in this great sport.

Now it is even easier with the new PlayCricket website, offering plenty of information about your nearest cricket clubs and programs and making registration simple.

Please note this competition is open from 3rd August 2015 until 31st August 2015 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via Facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. M. Anstey - WA
  2. M. Gunn - TAS
  3. K. Melksham - QLD
  4. K. Kyne - QLD
  5. D. Lee - NSW
  6. T. Sternbeck - NSW
  7. A. Moir - VIC
  8. C. Bramham - WA
  9. N. Green - NSW
  10. F. Naqvi - NSW

  • Because his Dad loves it. Time with Daddy is great for him…….but even better for me – I’d love 5 mins to myself!



  • Jiyan loves cricket like his dad,but need coaching. He loves to watch matches on TV and asked many questions regarding cricket so I think he is very much interested.



  • To get them outdoors off the Xbox away from the TV. To learn such am Australian traditional game. Exercise co ordination and just fun is to be learnt and had. I remeber cricket games in my own yard as a child( unfortunately ours it to small) and it taught us to work together. I really think they could benefit highly from this experience



  • I have been told that my 8yo son is quite good at cricket, I’d like for him to expand his skills and have fun at the same time!



  • To keep my girls active and know cricket is not only a boy sports but for girls too. They have never played cricket.



  • Anything to get him off the ipad and back outdoors learning key coordination skills! Please!



  • For my Mr 8, to build his hand eye co-ordination, as well as playing a sport where he will have some fun.



  • Its a great sport and great way for kids to keep active and make friends while being apart of a team they learn and develop new skills and cricket is a great sport all round fantastic for both boys and girls and all kids and adults have a great time



  • They love cricket but I know nothing about it so they could really use some lessons ;-)



  • To keep them fit and active and learn group socialisation.



  • I grew up on the driveway trying to get my older brother to snick one. Classic childhood and I want my sons to enjoy the same !!



  • Fun, exercise, learn to play in a team and learn new skills, meet new kids and make new friends! Keep active most of all!



  • it gets them outside and socialising



  • My son loves all sports! There isnt enough spare time in the week for him to get his fill of sports and activities (or room in our budget!) He would love to have a go :)



  • Cricket is a great sport for kids to learn and grow and become happy and healthy individuals.


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