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Flicx Home Cricket Academy - Win Now!

The International Cricket Council (ICC), together with Flicx Cricket pitches are looking for those stories where Cricket has made a difference, to those around you, to your communities and to your families.

Fill in the online form, send your photographs and you stand in line to win prizes of 40 Flicx Match Pitches and Carry Cradles. The top prize is a Flicx Starter Pack (includes Skills/Coaching Pitch, Portable Cricket Nets, Flicx "Brell Bowler" Bowling Machine and 50 balls, Flicx Carry Cradle, Flicx Springback Stumps) - valued at over US$85,000.

There are two categories under which you can enter:

Category A: Development Cricket

Tell us where you have developed cricket where it was never played before. This could be from the rugby fields of your school to the snow in Switzerland; from the prison grounds of Robben Island to the “ Field of Dreams” or the dusty outback blocks of Australia.

Its your story….. We would love to hear about it.

Category B: Community Cricket

Where have you developed cricket in your school, club or community? How has it made a difference by bringing people together? Has your cricket club become the place for youth to be because of cricket, instead of turning to drugs or alcohol? Has cricket changed racial and social attitudes within your community? Tell us about them!

Competition Entry:

Send us photographs and stories from now till the end of 2002 and you will stand in line to win prizes of 40 Flicx Match Pitches and Carry Cradles, or the top prize of the Flicx Starter Pack.

ICC Regional Managers will be announcing the quarterly winners of Flicx Pitches, Top Cricket Magazine subscriptions and many more prizes. The results and the stories will be published on the ICC and Flicx Websites, Spreading the Field and other top cricketing publications.

The competition is open to anyone over the age of twenty-one, anywhere in the world.

Enter the Competition

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