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If you want your 5 to 8 year olds, whether they’re a boy or a girl, to have a fun summer of cricketing action, where they’ll make new friends, learn new skills and get really active, then you’ll be delighted to hear that All Stars Cricket is back for its second year, and it promises to be even bigger and better than last year.

No matter where you live in Middlesex, there is guaranteed to be an All Stars Cricket centre near you! With over 80 centres already signed up to deliver programmes this year, we can’t wait to welcome record numbers of children to the game this summer and allow them to take their first steps towards playing the game.

The All Stars Cricket coaching programme is run over eight weeks in the summer from May onwards, and all you need to do to register your child is click HERE.

They’ll get their very own participants pack, delivered right to their door, which will contain an All Stars Cricket backpack, t-shirt, bat, ball, hat and activity pack, giving them all the tools they’ll need to follow in the footsteps of Middlesex’s Steven Finn, Dawid Malan or Fran Wilson.

Last year All Stars Cricket was launched by the ECB, as a national entry level programme which aimed to get more children aged between 5 and 8 involved in the game of cricket.

The programme, run out of All Stars Cricket centres around the country, proved a huge success, with over 70,000 children taking part – of which over 70% had never played the game before.

Make sure your child signs up to a summer of fun at your nearest All Stars Cricket centre now.

Parents and guardians can book their child’s place at a local centre via a centralised booking system on the Middlesex website, by simply clicking HERE.

England star and World Cup winners Sarah Taylor dropped into Lord’s this week to give us her own thoughts on All Stars Cricket. So why not follow her lead and get your child involved in cricket now!

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