All Stars Cricket is a national programme that provides a fantastic first experience for all children aged 5-8 years old to play cricket in a fun, inclusive and safe way! Over 134,000 children have taken part throughout the Country at over 2,200 Cricket Clubs and Community Centres.
Children that take part are guaranteed 8 weeks of jam-packed fun, activity and skills development. The programme is designed to introduce children to the sport, teaching them new skills, helping them make new friends and have a great time doing so.
Every child that registers will receive a backpack full of goodies. Your child’s pack will include:
All children returning to All Stars again, will receive a new bat, ball, personalised t-shirt and a set of stumps.
In Derbyshire, children also receive special ticket offers to watch Derbyshire County Cricket Club during the summer!
In 2019 nearly 1800 children aged 5-8 enjoyed 8 weeks of fun at 63 centres. 27% of our participants were girls, which was the highest percentage across the Country.
We had over 200 volunteers delivering All Stars each week, providing children with a brilliant first experience of cricket and also running the bar, bbq and other activities that add to the wider experience.
All Stars has proved a valuable way of involving new parents in cricket by encouraging them to get involved in the sessions and around the Club.
30 lucky All Stars won tickets to watch Pakistan vs West Indies for free at Trent Bridge in the Cricket World Cup while a further 500 children either took part in Guard of Honours at the Pattonair County Ground or took advantage of discounted junior membership. We also had 100 children who had the opportunity for autographs and photos from the Australian Cricket team and Loughborough Lightning Kia Super League team during the season.
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