All Stars Cricket registration now open

Friday 6th April 2018

All Stars Cricket registration now open

All Stars Cricket, the programme to inspire the next generation of five to eight year-olds, is back with clubs throughout Kent and South East London taking part this summer.

More than 1,000 children enjoyed the ground-breaking first year of All Stars Cricket in the county and 2018 looks set to be even bigger and better with more players expected to sign up with six weeks remaining until the programme begins in mid-May.

All Stars Cricket is all about ensuring that kids and their families have a great first experience of the game down at their local club.

Parents can register their children now via to ensure they have a summer full of great moments.

Eligible participants can claim a free Junior Membership of Kent Cricket to see the Spitfires in the Vitality Blast and World Cup-winning England Women at The Spitfire Ground.

The 2018 programme was launched by current and former stars including England white-ball Captain Eoin Morgan, World Cup winning wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor and former England internationals Isa Guha and Michael Vaughan.

The players also faced a press conference with a difference as the kids quizzed their heroes in an event hosted by BBC CBeebies presenter and All Stars Ambassador Ben Cajee.

Matt Dwyer, ECB Director of Participation and Growth said: “The fact that 20,000 parents have already signed up their kids for All Stars Cricket is incredibly encouraging.

“We are introducing a new generation of cricketers to the game and that starts with a great first experience at their local club. We will follow that up by introducing formats and ways to play to ensure that young people are having a quality, fun game every time they play.”

Eoin Morgan added: “The first time you experience the game is a moment you will never forget. Tens of thousands of kids have that to look forward to and I can’t wait to see hundreds of them at England games over the summer.”