Looking for inspirational cricket stories from ICC – EAP members – WIN A FLICX BATTING END!

The International Cricket Council- East Asia Pacific is delighted to be partnering with Flicx to offer one lucky winner a brand new Flicx Batting End to support an emerging cricketing community.

To enter the competition we are looking for stories illustrated by an image showing, How cricket has made a difference to your life and to your community? Anyone whether they be an individual or club can enter from any ICC East-Asia Pacific member country, if you have been inspired to play the game whatever your circumstance – we want to hear about it!

ICC EAP Competition

ICC EAP Competition

After the closing date on the 6th November, the finalists will be posted online on the Flicx Blog and the winner will be the image and story with the most shares and likes which also serves to promote cricket to all corners of the East Asia Pacific region.

Speaking about the competition Kieran McMillan, Regional Development Manager of ICC East-Asia Pacific commented, “Cricket has the potential to captivate and inspire people of every age, gender, background while building bridges between continents, countries and communities. We would encourage all our member clubs to enter this great new competition and are grateful to Flicx for providing a prize that will improve the facilities of our winner’s club giving more people access to the game,” said McMillan.

On behalf of Crazy Catch Richard Beghin added, “Flicx Pitches have provided new playing surfaces for youngsters around the world for the last 12 years having originally been designed and developed in South Africa, for youngsters in Townships. Flicx and ICC have worked closely over the years to help develop cricket and this competition will be a great way for clubs around the world where cricket is not so easily accessible, to improve their facilities and demonstrate the power of the sport. By entering the competition it’s also a great opportunity to raise the profile of your club locally using the power of social media,” said Beghin.

Competition Format

Entries are now being sought from ANY individuals or clubs based in the ICC East-Asia Pacific Region. To enter simply describe ‘How cricket has made a difference to your life and to your community?’ Maybe you were inspired, taken the game to an area where it hasn’t been played before, have overcome barriers or helped others to improve their cricket or know someone who does???

Please write and submit in no more than 250 words your entry with an accompanying photo to kate@flicx.com before the deadline of 6th November 2013. Finalists will then have until the 29th November 2013 to place your vote and the winner of the Flicx Batting end will be the submission with the most likes and shares.

There will also be runners up prizes for second and third place.  Don’t miss out on this fantastic chance to win a brand new Flicx Batting End for your community- write your entry today and send to kate@flicx.com

  • Entries limited to ICC East-Asia Pacific Member Countries.
  • Each entry must come from a club or individual association to a Member Cricket Federation
  • Each entrant should adhere to the ‘spirit of cricket’
  • Each submission must be received no later than midnight (GMT) on  6th November
  • Voting online will end on the 29th November 2013
  • The winners will be announced by 6th December 2013
  •  ICC East-Asia Pacific and Flicx UK have the right to use the pictures and stories submitted in their own media unless otherwise stated.

For more information on buying a Flicx Pitch please call Paul Gilchrist, Director of Flicx Australasia on 0419 539 980 or email paul@flicx.com – www.flicxaustralasia.com.au

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