England’s ICC Men’s World Cup winning heroes are encouraging children aged five to eight to follow in their footsteps and experience playing cricket for the first time.

To celebrate England’s historic victory, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is offering 10,000 free taster sessions of the All Stars Cricket programme that provides children with a memorable first experience in cricket.

The ‘Have-a-Go’ taster sessions will be hosted free of charge, first come first served, at over 150 clubs and venues including in Yorkshire over the course of six weeks. To find your nearest session, enter your postcode at the following link: https://ecb.clubspark.uk/haveago.

ICC Men’s World Cup winner and local hero Jonny Bairstow wants to help unearth the next generation of cricket talent in Yorkshire by driving youngsters to attend an All Stars Cricket ‘Have-a-Go’ session.

Jonny Bairstow, said: “Winning the World Cup was so special and it’s only now just sinking in. Seeing first-hand the support from young children at The KIA Oval the following day made us realise the potential impact our win could have on inspiring future generations to pick up a bat and ball.

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