All Stars Cricket at North Oxfordshire Clubs

Three Cricket Clubs in North Oxfordshire have signed up to deliver the All Stars Cricket Programme for 8 weeks this summer. The new initiative from the England and Wales Cricket Board is aimed at providing children aged five to eight with a great first experience of cricket.

All Stars Cricket is a fun and active way to develop children’s skills, and through lively, fun games they will learn about cricket and develop a basic understanding of taking part in all sports. In a safe and inclusive environment, trained cricket activators will teach children how to:

  • Catch and throw a ball
  • Hit a moving ball
  • Bowl with a straight arm
  • Play a basic game of cricket
  • Work and communicate as a team
  • Have lots of fun with new friends

Each registered child will receive a pack of cricket goodies including a cricket bat, ball, backpack, water bottle, personalised shirt and cap to keep so that they can continue their love of cricket when they go home.

The All Stars Cricket Programme is running at Cropredy Cricket Club (starting Friday 19th May, 6:30pm), Horley Cricket Club (Tuesday 23rd May, 5:30pm) and Bicester & North Oxon Cricket Club (Wednesday 24th May, 6:00pm)

Registration is now open for the programme at


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