PCA England Masters Game

PCA England Masters Game

The competition

As a Cricket World Cup Club, we’re offering you the chance to enter a competition to win a PCA England Masters game for your club on the 9th June 2019. This competition is free to enter, with entries closing on the 1st March 2019.


In the past, clubs running these matches have made an average of £15,000, so this could be a huge opportunity for your club to engage with the local community and bring a day of excitement to your members and players.

 

What is a PCA England Masters game? 

The PCA England Masters is a representative team made up of former England cricketers, who showcase their talents every year by travelling up and down the country playing matches against local club sides.

If you win this competition, your club will get the opportunity to play this squad on the 9th June 2019 – do you have what it takes to come out victorious?

 

What will the day consist of?

The prize includes a full day of activity, including clinics and coaching for kids, with a match against the PCA England Masters squad as the highlight. For more information about what to expect if you win this prize, click here to read the full PCA England Masters brochure.

 

What do I need to do?

Your club could host a PCA England Masters game for a number of reasons:

  • Fundraising for a cause close to your club
  • Marking a special occasion
  • Give your players the opportunity to pit their wits against some of the game’s greatest

However – it is entirely up to you. Your club must, however, be able to host the game on June 9th 2019.

All you need to do is complete the application form below and tell us why your club deserves this opportunity. Entries close on the 1st March.

 

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Terms and Conditions

The PCA England Masters Competitions is subject to our terms and conditions. Please click here to read through the full terms and conditions. 

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