Kwik Cricket is a simple game for all boys and girls from five years of age upwards.
It is currently played in 8,000 primary schools and over 4,500 of the 6,000 ECB affiliated clubs. It’s designed to provide children with an introduction to cricket and can be played either indoors or outdoors.
Kwik Cricket forms an integral part of the ECB’s strategic goal of increasing the levels of participation amongst children.
During Asda's sponsorship of Kwik Cricket from 2006 - 2013, the competition introduced over 750,000 participants into the game of cricket. Over the last six years there has been a 55 per cent increase in the girls competition alone.
This Kwik Cricket section shows you how the game is played with examples of different formats, and gives details of the Awards Scheme to test the children's skills as they develop -
The local partnership Kwik Cricket Festival's for schools are organised by Hertfordshire's School Games Organisers in partnership with Hertfordshire Cricket's Cricket Development Team and form part of the School Games.
The winners of the partnership rounds go through to the Hertfordshire County Finals: -
County Final - U11 Kwik Cricket
Friday 7th July 2017 at Venue (TBC), 11am - 5pm
County Final - U11 Girls Only Kwik Cricket
Wednesday 12th July or Thursday 13th July 2017 at Venue (TBC), 10am - 4pm
Please download the resource pack documents for clarification and guidance on the Kwik Cricket Festivals.