Information for teachers, parents and coaches

We want to make sure that kids have fun when playing Asda Kwik Cricket. Just as importantly, we want to make sure they’re in no danger when using this site. Please read the points below, to see how to help your kids use the site, and keep them safe.

  • Teams and groups can only be created by teachers or ECB-accredited coaches. They then run the group too.
  • They have absolute control over who joins any particular team or group.
  • They will only allow people they know to join the group, eg, team members, pupils, or parents of pupils.
  • They have the power to remove any member from the group at any time.
  • Only teachers and coaches can upload content to the team. Players and supporters can take pictures and write match reports, but these will need to be checked before being uploaded by the teacher or coach.
  • Only team members will be able to view content that is posted in the team’s area of the site.
  • Please read all the terms and conditions carefully before uploading any content to the Asda Kwik Cricket site. You’ll need to tick a box to confirm you’ve read and accepted them.
  • By ticking this box you’re giving your permission for the content to be used in the central News section of the site. But it doesn’t guarantee it will appear there.


Beyond Asda Kwik Cricket

If your kids have developed the cricket bug after Asda Kwik Cricket, there are plenty of other ways they can keep playing. Find out more on getting involved at www.cricketstix.com. And for details of your local cricket focus club visit www.playcricket.com.

And of course you and your young ‘uns will want to follow England as much as possible. So why not join the official fan community of England cricket at www.ecb.co.uk/twelfthman/?

Gloucestershire and Friends Provident t20

For tickets to follow Gloucestershire in their Friends Provident t20 competition this year click on the link to get your tickets! www.gloscricket.co.uk/cricket/t20

The Leicestershire and Rutland Cricket Board

Please check out the following link for all the info you need on cricket development in the area: http://www.lrcb-cricket.co.uk/schools/