Would your son or daughter (or a child you know) like a chance to be on the field with the Australian cricket team while the national anthem plays at the next cricket test in Sydney?
Would they like to stand proudly on the world famous Sydney Cricket Ground with their heroes in only four sleeps?
Then we’re about to hit you for a six.
As part of the Milo Valuable Player (MVP) campaign, the Milo team is giving 8 kids the chance to stand with the team and participate in the Anthem Ceremony at the Australia vs India Commonwealth Bank Test on Tuesday 6 January at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Kids will also receive a medallion to remember the experience.
Milo MVP ambassadors: Australian players Michael Clarke, Holly Ferling and James Faulkner
This unforgettable experience is open to kids aged 5-12. The prize also includes a family pass for 4 to the game.
TO WIN: All you have to do to be in the running to win one of the 8 Anthem Ceremony spots for your child, is to email ([email protected]) with your full name, full name of the child eligible to participate, phone number and address. Please put ‘Mamamia MILO Anthem Ceremony giveaway’ in the subject line of your email.
Entries close Sunday 4 January 2015 at 11.59PM AEDST.
If you’re a winner, a confirmation of your spot will be emailed to you from 9:00am Monday 5 January 2015 AEDST.
(Please note that the prize is a spot in the Anthem Ceremony, medallion and family pass for 4 – it does not include travel to Sydney or to the venue, accommodation or expenses).
While you’re entering this give away, you might want also nominate your child or a child you know as a Milo Valuable Player (MVP) – a national search for children aged 5 to 12 who display the values of good sportsmanship and fair play, both on and off the sports field. You can nominate your child or a child you know at milo.com.au/mvp for a chance to win loads of amazing cricket themed prizes.
Hear more about the Milo Valuable Player program from people who know and love it best – Michael Clark, Holly Ferling and James Falkner: