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Family Passes to One Day International Matches to be Won!

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Family Passes to One Day International Matches to be won!

MILO® Valuable Players (MVP) is a national search for kids aged 5 to 12 who display the values of good sportsmanship and fair play, both on and off the sports field, giving parents a chance to truly celebrate, reward and share their kid’s everyday achievements on a national scale.

Is your child a MILO Valuable Player? MVP calls on parents to nominate their child between 8 December 2014 and 1 February 2015, for the opportunity to win an exciting range of cricket-themed prizes, plus see their child’s face on the MVP Wall of Fame and share their unique MVP Player Card online with their family and friends, and print it to display proudly at home. You can head to to nominate your child today and also go in with an opportunity to win even more great cricket prizes! Click here for further information on the program and to enter.

The Giveaway 

To celebrate the MVP program, the MILO team are excited to giveaway one (1) family grandstand pass (4 tickets per family pass) to each One Day International matches which will be held in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Hobart and Perth. To enter, simply tell us why your child would love to attend an ODI match with the family.

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The One Day International match dates and locations are:

Sydney – 16 January 2015, Australia v England

Melbourne – January 18, 2015, Australia v India

Brisbane – 20 January 2015, England v India

Hobart – 23 January 2015, Australia v England

Perth – 1 February 2015, Final

The competition is open to parents/guardians with a child aged between 5-12yo. Entrants must be over 18yo. Prizes are non-transferable.

Winning entries will be contacted via phone and/or email.

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Jolene enjoys writing, sharing and connecting with other like-minded women online – it also gives her the perfect excuse to ignore Mount-Washmore until it threatens to bury her family in an avalanche of Skylander T-shirts and Frozen Pyjama pants. (No one ever knows where the matching top is!) Likes: Reading, cooking, sketching, dancing (preferably with a Sav Blanc in one hand), social media, and sitting down on a toilet seat that one of her children hasn’t dripped, splashed or sprayed on. Dislikes: Writing pretentious crap about herself in online bio’s and refereeing arguments amongst her offspring.


  1. My son has just started playing cricket and thoroughly enjoys it. He would love the opportunity to watch an international game live I stead of just on TV.

  2. I have a 7-year old who’d be BOWLED over to go. He’s never seen a game of cricket live, and I think in the long RUN it would knock him for SIX!

  3. my kids adore cricket as do my partner they would all go ballistic if we won, I would be the worlds best mum and partner!!

  4. We love cricket in our family,
    We watch it on TV so intently.
    Would be awesome to see a game live,
    Our kids would love to give the players a high five!

  5. Our whole family loves cricket but have never yet been to a live match. What an experience this would be and what a surprise for my family if I suddenly presented them with a ticket for us to go, lol.

  6. What a blessing it would be to take the family out for an International Experience and to have their five minutes of fame live on the ground! They would seriously flip out, to say the least!

  7. We live near The Gabba and since master 7 was a toddler daddy has talked about us all going to see a ODI match together – mummy sort it.

  8. Master 9 has started playing junior cricket this year for the first time. He even convinced his dad to be the coach as well, he loves it, he breathes it, he dreams about it and is constantly playing it. He loves Mitchell Johnson and wants to be just like him. We go shopping and he walks the aisles practising his bowling to keep his arm straight. Our family of four absolutely love the sport of cricket now, and have watched every game so far this year. Luv it

  9. My husband can watch a test on TV and NOT move the entire 5 days, he loves it! to pass this onto his sons would be amazing. Imagine 3 sloths on the lounge 🙂 On a serious note what an awesome bonding family experience.

  10. My husband sits in front of the TV watching a test for 5 days and doesn’t move! to pass his love and passion for this sport onto his sons would be amazing. Imagine 3 sloths on the lounge 🙂 On a serious note it would be an awesome bonding family experience.

  11. We live near The Gabba and since master 7 was a toddler daddy has talked about us all going to see a ODI match together – mummy sort it.

  12. My son is at an age where different sports are really starting to interest him and cricket is one of those. He makes his dad bowl to him over and over to practice hitting the ball. To take him to see it live would fascinate him.

  13. My 2 boys have just started playing cricket and live and breathe it at the moment! Neither have ever been to a cricket match at the MCG and are busting to go to one!

  14. My boy has just started cricket and never been to a game – love to take him there as a family to see the excitement in real life!

  15. Honestly, I would much rather go to a live cricket match with my family than have the husband sit in front of the TV ignoring us all! I think my kids would have a blast!

  16. They’ve never been to an ODI match before. Their Dad tells them how he went to the cricket with his Dad when he was young.

  17. She love watching the cricket with Daddy and at just 3yo she is already a pretty good bowler

  18. School holidays always ‘stump’ us for entertaining ideas, a day at the cricket would be both inspiring and different!

  19. Coming from the country, opportunities to watch world-class athletes in action are zero. The kids would be so excited.

  20. Cricket is quite the ‘catch’ in summer and my children would love to attend an ODI instead of having to ‘catch’ the game on TV.

  21. My son just discovered a love for cricket and hasn’t been to a match yet. Being an 8 year old boy with Asperger’s syndrome I think that the speed of a ODI would suit him much better than a test. Seeing a match live would blow him away!

  22. My son loves watching cricket with his Papu (Grandfather) but would love to see a match live with him. It would be awesome if he won as they could go together.

  23. This would be a great day out for our family, a first trip to a sporting event with kiddies.

  24. A family who has a blast together – stays together! A family glued to their cricket – makes a bonded family! We love cricket in our family

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