Family Passes to One Day International Matches to be Won!


Family Passes to One Day International Matches to be Won!

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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.


The One Day International match dates and locations are:

Melbourne – January 16, 2015, Australia v India

Sydney – 18 January 2015, Australia v England

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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  • Marcella Hogan

    My son loves playing cricket in the backyard and watching it on tv with his Dadcu ( grandfather). This would be an awesome bonding experience for both of them to go see it live.

  • jo lam

    My son would be rapt to go to a ODI as he has never experienced anything like that (to be honest none of our family have) You would be giving him an opportunity we could probably not be able to give him 🙂

  • Jocelyn R

    A day at the cricket is something we can all enjoy as a family. We really try and make the most of all our family outings, so we would be psyched to go to the ODI!

  • Jackie M

    Our son got his first cricket set for Christmas so he’s learning about the game and we have been subjecting them(4 and 6 year olds) to so much cricket on tv just lately with test and big bash matches etc that it would be really good for them to see a live game! Us too 😉

  • Kirsten

    My son has gone cricket mad! He got a David Warner
    Kaboom! Cricket set from Santa and pretty much wears all the gear24/7. I’ve faced a few of his fast bowls and they are terrifying!