The Lancaster Guardian is giving one lucky young reader the chance to win a place on an Andrew Flintoff Cricket Academy course.
The Lancashire and England great’s coaching school will be coming to Lancaster Royal Grammar School in August with one free spot up for grabs.
Flintoff has returned to Red Rose colours this season to play in the Natwest T20 Blast having last played professional cricket in England’s glorious 2009 Ashes triumph.
The LRGS course runs from August 18 to 22 with children of all abilities aged five to 16 able to take part.
The curriculum has been developed by Flintoff with each morning featuring batting, bowling and fielding techniques with afternoons based on game awareness and net sessions.
There will also be a visit from an international cricketer, who will share their experiences, sign autographs and answer questions.
Full week attendees receive a free academy shirt, goodies and written feedback from qualified coaches. Daily hours are 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Prices for the week start from £190 but you could get top training for free by answering our simple question below.
In which year did Freddie last play for England? a) 2005 b) 2007 c) 2009
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Competition closes on Sunday, June 22.
The winner will be announced in the June 26 edition of the Lancaster Guardian.
The prize is for a spot on the day camp but there is also a residential available from August 17 to 22.
For more information on the Andrew Flintoff Cricket Academy call Activate Sport on 01785 711572 or visit www.activatesport.co.uk.