Photo of the year competition

Dec 12 2012

Due to the amazing range of photos from the 2012 projects (such as the one above from North Uganda!), we are asking you to choose the Cricket Without Boundaries entry to the Cricket Photograph of the Year Competition!

Photography is a key part of all trips and many magical, heartbreaking or inspiring moments are captured in photos to be shared across the globe.

Whether it be some amazing images from orphanages in Rwanda, coaching on the Maasai or kids playing in previously war torn North Uganda, we are looking for your favourite snap of this year.

Clearly, the picture needs to be cricket related and from 2012 but we are looking for great pictures that tell a story or provoke emotions. To nominate your favourite photo, simply browse through the 2012 pictures on our flickr site, copy the photo link and then use one of the following methods to get the photo to us by Christmas Eve;

Twitter - @CWBafrica

Facebook – www.facebook/cwbafrica

Email – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
When sending the photo, please sum in a few words why you feel this photo should be entered.

We will then narrow the selection down to the three and then the winner will be voted for on our facebook page. The most likes gets put forward as Cricket Without Boundaries photo of the year, to be entered in to the Lords Cricket Photo of the Year! So...get browsing, there are some great photos out there!

You can find all of our pictures on our Flickr site here http://www.flickr.com/photos/cricketwithoutboundaries/sets/

About The Author

Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK registered charity (number 1154576) that uses cricket as a vehicle for delivering health and social messages in sub-Saharan Africa. It is run almost entirely by the dedication and enthusiasm of its volunteers.
Since its formation in 2005 CWB has become one of the world's leading Cricket Development charities. It is dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the world through the spread and growth of cricket.