The charity – which uses cricket to promote HIV/AIDS awareness and bring smiles to the faces of 1000s of children each year - is looking for enthusiastic people to go on projects to five African countries in 2016.

Trips are typically two weeks long and include coaching in schools, training local teachers and running cricket festivals.

No cricketing experience is required as full training is provided before you go.

WARRIORS, a documentary that follows the progress of a cricket team of Maasai warriors, hosted its gala premiere last Monday evening at a star-studded event at the Soho Curzon Cinema, Shaftesbury Avenue.

To celebrate Cricket Without Boundaries 10th Year Anniversary, we have teamed up with Gloucestershire Cricket Club, to host a volunteers reunion day at the County Ground, Bristol on Sunday 2nd August meeting from 10am at the ground. For £10 per ticket you can catch up with fellow volunteers and watch Gloucestershire take on local rivals Somerset in a 50 over match.

Saturday sees Ashes Legend Matthew Hoggard take on the third of his four swims for CWB at Salford Quays Manchester. Having established a new PB in his second swim by shaving a massive 2 minutes of it Hoggy is raring to go.

England 2005 Ashes hero Matthew Hoggard is swapping his whites for a wetsuit to raise money for Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) as part of its 10th Anniversary, and we want you to get involved to help celebrate this landmark year for the Charity.

CWB has appointed its first ever Ambassadors in Uganda and Cameroon.

Isaneez Emmanuel (Uganda) and Winston Mukum (Cameroon) - who are both full internationals - will become the charity’s first paid local coaches in their respective countries.

Gary Shankland has become Cricket Without Boundaries’ new Kenya county manager.

A veteran of three projects, he takes over from Tracey Davis who held the role from October 2011.

Gary, who was already the charity’s HIV lead in Kenya, will be responsible for planning future projects, supporting CWB’s Ambassadors and working with our partners to develop our work there.

Cricket Without Boundaries has embarked on a pioneering new project to use cricket to help end FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) in Kenya.

Working alongside local team the Maasai Cricket Warriors (MCW), volunteers from CWB and FGM charity 28 Too Many used the game to promote gender equality in the rural region of Laikipia.

Combining anti-FGM messages with cricket, the group coached 1750 schoolchildren and trained 24 teachers, health workers and doctors as coaches during a week-long visit.

As part of Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) 10th Anniversary we have joined forces with the fantastic All Out Cricket (AOC) magazine.

The self-proclaimed, ‘World’s Best Cricket Magazine” is helping CWB celebrate its achievements of the last decade in regular features throughout the year.

Trustee Ed Williams is running the London Marathon in order to fund four new CWB coaching ambassadors – including one who is very close to his heart.

Eva Kawira an 18-year-old nursing student from Thika, Kenya. She is bright, bubbly and has the world at her feet.

But 10 years ago her grip on life was fragile and fading as she appeared to be in the final stages of her fight against AIDS.