The Dynamos Cricket app, created by the England and Wales Cricket Board, is the perfect cricket application for all children aged 8+ to have fun at home.
Packed full of amazing features, it is designed both for kids who have never played cricket before, and those looking to build on what they already know.
The skills videos and interactive quizzes provide lots of ways for kids to get active – even with minimal space and equipment.
App features enable kids to:
- Create a personal profile
- Learn new batting, bowling and fielding skills through activities and videos, with three levels of difficulty per area
- Do fun quizzes to earn virtual runs
- Learn about the different teams from The Hundred and pick their favourite
The Dynamos Cricket app is free and there are no in-app purchases. The app is private and not an open network, so nobody can see or communicate with your child.
Dynamos Cricket is the ECB’s new programme to inspire all 8-11 year-old children to play cricket, learn new skills, make friends and fall in love with the game. It is designed both for kids graduating from the All Stars Cricket programme for 5-8-year olds, and those who are new to the sport and want to get involved. We are doing our utmost to find a safe way for Dynamos Cricket courses to run as soon as possible. For more information visit Dynamoscricket.co.uk
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The app makes no sense it asks you to pick a non-existent favourite team
Ok, the hundred isn’t happening this year, but the ECB are deluded enough to think there are fans of teams that don’t exist? Why not offer counties, which haven’t quite been killed off yet, and do actually exist and have played games and have a history and players, as favourite teams to choose? This is a difficult time but also it’s the ECB’s chance to admit they made an honest mistake and to start investing in the community based teams they are meant to represent. Start by dropping the apps forcing kids to choose junk-food sponsored fictional teams before using them.
This is a great app
You can get so many skills and quiz challenges on here. It is really fun! Also, there are no ads which makes it even better. It’s really good to keep up the cricket skills in lockdown.
No teams to choose from
Downloaded for my daughter, but when asked for her favourite team Durham isn’t on there for her to choose, and she couldn’t work out why. Only offers teams for the hundred, all of which have never played a game and the closest happens to be a hundred miles away. She wouldn’t press an answer so couldn’t get into the app and doesn’t seem bothered now.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.