Tuesday 23 June - Last Batter Stands Welcome to Day 2 of Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week. We hope you enjoyed the first two activities! We have two more exciting cricket activities for children to try in school and at home. Send us your best pictures and videos on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using #NationalCricketWeek and you could win some great prizes! Click the link below to find our fun batting challenge and a Lliteracy themed learn activity: PLAY - Last Batter Stands LEARN - Junior Journalist PLAY - Last Batter Stands This is a simple batting game which focuses on batting skills and can be set up at home with very little equipment. The aim of Last Batter Stands is to last as many balls as possible before losing your wicket. Think Jack Leach at Headingley, Monty Panesar and James Anderson in Cardiff in the 2009 Ashes or Bell, Prior and Graham Onions mammoth efforts in Cape Town in 2010. We've got another England great in Ashes-winning skipper Michael Vaughan to show you how to take on this challenge that will test your concentration and resilience. Download the session plan Learn - Junior Journalist The Cricket World Cup Final 2019 was one of the most exciting games of cricket ever played. The match at Lord’s was a thriller that ended in Eoin Morgan’s England side winning their first ever World Cup trophy. Today’s literacy lesson is to write a newspaper report of the game, imagining it is the morning after the final. Check out the session plan for adaptations for KS1, KS2 and KS3. We've also got some top tips from our friends who write for some of the biggest websites and newspapers in the country! Download the session plan Go back to the National Cricket Week Homepage.