The McGrath Foundation has launched Australia’s first online cricket tournament, the McGrath Foundation Digital Cup, a ground-breaking, online cricket game that can be played on smartphones, desktops and tablets.

Aussies across the country will have the opportunity to take on their mates and cricket greats, like Glenn McGrath, Michael Bevan, Darren Lehmann and Adam Hollioake amongst others, for the chance to beat them at their own game and win great prizes, including exclusive tickets to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, LED TVs, travel and fuel vouchers.

Everyone taking part in the McGrath Foundation Digital Cup is given a chance to bat, bowl and field their way to victory by signing up as either a ‘Coach’ or a ‘Player’. Coaches are required to stump up a $30 donation to the McGrath Foundation and then invite their mates by email or Facebook to create a team of 11 players. The selected teammates simply donate $10 to play.

All funds raised will go towards placing McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities right across Australia. In 2015 the McGrath Foundation has an ambitious target of increasing the number of McGrath Breast Care Nurses to 110 to support 10,000 families through breast cancer.

To sign up, visit mfdigitalcup.com.au by 13 February for unlimited pre-match practice before the tournament runs from 14 February until 28 February.