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My Cricket World Cup: Taking part
Young Indian cricket supporter
You can catch the action across eight Caribbean nations on the BBC
The Cricket World Cup is now into the Super 8s and the BBC is looking for cricket fans.

Do you have a webcam? Then you could appear live on BBC World TV during the tournament.

To take part, you will need to have a passionate opinion about cricket.

We also want to hear about the impact of the World Cup in your country.

Are you Irish and new to cricket or an old hand? Have you been following the West Indies all your life and reckon Taylor and Powell are the new Walsh and Ambrose?

Are the Australians really romping home to the title? Or are the South Africans still sleeping giants?

You will also need to have a PC, a webcam and a reliable broadband connection.

Email us now

England fans celebrate with Paul Collingwood
You can send your reaction to every game by email or webcam
Don't worry if your country isn't participating in the World Cup - we still want to hear your views on the events in the Carribean.

About the show

My Cricket World Cup will be broadcast live on BBC World TV throughout the tournament.

We will be on air at 1030 and 1645 (both GMT), Tuesdays and Fridays.

Each show will feature panels of people from all around the globe talking live on TV using webcams.

We will be discussing a wide range of issues - not just the cricket itself, but the impact of the national performances around the world.

If you are interested in taking part, please fill in the form below telling us which country you are from and how we can contact you.

And if you've got any photos of world cup preparations and celebrations in your country, you can e-mail them as jpgs to:

yourpics@bbc.co.uk

TAKE PART IN THE SHOW

Name
Your E-mail address
Town & Country
Phone number
About you (please include webcam details)

The BBC may edit your comments and not all emails will be published. Your comments may be published on any BBC media worldwide.





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