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To celebrate the home entertainment release of blockbuster hit ‘Early Man’, we’re giving you the chance to take home a copy of your own, valued at $39.95.

An asteroid collides with the prehistoric Earth, causing the extinction of the planet’s dinosaurs, but sparing a tribe of cavemen living in a small village. Discovering a roughly spherical chunk of the asteroid, the cavemen begin to kick it around, inventing the game of football.

The hilarious stop motion flick is voiced by an all-star cast including Eddie Redmayne (‘Fantastic Beasts and where to find them’, ‘The Danish Girl’) as a young caveman named Dug, Tom Hiddleston (‘The Avengers’, ‘Thor’) as Lord Nooth, Maisie Williams (‘Game of Thrones’, ‘iBoy’) as Goona and Timothy Spall (‘Mr. Turner’, ‘Denial’) as Village Chief Bobnar.

This movie will perfect for family movie night – so enter now to stand a chance to WIN!

 

 

 

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Please note this competition is open from 28 June 2018 until 18 July 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. Taylor - VIC
  2. R. McMurray - QLD
  3. C. Tregea - NSW
  4. M. Birse - SA
  5. M. Gillies - SA
  6. E. McGill - WA
  7. K. Wassermann - SA
  8. A. Giffard - VIC
  9. M. Wanner - QLD
  10. H. Jones - QLD
  11. K. Cimen - NSW
  12. A. Parker - WA
  13. J. Jusseit - VIC
  14. K. Mcbeath - VIC
  15. C. Black - VIC
  • Tennis throwing a rock & trying to hit it with a club


  • Parkour was invented in cave man times out of pure desperation to get away from an angry mammoth!


  • Tennis probably involved a few sticks and a bear hide attached to it as the net. The ball was a coconut which rewarded with a refreshing drink when it broke.


  • I like esports so A caveman was hitting a rock against a wall and another caveman decided to do it faster- before long there was a crowd cheering them on and betting which one could go faster and esports were born!


  • Football was Invented when two hungry families battled against each other in the fight over a coconut


  • Cricket, invented in caveman times by a child with a lump of wood and a small rock


  • I would say my favourite sport was invented as a matter of survival in Caveman times, they were probably fishing and fell in the ocean, so they learnt to swim.


  • Canoeing… Logs float and a couple of tree branches would propel you along faster…


  • Hard to believe but Cavemen invented tennis as a way to cool down hot chunks of meat. One caveman would throw it to the next and so one. Tired of burning their hands, they started using sticks and hitting it to each other. You can see how it would evolve …


  • Golf was invented by a solidudinarian caveman who hit a fossilized rock into an asteroid crater using a whalebone. As the missing link between man and ape, he named the area to play golf – the links. The elusive evolutionary claim is that golf is a club-and-ball sport.


  • Caveman, up a tree hiding from a hippopotamus
    Hippopotamus growing bored, realised it was nicer back in the water, trundled off. Caveman discovered the difficulty in climbing down. Decided to remove his shawl, swing it above his head and jump.
    Thus was the invention of the sport of skydiving.


  • Tennis was created when giant spiders were around and crept up on sleeping cavemen. In the alarm, they were batted around the room until off court!


  • Skateboarding
    In order to survive caveman found a way to slide down dinosaurs backs and off their tails. Finding it fun they eventually built boards known as “escapeboards”. They are now known as “skateboards”.


  • The humble ball was made with the sinews of animals, tightly wound around and around to make a ball. Covered in animal hide for endurance. But before that just everyday things like apples and oranges also used as balls for playing catch!


  • The Javelin! An early way to learn accuracy and pierce some dinner for the family!!


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