Tickets still remaining for Women's International T20 Tri-Series Fixtures at Bristol County GroundPosted on: 16 May 2018
Gloucester County Cricket Club is all set to host two major fixtures in this year's Women's International T20 Tri-Series competition, with England, South Africa and New Zealand all competing on Thursday 28th June 2018.
Amid a blockbuster summer of fixtures at The County Ground this year that also includes Men's International T20 and Vitality Blast matchups, Bristol cricket fans can also expect a day full of Women's action as England, South Africa and New Zealand all play in June. Two matches will take place on the same day, with South Africa vs. New Zealand getting underway at 1pm, followed by England vs. New Zealand at 5.40pm.
Tickets for the event are still available, priced at £10 online for adults and just £1 for under-16's, with on-the-door prices set to be slightly higher.
England's Women boast a strong side at the moment, having won the World Cup in 2017 with a squad full of players who have won an array of individual accolades, including a BBC Sports Personality of the Year nomination for Anya Shrubsole and Wisden Cricketer of the Year awards for Shrubsole, Heather Knight and Nat Sciver.
Visitors can also enjoy the International Tri-Series cricket in style and comfort by opting for a spot in The Grace Room, a modern and spacious facility with impressive views of the whole County Ground. Tickets for The Grace Room cost just £45 per person plus VAT.
Tickets for England vs. New Zealand preceded by South Africa vs. New Zealand are available now and can be found here. For more information or to check out some other fixtures scheduled at the Bristol County Ground this summer, visit Gloucestershire Cricket's website or contact them directly via Facebook.
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