This weekend: catch the T20 quarter-finals in Bristol

This weekend: catch the T20 quarter-finals in Bristol

Posted on: 06 Sep 2019

Gloucestershire will take on Derbyshire this weekend in the quarter finals of the Vitality Blast T20 Cricket tournament. Let's hope that it's Glos going through instead of those chaps from up north!



See the match on tomorrow, Saturday 7 September at the Bristol County Ground. Gloucestershire v Derbyshire T20 | 7 September 2019This could be third time lucky for Gloucestershire who reached the T20 quarter-finals stage in both 2016 and 2018 only to fall short versus Durham and Worcestershire respectively.


It's also Australian international Andrew Tye's last game for the club as he has commitments with Western Australia the following week. 


365Bristol caught up with Tye during practice on Friday afternoon: he's certainly looking to leave his mark this season.


"It's great to be part of a team where we can rely on any of the players to stand up and put a shift in. Derbyshire's coach Dominic Cork will no doubt bring a lot of experience, but we'll be looking to nullify their top two as quickly as possible and restrict the runs in the power play."


The weather is going to be fantastic and perhaps for the last time this year with 19 degrees predicted for the day.


Gates open at 17:00 with the match kicking off at 19:00 - it will finish by 22:15.


Over 6,000 tickets have already been sold, so get yours now. For the best ticket prices purchase online before 18:00 on Friday. Get them here.


Tickets prices are as follows: Adults £20, Under 18s £3, Groups of 10+ Adults £18 each.


Essex and Notts have already qualified for the finals day. The remaining quarter finals to be played are:


Sussex v Worcestershire (Friday 6th September)

Gloucestershire v Derbyshire (Saturday 7th September)


Gloucestershire Cricket Club play at The Bristol County Ground, Nevil Road, BS7 9EJ. 


Did you know? Gloucestershire's other Aussie Michael Klinger is now second on the all time T20 centuries list with 8, trailing Chris Gayle from West Indies with 21 !

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