General News | 22nd December 2006
Twenty20 Cup tickets now on sale
The Outlaws just missed out on lifting the trophy last season in the most popular competition on the domestic cricket calendar but with the likes of David Hussey, Samit Patel and Ryan Sidebottom ready to fire again, there’s every chance we could go one better in 2007.
The run to Finals Day at Trent Bridge was in large part fuelled by enthusiastic support at all our home games and ticket officer manager Nigel Murray expects internet orders to be busy in the next few weeks.
He said: “We had more than 26,000 people come through the gates for our four group matches last season - as well as more than 12,000 for the quarter-final with Northants.
“Twenty20 cricket has proved a huge hit across the country. Notts supporters have been no different and we anticipate plenty of advance orders.”
The four home matches against Lancashire Lightning, Leicestershire Foxes, Derbyshire Phantoms and Yorkshire Phoenix are on June 23, 25, 27 and 29 respectively.
Advance tickets cost £11 for adults, £6 for juniors and senior citizens and £28 for a family of two adults and two children under-16.
Seats on the day cost £14 for adults, £7 for juniors and £35 for a family. At this stage, the start time for the clash with Lancashire on Saturday June 23 has not been confirmed, so tickets are not yet available for that match.
Also now available online are a number of returned tickets for the first day (Friday) of next season’s npower Test with India.
Seats can be bought in the William Clarke Stand, Parr Lower and Fox Road (which is alcohol and smoke free).
Click on the Shop tab to book your tickets now.