General News | 29th June 2004

Fans flocking to Twenty20

Following on from a hugely successful Test against New Zealand and last weekend's sell-out One-day International against the West Indies, Notts are geared up for three more bumper crowds when they take on Durham, Yorkshire and Derbyshire.

Last season's two home fixtures in the Twenty20 Cup competition averaged crowds in excess of 6,000 and indications are that they could well exceed that figure during the course of the next 10 days.

Said Sales and Marketing Manager Lisa Pursehouse: "We are flying on the field at the moment and with three games at home against Durham, Yorkshire and Derbyshire this season we have high hopes of going a long way in this competition.

"The response we got from the Nottinghamshire public last season was terrific but advance sales this year are even better.

"On top of that our hospitality packages are all but sold out for the Yorkshire and Derbyshire matches proving just how popular this exciting form of the game has become in a very short time."

The Outlaws play the Durham Dynamos at Trent Bridge on Friday then play host to Yorkshire Phoenix on July 7 followed by a local derby against the Derbyshire Scorpions on July 9.

Games start at 5.30pm, with each innings of 20 overs lasting for 75 minutes and a break between innings of 15 minutes.

Advance tickets are available up to the day before each match, costing ?8 for adults and ?4 for children and OAPs, with a family ticket for two adults and two children costing ?20.

Seats on the day cost ?10, ?5 and family tickets ?25.

For more information and advance bookings call the Trent Bridge Ticket Office on 0870 168 8888 or visit www.trentbridge.co.uk.

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