Posted on 9th June 2016
The Arundel Festival of Cricket will be returning in 2016 from Wednesday 22nd – Sunday 26th June, and will be presented by Irwin Mitchell.
This year, Sussex will play in a Specsavers County Championship match against Northamptonshire before taking on Gloucestershire in a NatWest T20 Blast fixture.
The Championship match will begin at 12.00pm each day, whilst the T20 Blast clash starts at 2.30pm.
Sussex Cricket are delighted to welcome Ray Parlour to The 1st Central County Ground, as part of the ‘Where Cricket Meets…’ series on Thursday 21st July. Guests of the events will receive an after dinner speech from Ray, aswell a three-course dinner, and a charity auction.
The event, sponsored by Preston Insurance Brokers, is in aid of The Sussex Cricket Foundation and will start at 7.30pm. Tickets are just £50 per person or £450 inc. VAT for a table of 10.
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