Posted on 15th June 2017
Wells stars again as Sussex victorious
An unbeaten 90 from in-form Luke Wells guided Sussex to a five-wicket win over Leicestershire at Grace Road on Monday, our second successive win in the Specsavers County Championship. Wells, who was 27 not out overnight, received solid support from Stiaan van Zyl in compiling a partnership of 70 for the fourth wicket. Neither batsman took unnecessary risks, though Wells did go to his half-century in style, hitting off-spinner Colin Ackermann for a beautifully-timed straight six.
Enjoy first-class hospitality at Arundel Festival
Join us this summer at picturesque Arundel Castle for a feast of food and cricket, with first-class hospitality at The Rathbones Arundel Festival of Cricket. This year’s festival includes two matches. First up, Sussex take on Leicestershire in the Specsavers County Championship between Wednesday 5th and Saturday 8th July, before the festival is concluded in style as Sussex switch formats and take on Glamorgan in the NatWest T20 Blast, on Sunday 9th July.
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#ShowYourColours at KSL Finals Day
The biggest event in women’s domestic cricket is coming to The 1st Central County Ground this summer! Be there on Friday 1st September for a day of fantastic T20 action as the three best teams in the country battle it out to be crowned 2017 Kia Super League Champions. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone involved in women’s sport to #ShowYourColours and ensure that your team is recognised. Tickets are just £5 for adults and £1 for juniors, or £10 for a family (2 adults, 2 juniors). Enjoy one more long weekend with the family before school starts!
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