Posted on 19th July 2017
Women’s Softball Cricket
Fancy something different that’s no pain, all gain? This summer, softball cricket is coming to Sussex and the ladies of Sussex get to try it first! Softball Cricket is a new fun, fast, social game for all abilities – you don’t need experience or fitness, just a great big sense of fun. This is cricket, but not as you know it – music, bubbles, games, pampering, food, drink, music and entertainment.
Kia Super League
The biggest event in women’s domestic cricket is coming to The 1st Central County Ground this summer, on the road to Hove! 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!
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Blast is Back!
The NatWest T20 Blast returns to The 1st Central County Ground this Sunday 23rd July, as the Sussex Sharks prepare to take on the Kent Spitfires. Hospitality has already SOLD OUT for this match however there are still a number of tickets remaining.
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