Posted on 19th July 2017
Where Cricket Meets…Football – Thursday 20th July
Deadline day is upon us, you have until 10am on Monday 17th July to book your place!
This evening charity event starts at 6:30pm, we will be sitting for dinner at 7:30pm. So why not come and enjoy a three-course dinner, as Cricket meets Football in the Focus Group Boundary Rooms at The 1st Central County Ground?
The event will include after dinner entertainment from our special guest Micky Quinn, former Newcastle United striker and current talkSPORT presenter. He will share some of the highs and lows he experienced during his career as a professional footballer. The evening will also include a charity auction with all the proceeds will go to the Sussex Cricket Foundation.
Don’t be left disappointed by missing your deadline day, this is sure to be another wonderful event as part of the ongoing ‘Where Cricket Meets…’ series.
Spaces can be booked online via the book now button below. Tickets are just £50 per person or £450 for a table of 10.
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