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Sussex Sharks/ Sussex County Cricket Club – Natwest T20 cricket tickets now on sale

By Kevin G on March 31, 2014

Recently Chris Jordan, the Sussex all-rounder cricket player, along with Nottinghamshire batsman Michael Lumb have been awarded England incremental contracts for 2013-2014.

All of us at Reactive Interiors are very proud to be partners with and have the logo of Sussex CCC (Sussex County Cricket Club) and Sussex Sharks displayed on our website. Formed in 1839, Sussex CCC is the oldest club in the UK. In 1872 the very first cricket match took place at the Eaton Road Ground against Gloucestershire. In 2003 the Club won its first County Championship and reclaimed this title in 2006 and the following year. Also, in 2006 the County won the C&G trophy against Lancashire.

Sussex took on Hampshire last weekend on the 28th March 2014 for the first cricketing action of this year’s season. This match took place at the County Ground in Hove and entrance was free to all supporters. Coming up in April on Tuesday 29th ‘Where Cricket Meets … The Lady Taverners will take place at the County Ground.

Sussex County Cricket Club has a fully transferable Premier Membership option available to cricket fanatic and this is an ideal way to follow the County Club. With this membership includes priority booking for their dining room and the use of the Long Room, two one-day LV=CC match guest passes with Pavilion Upgrade and access to a vast range of cricket games.

To find out more about matches and more details click the following link sussexcricket.co.uk

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