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The Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival 2015 + Competition!

PUBLISHED: 16:15 23 April 2015 | UPDATED: 17:06 23 April 2015

Brewin Dolphin Cricket Festival

Brewin Dolphin Cricket Festival

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The showcase of Gloucestershire Cricket’s year returns to the College Ground

One of the quintessential summer highlights in Cheltenham is the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival, which is held each year in the beautiful surroundings of Cheltenham College.

This year the event runs from Wednesday, July 8 to Saturday, July 18 and includes two NatWest T20 Blast matches as well as two LV= County Championship four day games. T20 cricket is arguably the most exciting form of the game and, with big hits and non-stop action, BIG crowds are expected.

Gloucestershire has been playing at the iconic Cheltenham College since 1872 – making this the world’s longest running cricket festival to be played at an outground. The college’s idyllic setting has provided a perfect backdrop for the festival throughout its history, and continues to be a great attraction for all cricket fans, both old and new.

The 2015 Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever with lots to do around the ground. Ladies’ Day will once again grace the Festival on Thursday, July 9 in aid of LINC. Highlights this year will include a fashion display by Lisa von Hallwyl and Beatrice von Treskow.

This summer will feature some superb fixtures including matches against Northamptonshire, Kent, Hampshire and Leicestershire. Fans can also look forward to seeing both centurions from this year’s Australian Big Bash League in action. Hard-hitting batsman Peter Handscomb has joined the Club as its second overseas player for 2015. The 23-year-old – who made a blistering 103* off 64 balls for the Melbourne Stars vs Perth Scorchers – joins the squad that already boasts Michael Klinger, the only other player to make a century in the 2014/15 Australian T20 competition.

Supporters can also enjoy superb views from one of our hospitality marquees; a popular attraction and a great way to treat clients or friends or for those celebrating a special occasion. Packages - including a delicious lunch and afternoon tea – are available from £60 per person. More information on hospitality, including Ladies’ Day, is available from Cariad Silk who can be contacted on 0117 910 8022 or email cariad.silk@glosccc.co.uk.

Match Day tickets cost from just £15 for adults and £3 for under 18s when purchased in advance or why not treat yourself to a Cheltenham Festival Pass and see 10 days of Gloucestershire cricket for only £100? Supporters aged 18 and under can enjoy every day of the Festival (plus domestic matches at Bristol) by becoming a Marshall Member for just £20.

Competition

We have teamed up with the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival to offer one reader the chance to win a pair of Cheltenham Festival passes; allowing entry to all festival match days at the Cheltenham College Ground for the 2015 season.

To be in with a chance of winning, send your answer to the following question along with your full contact details to: Cotswold Life Cheltenham Cricket Festival competition – CLCFC15, c/o Katie Tait, Archant House, Oriel Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 1BB. Alternatively, send your answer and full contact details to competition@cotswoldlife.co.uk quoting code CLCFC15.

Q: What are the first names of the two Taylor brothers who currently play for Gloucestershire?

Terms and conditions: Competition closes at midday on Friday, May 22, 2015. Entrants must be 18 years or older. Non –transferable. The two passes are valid for festival match days at the Cheltenham College Ground for the 2015 season. Full terms and conditions can be found by clicking here.

The best way to buy tickets is online at www.gloscricket.co.uk, where we have waived booking fees. Alternatively you can call the ticket line on 0117 910 8010.

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