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Win tickets to see Middlesex in t20 action

14:32 30 June 2011

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There’s no let-up in the fast-paced t20 action next week as Middlesex Panthers face both Surrey and Somerset in the space of three days.

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Surrey Lions cross the river for a derby clash under floodlights at Lord’s on Thursday July 7 (starting at 6.15pm), with the Panthers seeking revenge for their recent defeat at the Kia Oval.

And next up are Marcus Trescothick’s free-scoring Somerset side, who visit Southgate’s historic and picturesque Walker Ground on Sunday July 10, with a 2.30pm start.

We’ve linked up with Middlesex CCC to give away three pairs of tickets for each of those games – to enter the competition and stand a chance of winning, you just need to answer the following question:

In which year did Middlesex win the Twenty20 Cup?

a) 2006. b) 2007. c) 2008.

Email your answer to us at nwl.sport@archant.co.uk, plus your name, address and a contact telephone number, and stating your preference for either the Surrey or Somerset match. All entries must be received by 10am on Monday July 4.

If you’re not lucky enough to win on this occasion, you don’t need to miss out – tickets are still available for both games.

To book tickets for the Surrey match (adults £20 and just £5 for under-16s), call 020 7432 1000 or visit www.lords.org/t20.

You can purchase tickets for the Somerset match on the gate (adults £15, over-65s £8 and under-16s £5).

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