Win Twenty20 tickets to see Middlesex play Gloucestershire at Lord’s

NatWest T20 Blast

NatWest T20 Blast - Credit: Archant

Middlesex are back in action at Lord’s next week – and you could be there too for an exciting evening of Twenty20 cricket under the floodlights.

The Panthers take on Gloucestershire at the home of cricket on Thursday June 26 in the NatWest T20 Blast, which will be their first match at Lord’s since last month.

England one-day star Eoin Morgan captains Middlesex, while the side also includes Australian powerhouse Dan Christian, who recently struck the fastest century of the season against Kent.

Spectators could be in for another big-hitting treat at Lord’s, and we’re offering 10 lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets each for the game, which gets under way at 6.15pm.

The tickets offer you ground admission to the match and allow you to sit wherever you like in any of the public stands that are open on the night. Gates open at 4.45pm.


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To stand a chance of winning, you just need to answer the following question:

Which Middlesex player recently hit the fastest century of the season?

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a) Dawid Malan. b) Paul Stirling. c) Dan Christian.

Email your answer, with your name, address and a contact telephone number to nwl.sport@archant.co.uk no later than 12pm on Monday June 23.

If you’re not lucky enough to win on this occasion, tickets are still available for the game, as well as for Middlesex’s T20 clash against London rivals Surrey at Lord’s, which takes place on Thursday July 24.

Adults tickets are priced at £20 in advance, with Under-16s just £5.

To book, call 020 7432 1000 or visit http://tickets.lords.org

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