Cricket - Twenty 20 Match - West Indies v Australia - Time Changed

  • February 23, 2010 · 5:30 PM
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So you've heard about the hype. You may have even seen it on TV and immediately turned the channel.

But the newest form of CRICKET is coming to Sydney. AND there will be people there, who can explain it to you!

West Indies v Australia

120 balls delivered to each team. It takes 3 hours. It has beer. You live in Australia. You need to see it!

It's more like a Home Run derby than a game. It's fun. It's quick. Oh, and did I mention the beer?

Tickets are $45 for Bronze seats, which we will get on the day of the game. Please plan to meet at Gate E at 5.30 or we may miss out on tickets.

Special public transport is available from Central Station directly to the venue. Go to Elizabeth Street side. Return transport to Circular Quay or Central Station. Other Bus Service direct to Eastern Suburbs is available.

Cricket Australia
Wikipedia - Twenty20 Cricket
Maps of SCG

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Jules, Thanks for making the effort to get everyone together. It was GREAT fun. You have to post your pictures of the 'fans'. Cheers,


    February 24, 2010

  • Julie H.

    Just thought I'd let you know my boyfriend and I will be going after all! I had to get two silver tickets, section Z. Don't have a clue about Cricket but hopefully learn a bit and want to see more with the group next time! Enjoy! Julie Honadel

    February 23, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    For those who think the game of cricket is "extremely boring" this is a form of the game you might not have seen!

    Consider this: Imagine if in every inning of a baseball game you could see EVERYONE hit at LEAST one home run. And that includes a pitcher.

    Now wouldn't that be worth turning up for?

    February 16, 2010

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