We know that this season is a little bit different, but we don’t want that to stop you from feeling involved, so we have put together our own T20 Vitality Blast ‘Support from Home’ Pack.
With no supporters being allowed in The 1st Central County Ground to watch the Sharks in action, we have decided to bring the T20 atmosphere to you and you can enjoy it all while watching our non-televised matches live on the Sussex Cricket website.
Within the ‘Support from Home’ pack, you’ll find the lyrics to ‘Sussex By The Sea’ so you can sing the Sharks out as they make their way to the middle.
We’ve provided the instructions and the essentials for you to put together your own ‘foam’ finger and ‘hairy’ headband! All you’ll need is a pair of scissors, some Sellotape and a wooden stick!
You’ll also find your own print at home four and six card, that can be held aloft every time one of the Sharks hits a boundary, while you’re at home enjoying the live stream.
Decorate your home or garden to show your support with our T20 at home Sussex Sharks bunting and be your favourite Sussex Sharks player with the Face Mask templates.
And that’s not all! Share your best decorated house or garden images with us using #SHARKSATHOME on social media and we will pick a winner to receive two tickets to a home T20 match of their choice next season (terms and conditions apply).
Finally, we’ve teamed up with some of our matchday partners, including Harvey’s Brewery, Piglets Pantry and Ridgeview Wine, to offer our Sussex Shark fans 10% off a number of their great products by using the discount code #SHARKSATHOME!
Download your T20 Vitality Blast ‘Support from Home’ pack below and set-up your home or garden ahead of our first T20 this Friday at 2pm against local rivals Surrey. Don’t forget, you can watch the match LIVE here on our Match Day Centre!
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