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Sussex Cricket Foundation donates 300 tickets to local families

The Sussex Cricket Foundation has donated 300 tickets to the Sussex Sharks’ opening T20 Vitality Blast fixture against Glamorgan this Thursday.

The tickets will be distributed among clubs, schools and relocated Afghan families as part of the Foundation’s ambitious five-year Urban Plan to grow and develop the game in the local area.

The scheme will also enable families who wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to attend a live sporting event, come and see the Sussex Sharks, and is also part of the Foundation’s commitment to make The 1st Central County Ground as accessible and inclusive as possible.

Community Cricket Director, Gary Wallis-Tayler said: ““We are delighted that we have been able to provide our communities in Brighton & Crawley with an opportunity to watch Sussex Sharks in t20 action this week.

“Both areas are of huge importance to Sussex Cricket, where we are doing a lot of amazing work through are Urban Cricket Plans and making the ground as accessible as possible is a key part of that.

“Tickets have been distributed to those who may not have normally had an opportunity to visit us and we hope that will continue to inspire the next generation of crickets and create lifelong memories in the process.”

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