The Royal London One-Day Cup Final, taking place on Saturday 30 June at Lord’s Cricket Ground is one of the highlights of the county cricket calendar. We’ve teamed up with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the MCC to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to attend the Home of Cricket and watch Hampshire take on Kent.
Not only will the winner be taking in an iconic sporting venue, but they will be treated to an exciting game of county cricket. During last year’s final, Alex Hales played one of the most memorable innings in the long history of county cricket finals at Lord’s when he smashed an unbeaten 187 for Notts Outlaws to set up a thrilling victory over Surrey.
Whether you’re a big cricket fan or just looking for a great day out, the Royal London One-Day Cup Final has something for everyone. If you don’t win our competition and wish to attend, tickets are priced from £20 for adults and just £5 for under-16s and are available to buy online now at www.lords.org/final.
To enter, please answer the below question:
What is the common term used in cricket when a batsman scores no runs?
Please send your answer to email@example.com along with your preferred postal address, by 1pm on Wednesday 27 June.
The winner will be notified by The Cricket Blog and the tickets will be sent by the ECB to your address. We will not retain your data and any submissions will be deleted once the competition has closed. Good luck!