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Cheltenham Cricket Festival 2018 promises a fortnight of first class cricket this summer, with Cheltenham College expected to be inundated with fans from across Gloucestershire and beyond when gates open from Monday 16 to Friday 27 July 2018.
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club has been playing in Cheltenham for more than 140 years, and during the last century the festival has gone from strength-to-strength – now dubbed one of the most successful cricket festivals in the world, attracting thousands of spectators year on year.
The 2017 festival proved testament to this, with more than 25,000 cricket fans attending throughout the two weeks, thanks to a host of tempting fixtures enjoyed by all.
This summer’s anticipated festival is set to deliver another year of exciting entertainment, with the chance to see two Specsavers County Championship matches; two Vitality T20 Blast matches, and one Kia Super League match.
There are five fixtures scheduled during the fortnight of anticipated cricket this year; for more information visit gloscricket.co.uk directly.
Monday 16 to Thursday 19 July 2018
Gloucestershire will be playing against Sussex in this four-day Specsavers County Championship match, from 11am daily.
Friday 20 July 2018
Gloucestershire will be playing in the one-day Vitality T20 Blast match against Essex from 5.30pm.
Sunday 22 to Wednesday 25 July 2018
There will be a four-day Specsavers County Championship match between Gloucestershire and Durham, taking place from 11am daily.
Thursday 26 July 2018
This one-day Kia Super League match will see Western Storm play against Surrey Stars, from 2.30pm.
Friday 27 July 2018
Gloucestershire will be playing against Glamorgan in the final Vitality T20 Blast match of the season, from 2.30pm.
Whether you’re an avid fan or first timer, the Cheltenham Cricket Festival is the perfect opportunity to see some spectacular cricket for yourself – and hopefully catch a bit of sunshine – in Gloucestershire.
For more information visit gloscricket.co.uk directly.
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Friday 15 to Saturday 16 February 2019
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Monday 18 to Tuesday 19 February 2019
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Wednesday 20 February 2019
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Thursday 21 to Friday 22 February 2019
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