Ashes Mania Comes to Chipping Campden Cricket Club
With Ashes fever spreading across the country, the England and Australia Over 60s teams are set to meet shortly in the fourth one day international test of the much-anticipated Grey Ashes series.
The game will take place at Chipping Campden Cricket Club on Monday, July 21st, with the first ball being bowled at 1:30pm.
The Grey Ashes match is a celebration of the enduring spirit of cricket and the unwavering passion of its players. Cricket enthusiasts from near and far are invited to attend the 50 over game, with admission free on the day.
Spectators can look forward to an unforgettable day at the cricket ground, with gin bars, ice cream parlours and all day barbeques on offer. In addition, a specially created Grey Ashes summer ale from North Cotswold Brewery will be available.
Chipping Campden CC’s Ian Harrison noted: "The Grey Ashes match is an incredible opportunity for cricket lovers to witness the timeless rivalry between England and Australia in a whole new light. We are proud to host this prestigious match at our newly constructed pavilion, which stands as a testament to our commitment to the sport and the role it can play in the community.”
Chipping Campden's new pavilion has garnered praise as one of the finest in Gloucestershire, offering state-of-the-art facilities that endeavour to enhance the spectator experience, while attracting the next generation of cricket players. With excellent views, the pavilion ensures that fans can enjoy every moment of the Grey Ashes match in comfort and style.
The Ashes match promises to be a thrilling contest between two legendary cricketing nations. Bring your family, friends and cricket-loving community to cheer on the teams and enjoy a fabulous day out in the heart of the Cotswolds.
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Chipping Campden Cricket Club is a renowned cricketing institution located in the heart of Gloucestershire. With a rich history and a commitment to promoting the sport, the club has been a hub for cricket enthusiasts and players of all ages for many decades. The newly constructed pavilion stands as a symbol of the club's dedication to providing a world-class experience for players and spectators alike.