First Domain Test - Day Five Entry by Gold Coin Donation

Australia's Lyon celebrates with teammates after taking his fifth wicket
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Cricket Australia is pleased to announce that entry to Day Five of the first Domain Test match between Australia and India will be by gold coin donation to Lord’s Taverners Australia’s and Cricket Australia’s Sporting Chance Fund.


 The Lord’s Taverners is a voluntary organisation and the lead community partner of Cricket Australia. They share Cricket Australia’s vision of cricket being a sport for all, including people with a disability.
 
As a thank you to all supporters who attended the first Test, fans will get a special opportunity to see the climax of this match whilst also supporting accessibility to grass roots cricket for all Australians.
  
Through the Sporting Chance Fund, Lord’s Taverners Australia and Cricket Australia hope to provide in excess of 4,000 places in Woolworths Cricket Blast for disabled children across Australia.
 
These programs provide opportunities for people with a disability to play cricket. This encourages social inclusion, a sense of belonging by being part of a team and the pure enjoyment of play.

All gates at Adelaide Oval will open at 9:00am on the 10 December, with play to commence at 10:00am.

Fans can attend Adelaide Oval on Public Transport for free tomorrow, by mentioning they are coming to the cricket at Adelaide Oval.