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Second Vodafone men's Ashes Test - Day 5 entry by donation

Australia celebrate
Australia celebrate
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Entry to Day 5 of the second Vodafone men's Ashes Test between Australia and England at Adelaide Oval will be by donation to Taverners Australia, Cricket Australia’s Charity Partner for the Vodafone Adelaide Day-Night Test.

Taverners Australia is a cricket-focused charity supporting cricketers with a disability and cricketers from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds through sporting participation and inclusion, sharing Cricket Australia’s vision of cricket being a sport for all.

All funds raised during the Test go to Taverners Australia and Cricket Australia’s Sporting Chance Fund to provide cricket opportunities for people with a disability.

This includes the chance to represent their state at the National Cricket Inclusion Championships, where Australia's most talented cricketers who are blind or have low vision, deaf or hard of hearing and cricketers with an intellectual disability, compete for one of three national titles.

Tickets will be available for redemption by making a donation via ticketek.com.au/cricket, with all public patrons required to have a ticket.

Public patrons will be issued a reserved seat ticket following the transaction, with seats available on level one and five of the Southern Stand and level one of the Eastern Stand.
SACA Members tickets will be redeemed as per normal with guest passes and complimentary tickets for children and grandchildren of SACA Members under 10 years of age available. Day 5 guests passes will be $10, with seats available on level one and two of the Western Stand and level three of the Southern Stand.

Tickets will be available via Ticketek from 9:00pm local time tonight, with gates opening at 1:30pm local time tomorrow and play commencing at 2:30pm.
To make a donation or find out more about Taverners Australia, visit taverners.org.au