Kids can watch women's cricket in Sussex for as little as £1

Tickets for a huge summer of women’s cricket at Sussex Cricket’s HQ have gone on sale to those with priority access.

Heather Knight is due to lead England out twice this year at Hove / Picture: Getty
Heather Knight is due to lead England out twice this year at Hove / Picture: Getty

Anyone who registered their interest, members and previous ticket buyers have been sent an email with details of how to secure tickets to England’s Vitality IT20s against India and New Zealand and both Southern Vipers’ 50-over and T20 matches against Central Sparks before anyone else.

With tickets starting at just £1 for children and £7 for adults and covered by a refund guarantee in the event of a rearranged or cancelled match, record demand is expected.

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To give everyone the best chance of attending, supporters will be limited to four tickets for each match.

Any remaining tickets will go on general sale when priority access ends at 10am next Wednesday, April 28.

More information can be found on the dedicated England Women and Southern Vipers page on the Sussex website.

Meanwhile, a number of changes have been made to the originally published fixture list for the 2021 season.

Sussex men’s 50-over match against Oxfordshire on Tuesday, July 20 was originally scheduled at an away venue but will now be played at the County Ground.

Sussex men’s second XI Championship fixture against Surrey at the County Ground will now begin on Tuesday, May 4, a day later than originally scheduled.

Sussex’s fixtures in the Vitality Women’s County T20 were significantly revised last month.

Sussex Women’s T20 fixtures begin this Sunday (April 25) at home to Essex at the Sir Rod Aldridge Cricket Centre.

On Monday, May 3 they host Hampshire at the same venue. They then visit Middlesex on Sunday, May 9 and Kent seven days later.