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Kids go free at Lord's for 50-over cricket Published: 24 July 2014

Under 16s go free for two matches in August
Under 16s go free for two matches in August

Kids under 16 go free to Lord's this summer for Middlesex's Royal London One-Day cup fixtures against Surrey and Somerset during the summer holidays.

Middlesex take on their cross London rivals in a grudge match at Lord's on Thursday 31 July, before west country side Somerset travel to London on Thursday 7 August.

A number of current and former international stars will be on show during the fixtures, including Eoin Morgan, Marcus Trescothick and Steven Finn.

Fixture Date Start Adults Over 65s Under 16s
Middlesex v Surrey Thu 31 July 10:30am £20 £10 FREE
Middlesex v Somerset Thu 7 August 10:30am £20 £10 FREE

Tickets for these matches are not available to purchase in advance, but gaining entry on the day is easy. Please buy your tickets from the North Gate sales point from the time the Ground opens, at 9:30am.

Community & family day

Middlesex CCC are also hosting a community and family day for the Middlesex fixture on Thursday 31 July.

In addition to free entry for under 16s, Middlesex will be offering young cricketers the opportunity to put their skills to the test by hosting games on the Nursery Ground throughout the day.

All kids at the Ground have the opportunity to play on the day, just by turning up.

Middlesex are also supporting the RAF Benevolent Fund throughout the day, with collectors around the Ground.

They will also have a marquee erected on the Nursery Ground, where spectators can try their hand at winning a signed Middlesex shirt, which will be drawn during the interval.

The day will also be Middlesex's SOS Kit Day. SOS Kit Aid is a charity which recycles sports kit for the benefit of young people in the UK and overseas.

During the day a collection point will be active at the Nursery End and any donations of old kit will be gratefully accepted. For more information about SOS Kit Aid please visit their website.


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