CELEBRATE Middlesex Crusaders' qualification for the Twenty20 Cup Quarter-finals and win one of three pairs of tickets to the tie of the round!
Middlesex's victory over Surrey on Friday night at the Brit Oval saw the Crusaders qualify from the South Division as group winners, earning a home tie as their reward!
Friday night's quarter-finals saw the Crusaders drawn against North Division runners-up, Lancashire Lightning, who qualified thanks to a welcome return to form of fans' favourite Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff.
With their Lord’s ground unavailable due to international commitments, the 'home' tie in question is to be staged at Surrey's Brit Oval on Tuesday, July 8.
To celebrate their qualification, Middlesex have offered us six tickets as competition prizes, for three lucky readers and a guest to go along to the Brit Oval and catch all the action, as Middlesex push for a place on finals day at Hampshire's Rose Bowl at the end of July.
To stand a chance of winning one of these fantastic prizes, simply answer the following question.
If Middlesex are the Crusaders, what are Lancashire known as?
Good luck with your competition entry - if you are not lucky enough to be selected as one of the winners though, do not despair, as there are still tickets available to this eagerly anticipated quarter final clash!
To purchase tickets to the Brit Oval spectacular, visit www.surreycricket.com or call their ticket line on 08712 461100. Tickets are £20 for adults and £10 for U16s.
Remember if you are going along, be sure to wear something pink, as Middlesex look to 'Turn the Brit Oval Pink' in support of their partnership with Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
For details on how you can join as a full member of Middlesex County Cricket Club for as little as £133 per year, please call 0207 289 1300 or visit www.middlesexccc.com.
The first three correct entries emailed to email@example.com will win the tickets.
Normal competition rules apply. No multiple applications. Employees of Trinity Mirror are not eligible to enter. The editor’s decision is final.