The ICC World Twenty20 Cup is proving quite a hit right now – but you won't have to feel too deprived when the competition ends next week.
That's because the domestic Twenty20 competition resumes, with current cup holders Middlesex in action at Lord's twice in the next couple of weeks.
The Panthers – as they are now called – take on the Essex Eagles on Friday, June 26 (5.30pm) and the Sussex Sharks on Sunday, June 28 (2.30pm).
Once again, they should be colourful occasions, with the players and many supporters decked out in pink – the colour denoting the club's commitment to the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity.
Thanks to Middlesex County Cricket Club we’ve got 10 PAIRS of tickets to give away for both matches at the home of cricket.
To stand a chance of winning, simply answer the following: Which country pulled off a shock win over England at the start of the current Twenty20 World Cup? Was it a/ Mexico b/ Singapore or c/ The Netherlands.
Email your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, June 24, when a draw will be made to determine the winners.
Please give your full name address and a daytime telephone number and state which of the two fixtures you wish to attend.
You may send in a separate entry for both matches.
You can buy tickets for all Middlesex Twenty20 cup matches by calling the MCC ticket office on 0207 432 1000 or by visiting www.lords.org/tickets .