Ramslam T20 double header this Saturday

NELSON Mandela Bay cricket fans are in for a treat when the RamSlam T20 Challenge hots up with a double header day at St George’s Park Cricket Ground on Saturday, November 28.

The first game starts at 2pm when the Sunfoil Dolphins and VKB Knights take to the field.

The second match will start at 6pm when the home team, the Warriors, take on the Unlimited Titans.

A fun-filled family day awaits cricket fans on Saturday and there will be something for everyone.

Fans can get into the action with the BagJump, a chance to win a share of R1million should you take a single handed clean catch off a six, win prizes with the Dance Cam and a fully professionally manned Kiddies’ Area will also be open. (T’s& C’s apply).

Local DJ’s Charlie T, DJ Spectrum and Luzuko Kemp will be providing the music during the break with a “Party round the Pitch” after the second match when fans can take to the field and dance up a storm!

Tickets are now on sale for R90 for adults, R50 for scholars and pensioners and a special student price of R70 (with a student card).

Corporates wishing to book a suite for the day can contact Leigh on 041 585 1646.

Gates open at noon and fans are reminded that they may bring in soft drinks (plastic bottles only) and food. No alcohol will be allowed.

Win! Win! Win!

The PE Express is giving away two double tickets to the Ramslam T20 double header.

To stand a chance of winning, like our Facebook page (PE Express Newspaper) and then find the cricket photo and comment “win” on the photo.

Winners will be announced on Facebook.

Winning tickets need to be collected from our office in William Moffett before Friday at 4pm.

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