Wednesday, 6 March 2013
Headingley - where history is made.
Tonight, 5th March 2013, England and New Zealand will start a new historical Test Series in Dunedin. Among those set to play are Yorkshire's Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow, both busy making their own history in the Black Caps territory.
Closer to home, Yorkshire is readying itself for a big season of International cricket at Headingley this summer. New Zealand return to Yorkshire for the first time since 2004, when the Black Caps take on England in the second Investec Test Match over the Spring bank holiday (May 24th – 28th).
Headingely Cricket Ground has already seen its fair share of history, most recently last year by Kevin Pietersen making a Test Century on the hallowed turf against South Africa in August.
Headingley Pavilion Package/East Stand Box Package
Premium viewing hospitality facility, cushioned balcony seats, morning coffee/tea & biscuits, two course lunch, full afternoon tea, cash bar, celebrity guest visit, match scorecard, TV monitors, host/hostess service, car parking (1:4 guests), any numbers welcome with private tables or East Stand Boxes available for 10 guests upwards. Priced at £149pp+VAT per day, available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Premium Ticket - Executive Suite Headingley Pavilion
Premium viewing hospitality facility, cushioned balcony seats, access to a cash bar facility, morning tea/coffee & biscuits on arrival, the opportunity to pre-order food (extra costs will be incurred) TV monitors, any numbers welcome or private boxes available for groups of 10 – 12 people. Priced at £99pp and available for all days of the Test.
To take advantage of the amazing offers and to book your place in Headingley’s history simply call 0871 620 3621 (Calls charged at 10p per minute from a BT landline. Other networks and mobiles may vary).
150th Year Celebration
2 Sep 2013
Abbeydale Sports Club, Sheffield