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WIN! Yorkshire Bank 40 Tickets

The Yorkshire Bank 40 begins on May 3 and we’ll be giving away a whole host of tickets to All Out Cricket readers throughout the competition. 

First up, we’ve got loads of tickets up for grabs for the following matches:

*THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED*

May 5
Sussex v Worcestershire, Hove, 13.45 start
Tickets allocated

May 12
Gloucestershire v Middlesex, Bristol, 13.45 start
Tickets allocated

May 19
Hampshire v Durham, Southampton, 13.45 start
Tickets allocated

May 26
Leicestershire v Somerset, Leicester, 13.45 start
Tickets allocated

May 27
Durham v Derbyshire, Chester-le-Street, 13.45 start
Tickets allocated

June 3
Essex v  Surrey, Chelmsford, 16.40 start
Tickets allocated

All you have to do to enter the draw to win a pair of tickets for you and a friend is answer the following question:

Who did Hampshire beat in the final of last year’s 40-over county competition?

A) Warwickshire
B) Lancashire
C) Surrey

Send in your answers to comps@alloutcricket.com with ‘YB40 Tickets’ as your subject title and please specify which match you would like to attend. Winners will be notified on the Monday before each match. Good luck!

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