Tickets still available for Unicorns Cup final supporters coach

21:43 05 August 2014

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There are still ticket available the supporters’ coach running to Wormsley next month for the Unicorns Cup final between Devon and Oxfordshire, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Devon beat Cheshire to reach the final at the Getty family ground near High Wycombe on August 27.

Oxfordshire triumphed over Wiltshire in the other semi-final.

It will be Devon’s first appearance in the final since 2008 when they defeated Berkshire at Lord’s.

Devon have appeared in six finals since 1991 and won four of them.

A coach has been booked to leave Torquay at 5.30 am on the morning of the match. The coach is a 49-seater supplied by Abbot coaches of Newton Abbot.

Collection points are Newton Abbot railway station, Exeter park-and-ride at Sowton and Tiverton Parkway railway station.

The return coach fare is £30 and seats can be booked through the Devon cricket website, www.devoncricket.co.uk.

Admission price for the game have been confirmed as £6 in advance – buy online atwww.wormsleycricket.co.uk - or £10 on the gate.

Wormsley are offering a number of hospitality packages for the day, full details of which can be found on the same website.

The standard hospitality package priced at £65 includes a match ticket, tea or coffee on arrival, a two-course buffet lunch with wine and water, traditional afternoon tea access to a licensed bar available throughout the day. All enjoyed in a hospitality marquee.

More information on the Wormsley estate can be found at

www.wormsleycricket.co.uk or www.wormsleyestate.com

To book a coach ticket, follow the link below. For further details call Conrad Sutcliffe on 07767 622530

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