See the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy in Derby this week

Wednesday 28th August 2019
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Written by Stephen Martin

The ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy will be at The Pattonair County Ground on days two and three of the Aston Lark Tourist Fixture against Australia.

England produced a thrilling super-over win to defeat New Zealand at Lord’s last month, with Eoin Morgan’s side lifting the trophy on home soil.

Just as he did at Headingley last week, Ben Stokes played a match-winning innings to power England to victory in the final as cricket fever gripped the nation.

Australia travel to Derby for the Aston Lark three-day Tourist Fixture, which begins at 11am on Thursday 29 August, with the World Cup Trophy at the ground on Friday and Saturday.

Supporters will be able to have pictures taken with the trophy, so don’t miss your chance to see it on show at The Pattonair County Ground on Friday 30 August and Saturday 31 August.

Supporters can save £4 by purchasing their tickets in advance of the day of the game, while further discounts are available when purchased as a group of 10 or more.

Members will be able to attend this match for free as part of their 2019 Membership package.

The Aussies are coming! Derbyshire face Australia in the three-day Aston Lark Tourist Fixture from Thur 29 – Sat 31 August. Buy in advance to save and see world-class Test cricketers in Derby.

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