Competition: Unicorns v Yorkshire YB40 tickets to be won

Derbyshire Cricket Club play in Queen's Park against Northamptonshire. Celebrations after AJ Hall from Northants was caught out by Chesney Hughes.
Derbyshire Cricket Club play in Queen's Park against Northamptonshire. Celebrations after AJ Hall from Northants was caught out by Chesney Hughes.
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The Derbyshire Times in partnership with Chesterfield Cricket Club has three pairs of tickets to be won for the eagerly anticipated Yorkshire Bank 40 clash between Unicorns and Yorkshire at Queen’s Park on Sunday, May 19 (1.45pm start).

The Unicorns are an ECB assembled side made up of individuals from Premier League clubs, Minor Counties, MCC Universities, MCC YC and others.

In 2009, the ECB confirmed a 40 over competition for the 2010 season, and in addition to the 18 First-Class Counties, Scotland, an ECB Recreational X1 and the Netherlands were invited to take part in three groups of seven.

It is scheduled to be a momentous occasion for Queen’s Park as it is the first time in the 120-year history of the ground that it has seen a competitive county game not involving Derbyshire.

Tickets are priced at £16 on the day or £12 if purchased in advance from the Chesterfield Visitor Information Centre or on 01246 345777.

BUT to be in with a chance of winning one of three pairs of tickets, simply answer the following question:

Q) Who did the Unicorns play in Chesterfield last year?

Mark your answer ‘Unicorns v Yorkshire competition’ and email your entry to sport@derbyshiretimes.co.uk.

The closing date is Friday, May 17 and winners will be contacted by telephone so do not forget to include a contact number!

Normal Derbyshire Times competition rules apply.