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16th July 2008

Durham Dynamos Twenty20 Quarter Final Tuesday 22nd July

With floodlights in place for the NatWest Pro40 match later in the week, two and a half hours of extra time have been allocated, with the latest finish time 10.45pm. 

Tickets are priced at £5.00 per person, with children admitted free if accompanied by an adult, and all the gate proceeds going to charity (Free childs offer not available online).  Proceeds will be split between The Cricket Foundation, The County Durham Foundation, which gives grants to local good causes that make a real difference to people’s quality of life in County Durham and Darlington and Glamargon have selected The Kidney Wales Foundation as their charity.    

Automatic refunds are currently being processed for those spectators that had tickets for Durham v Yorkshire on Monday 4 July.  Those people that purchased tickets with cash on the night of the game should return their tickets to the Box Office. The draw for the Howzat Lottery which took place on Monday 7th July will carry over to the rearranged draw on Tuesday 22nd July.

Chester le Street District Council has also shown its support by offering supporters free parking in the car parks adjacent to the ground from 3.30pm on the day of the game.  

Durham County Cricket Club Chief Executive, David Harker, said, “We want to encourage as many people as possible to back the team in our quarter final next week and to use it as an opportunity to support local charities.”

The match is scheduled to start at 5.30pm with gates opening at 3.30pm.  Tickets can be purchased on the gate from 3.30pm on the day of the game.  Tickets can also be purchased from the Box Office, during office hours, on 0844 499 4466 or online at

Box Office Opening Hours
Monday – Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday 19 July – 10.00am until 2.00pm

 Notes about Charities

The County Durham Foundation
County Durham Foundation gives grants to local good causes that make a real difference to people’s quality of life in County Durham and Darlington. Individuals, families, local companies and public bodies make this possible by setting up funds with us. We fulfil their wishes by ensuring that the right projects that really need their support are chosen, with as much involvement from them in the decision making as they wish.

The Kidney Wales Foundation

The Kidney Wales Foundation fundraises to support research into kidney disease and to provide patient services. In particular, Kidney Wales has helped provide dialysis units and finance positions for consultant nephrologist, transplant co-ordinators, nurse specialists, social workers and psychologists across the whole of Wales.