With just 3 days to go before the exciting RAM SLAM T20 Triple Header at the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium on Sunday, fans have been urged to get their tickets.
The country’s top domestic cricket stars along with some major international names will be in action during the opening weekend of the RAM SLAM.
Ticket prices range from R50-R100 this weekend for all three games.
Fans can get their tickets from www.ticketpros.co.za or through all Post Net Outlets.
There will be no shortage of entertainment or incentives for fans attending RAM SLAM matches.
“Among the many exciting developments, Ram Hand to Hand Couriers, along with Cricket SA have introduced family friendly kiddies’ areas at the Triple Headers this year. Fully trained child minders will be on hand to ensure that young and old alike, enjoy their day at the cricket. Every effort has been made to ensure that the festivities of the day extend beyond the boundaries of the pitch,” said Ram Hand to Hand Couriers Joint Managing Director, Graeme Lazarus.
Another highlight to look forward to is the Ram Slam Fan Challenge, which is a time based competition designed to test a fan’s ability and incorporates 6 disciplines of the game to do so. Fans are selected from the crowd to participate and the fan that completes the course in the quickest time will be declared the winner of a Galaxy Tab 3 Lite.
Other great activities are the Glam Cam activations. If a fan gets spotted wearing red by the Supersport cameras, they could also win Galaxy Tab 3 Lite’s.
The RAM SLAM T20 Challenge continues to show exciting growth as interest both locally and abroad is intensifying. Earlier this week, it was announced that the franchise has also recruited some of the world’s best T20 players.
Chevrolet Knights – Andre Russell
Chevrolet Warriors – Craig Kieswetter
Sunfoil Dolphins – Dwayne Bravo
bizhub Highveld Lions – Chris Gayle
Nashua Cape Cobras – Kieron Pollard
The Unlimited Titans – Darren Sammy
Details of the Triple Headers:
2 November, Bidvest Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg;
16 November, Kingsmead Stadium, Durban
30 November, Chevrolet Park, Bloemfontein