BRM Solicitors Chesterfield Festival Of Cricket Returns After Two Year Absence
This week saw the welcome return of the BRM Solicitors Chesterfield Festival of Cricket, at Queen’s Park, Chesterfield.Derbyshire began the festival with a four-day fixture against Middlesex, starting on Sunday 12 June and defeated Middlesex within the first 3 days of the four day match.
The event will host Derbyshire v Yorkshire Vikings Vitality Blast Twenty20 action on Saturday 18 June, starting at 2:30 pm.
A regular sell-out, a record number of tickets were sold during the club’s priority window.
The Vitality Blast fixture at Queen’s Park has seen Derbyshire win the least three meetings.
The Derbyshire Falcons will be aiming for success in 2022, with new Head of Cricket, Mickey Arthur and international star Shan Masood bringing experience and flair to the team.
BRM Executive Director Rob Woodhead highlighted the importance of the festival of cricket to the region and the Derbyshire Cricket team.
“We are delighted to be once again involved with the 2022 Chesterfield Festival of Cricket in conjunction with Derbyshire County and Chesterfield Cricket Clubs. This annual event is one of the highlights of our local events calendar, and it was very much missed during the last two years where it could not take place due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Over the last few years, there has been a high demand for tickets across all five days, with the Vitality Blast Twenty20 against rivals Yorkshire Vikings being the headline match drawing crowds from all over the region.”