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Twenty20 Big Bash - Victoria v South Australia

Jan 28, 2011

Event:                          Twenty20 Big Bash
Teams:                        Victoria vs South Australia
Date:                           Friday January 28, 2011
Start time:                   7.00pm

Schedule:
Session 1     7.00pm - 8.20pm
Interval           8.20pm - 8.35pm
Session 2     8.35pm - 9.55pm

Gate opening times: 
MCC members:             3.00pm*
Public/AFL members:    3.00pm*
*Curtain raiser event commencing at 3.15pm - Women's National League Twenty20 between Victoria and South Australia.

Car park opening times:   
Gate 3 - 10.00am
Gate 5 - 11.00am
Gate 6 - closed
Gate 7 - 5.30am*
*Gate 7 is for those with corporate, media or disabled passes only.

Crowd estimate: 40,000

National Sports Museum: Open for patrons with an event ticket from 3.00pm until 7.00pm. Cost is $7.50 per person during these times.

Public Tickets:
Public tickets are on sale through TicketekView ticket prices

MCC Members:
MCC visitor tickets are on sale through Ticketek. View MCC ticket prices
   

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