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See all the Falcons' home One Day matches - for just £99!

Limited Overs Season TicketsNew for 2012, the Derbyshire Falcons Limited-Overs season Ticket permits the holder entry to all home matches in the Clydesdale Bank 40 and Friends Life t20 competitions, plus a host of additional benefits.

Starting with the Bank Holiday Monday 4th June visit of Warwickshire Bears, through the Friends Life t20 campaign and also incorporating two matches during the Chesterfield Festival of Cricket; the Limited Overs Season Ticket is the way to enjoy many of the benefits that membership has to offer at all Derbyshire’s one=day cricket in 2012.


Limited Overs Season Ticket

Additional benefits:
  • Half Price Car Park Pass: £30
  • Upgrade to Premier Seating for £12.50
  • 10% off in the Club Shop 2 for 1 tickets on South Africa tourist match (claimed in advance only)
  • Two free days of LV = County Championship cricket with car parking (claimed in advance only)

LIMITED OVERS SEASON TICKET FIXTURES

Clydesdale Bank 40
Bank Holiday Monday 4th June – 1.45pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Warwickshire Bears
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Sunday 15th July – 1.45pm
Derbyshire Falcons v The Unicorns (at Chesterfield)
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Sunday 22nd July - 1.45pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Yorkshire Carnegie (at Chesterfield)
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Tuesday 31st July – 4.40pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Kent Spitfires
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Wednesday 8th August – 4.40pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Sussex Sharks
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Bank Holiday Monday 27th August – 1.45pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Northamptonshire Steelbacks
Friends Life t20
Thursday 14th June – 7pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Lancashire Lightning
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Monday 18th June – 7pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Yorkshire Carnegie
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Wednesday 20th June – 7pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Durham Dynamos
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Friday 29th June – 7pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Leicestershire Foxes
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Friday 6th July - 7pm
Derbyshire Falcons v Nottinghamshire Outlaws

Krikken looking forward not back

Derbyshire v GlamorganKarl Krikken insists Derbyshire won’t be dwelling on the Clydesdale Bank 40 defeat to Warwickshire.

The Falcons surrendered their unbeaten start to the season with a nine-wicket defeat versus the Bears. But Krikken is already looking forward to the visit of the Glamorgan.

“We’ve messed up, now we’ve got to learn from it and get onto the next one.

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Derbyshire lose unbeaten start

Wes DurstonSeven matches into the 2012 campaign, Derbyshire tasted defeat for the first time in a nine-wicket reverse against Warwickshire today.

Rikki Clarke haunted the club he used to captain with figures of 3 for 22 as the Falcons were all out for 122 before Jonathan Trott and William Porterfield made light work of the run-chase.

Warwickshire won the toss and elected to field on a sunny but blustery Edgbaston afternoon - and they quickly had the Falcons in trouble.

Chesney Hughes (5) edged Chris Wright to slip with the score on nine in the second over. And when Chris Woakes, who took 2 for 20 from five overs, accounted for Martin Guptill (3) and Wayne Madsen (0) lbw and caught slip respectively, the Falcons were 19-3 just 25 deliveries into the match.

Read more: Derbyshire lose unbeaten start

Buy your Friends Life t20 tickets now for a discounted price

BOOMBuy your Friends Life t20 and Derbyshire v South Africa tickets now to secure a £3 per ticket discount.

Tickets for all Derbyshire fixtures are priced at £13 Adults, £6 Juniors in advance with a further £1 saving to be made on a car park pass priced at £4.

Admission on the day of the game is priced at £16 Adults, £8 Juniors and £5 Car Parking.

Read more: Buy your Friends Life t20 tickets now for a discounted price

Durston and Redfern hit centuries as Derbyshire stay top

Derbyshire remain top of the LV=County Championship Division Two table after an impressive final day batting performances saw the visitors secure maximum batting points at the Ageas Bowl.

In a match decimated by rain, Hampshire declared overnight on 352-8, ensuring Derbyshire’s first innings in the final day would be a quest for bonus points.

Full batting points looked a long way off early doors however, with Paul Borrington (4), Martin Guptill (4) and Wayne Madsen (8) all departing early as the visitors were reduced to 37-3.

Read more: Durston and Redfern hit centuries as Derbyshire stay top

Derbyshire fightback after strong Hampshire start

Having been frustrated by rain for the first two days, Derbyshire’s LV=County Championship contest away at Hampshire finally got underway and on time on Day Three, with Wayne Madsen winning the toss and electing to bowl first at the Ageas Bowl.

The decision looked a good one as Liam Dawson edged to Martin Guptill at 2nd slip off the bowling of Tony Palladino for six, bringing to the crease Bilal Shafayat to the crease; the former Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire batsman making his debut for the county.

Despite a shaky start that had left the hosts 20-1 from 13 overs, Shafayat and Jimmy Adams – making his first start of the campaign in the LV=County Championship began quickly asserting themselves, with Hampshire suffering no further setbacks in the session; moving to 108-1 at Lunch with Adams 40* and Shafayat one short of a half century.

Read more: Derbyshire fightback after strong Hampshire start

Derbyshire County Cricket Club Statement: RE Supporters’ Club

The Derbyshire County Cricket Supporters’ Club has written to its Members informing them that the Club is being wound up. This is not a decision the County Club was aware of or endorses and in the County Club's view it is regrettable.

At Derbyshire County Cricket Club the Committee and whole staff are working tirelessly to ensure a brighter future for the Club both on and off the field.

At the most recent County Club General Committee Meeting there was a discussion about the present structure and workings of the Supporters’ Club with its Chairman.

Read more: Derbyshire County Cricket Club Statement: RE Supporters’ Club

Hampshire Day 2 abandoned and Second XI news

Constant rain has continued to thwart the start of Derbyshire's match against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl and with little sign of improvement, the umpires made the decision shortly after 2:30pm to abandon play for the second consecutive day without a ball being bowled.

The LV=County Championship match was due to begin yestersday, only for the weather to prevent a ball being bowled as the visitors look to cement their position at the top of the Division Two table.

Both teams will try again tomorrow with the weather outlook a lot more positive.

Read more: Hampshire Day 2 abandoned and Second XI news

Get your tickets in your hands - and at a discounted price

BOOMBuy your Friends Life t20 and Derbyshire v South Africa tickets now to secure a £3 per ticket discount.

Tickets for all Derbyshire fixtures are priced at £13 Adults, £6 Juniors in advance with a further £1 saving to be made on a car park pass priced at £4.

Admission on the day of the game is priced at £16 Adults, £8 Juniors and £5 Car Parking.

Read more: Get your tickets in your hands - and at a discounted price

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