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    Dining and passes - T20 and one-day internationals

    Jan 31, 2012

    Advance applications for Long Room and Balcony passes can now be made for the following events:

    • Twenty20 international - February 3 - Australia v India.
    • One-day international - February 5 - Australia v India. 

    They will remain open until 5.00pm, Tuesday January 31, unless allocated prior.

    Bookings an also be made for both lunch and dinner sittings in the Members Dining Room for the one-day international on February 5. Please note that a reserved seat for the match will only be included with dinner sittings.

    Dining bookings for the Twenty20 international on February 3 have now closed.

    Book now for the Members Dining Room

    Apply now for Long Room or Balcony passes