Lincolnshire’s first-ever international cricket match takes place in Louth today, Monday, July 1.
The women’s cricket match between England and Pakistan is set to begin at 10.45am at the London Road Pavilion.
The game will include an RAF fly-over with the match ball being parachuted to the pitch by the RAF Falcons and a sports technology display that will allow fans to test their cricket swing using the latest 3D and motion capture technologies, as well as cricket-related activities for youngsters.
£10 for adults and FREE for under 16s and are available by calling 0845 674 0505, visiting www.embassytheatre.co.uk, or stopping in at any East Lindsey sports facility.
Those attending the match should note that, on match day, the Linden Walk entrance to London Road will not be open and entry to the match will be via London Road only.
The England-Pakistan match ispart of East Lindsey Live, a calendar of exciting sporting, heritage and cultural events to showcase the district and attract visitors, and also coincides with SO Festival 2013.