Cricket365 are giving away 20 sets of double tickets to the Cape Cobras' first 1-Day Cup home fixture of the season – against the Lions at Newlands in Cape Town on Sunday, 20 October, 10:00 local time start.
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Cricket365 are giving away 20 sets of double tickets to the Cape Cobras' first 1-Day Cup home fixture of the season – against the Lions at Newlands on Sunday, 20 October, 10:00 local time start.
To win, simply identify the Cobras player in picture – and send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org – or leave a related comment via this article's Facebook tool.
If you opt for the latter option, don't be a spoilsport by naming the batsman.
Winners will gradually be added to the list below, and must be available to to collect tickets at Cricket365 headquarters – Fourth or Fifth Floor, The Warehouse, 24 Alfred Street, Foreshore, Cape Town – between 9am and 5pm on Thursday or Friday.
1. Calvin Niedermeyer<br>2. David Cock<br>3. Erin Rowell<br>4. Gareth Price<br>5. Ra'ees Fredericks<br>6. Jacob Small<br>7. Kyle Crosland<br>8. Emile Jacobs<br>9. Jason van der Merwe<br>10. Jamielee Kleinsmith<br>11. Wayne May<br>12. Niven Bowers<br>13. Susan van der Merwe<br>14. Anthony Harper<br>15. Nathan du Plessis<br>16. Leigh-Anne Lawrence<br>17. Elro King<br>18. Graham Trout<br>19. Evan Wagenstroom<br>20. Candice McConney
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