We’ve teamed up with the Wisden Cricket Quarterly, the Nightwatchman, to bring our members and supporters a fantastic offer for Christmas, as well as the chance to win…
The Nightwatchman, the Wisden Cricket Quarterly, is offering a specially ribbon-bound bundle of its first four issues for just £25 plus p&p – perfect for the sports fan in your life this Christmas, with a saving of £11 on buying each issue individually. The offer is available by CLICKING HERE
Your chance to win
We have 5 copies of the latest issue of The Nightwatchman to give away – Issue 4. To enter our great competition, simply answer the following question:
How many LV= County Championship matches did Middlesex win in 2013?
A. 7 B. 6 C. 5
If you think you know the answer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, with your answer and contact details, and the first five people to be picked out at random will win their own copy of Issue 4 of The Nightwatchman. This competition closes at midnight on Thursday 12 December 2013.
Produced in association with Wisden and launched in early 2013, The Nightwatchman showcases the very best cricket writing from around the world, gathering together leading cricket journalists and well-known writers from other disciplines – mathematics, poetry, history, literature – to offer long-form, original pieces about all aspects of cricket.
Released to great acclaim, The Nightwatchman provides writers with a platform to write essays on a subject, to a length and in a style of their choosing. Edited by Osman Samiuddin, Tanya Aldred and Matt Thacker, The Nightwatchman is already a must-have for cricket and sports fans, offering work from an exciting range of talent, including Tom and James Holland, Andy Zaltzman, Patrick Neate, Lawrence Booth, Marcus Berkmann, Anjali Doshi, Jonathan Wilson, Patrick Collins, Gideon Haigh, Christian Ryan, Dileep Premachandran, Jon Hotten, Tanya Aldred, Osman Samiuddin, Anand Vasu, Firdose Moonda, Rob Steen, Amol Rajan, Jarrod Kimber, Vaneisa Baksh, Rob Smyth, Rahul Bhattacharya, Emma John, Alan Tyers, David Foot, Neil Manthorp, Suresh Menon, John Crace, Robert Winder, Chloe Saltau, David Owen, Aakash Chopra and Neil Hannon.
Visit www.thenightwatchman.net for more information.
Competition Terms and conditions: 1. The promoter of the competition is Middlesex County Cricket Club. 2. Only entries received by midnight on Thursday 12 December 2013 will be considered for the competition draw. 3. Individuals based outside of the UK are not eligible to win the competition. 4. We will use the information that you provide to process the competition and if you are a winner we may publish your name on our site. Unless you have consented, we will not pass on your information to any third party. 5. Employees of Middlesex County Cricket Club and members of their immediate families are not permitted to win the competition. 6. No payment or purchase is necessary to enter the competition. 7. The winners of Issue 4 of the Nightwatchman will be picked at random from those who answer the question correctly and email email@example.com with their name and address. 8. The Nightwatchman will be posted out to the winners.. 9. The names of the winners may be posted on www.middlesexccc.com. 10. No changes will be made to the prize specified. There is no cash alternative. 11. No correspondence will be entered into in respect of this competition except with the prize winners.
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