Essex Cricket are delighted to announce the opening of the new-look Tees River Gate in partnership with local law firm, Tees.
Tees have been a partner of Essex Cricket since 2017 and are extending their relationship with the Club through the revamped entrance, which is overlooked by their Chelmsford offices.
Members will get a chance to use the gate for Essex Eagles’ opening Vitality Blast fixture against Hampshire Hawks on Friday 11 June as the Club continue to welcome back spectators once again.
As well as the new gate, supporters will also be able to walk through the Champions Walkway and bask in the glory of the team’s recent successes in both the long and short formats of the game.
Ashton Hunt, Group Managing Director at Tees Law, said: “We couldn’t be more excited to take our partnership with Essex Cricket to the next level with the new Tees River Gate. The walk to a sports ground is a nostalgic experience and we’re delighted to add to that with the new gate and Champions walkway, which sit adjacent to our offices.”
John Faragher, Executive Chairman at Essex Cricket, said: “The Cloudfm County Ground is a truly special place during the T20 campaign and we can’t wait for our loyal supporters to finally see us play white-ball cricket live in person again. The new Tees River Gate will make this experience even more special for fans and they’ll get to toast our past successes on their way into the ground.”
Essex Cricket are teaming up with Tees to offer more treats to supporters in June. The first 50 fans to enter via the Tees River Gate during our Vitality Blast fixture against Kent Spitfires on Friday 25 June will receive a complimentary drink on arrival.
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