Bears are after new members.
WARWICKSHIRE membership for the 2010 season is now available and the county is hoping to recruit some new home followers to see Ian Westwood's side aim for success in three domestic competitions next summer.
County cricket's new structure in 2010 means the Bears' home season will consist of eight championship matches, eight Twenty20s and six games in the new 40-over competition. That is potentially at least 46 days cricket covered by membership of the club.
Current members who renew before February 1, 2010 will benefit from a price freeze on their subscription.
Those renewing after that date will be subject to an increase.
All new members will be subject to a pounds 30 joining fee.
Warwickshire members also have access to discounted tickets for internationals played at Edgbaston - in the case of 2010 an England v Pakistan Test match and a one-day-international between England and Bangladesh.
Anyone interesting in becoming a member should call 0870 062 1902.
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|Publication:||Birmingham Mail (England)|
|Date:||Nov 3, 2009|
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