Monday, April 19, 2010
Last Chance to be Hit for Six in the Caribbean
ALL aboard the Sportsnet Holidays Twenty20 Caribbean Crash and Bash tour in the West Indies from April 30.
Sportsnet is offering two exquisite packages to watch Australia take on 12 other teams in what is rapidly becoming the future of cricket – crash and bash Twenty20 style.
Soak up the sun at Barbados and St Lucia from $2,299 in the Crash and Bash tour that also provides a day tour of Barbados. The package includes entry into four group matches and four super 8 (finals) matches as well as two nights accommodation in St Lucia and seven nights accommodation in Barbados; both with breakfast daily.
Or there’s the Twenty20 West Indies Caribbean Final Assault Tour from $1,899 that includes a full day sailing trip in St Lucia and of course general admission tickets to each match day and the Super 8’s Double Header plus seven nights’ stay in St Lucia and Barbados hotels.
Get set for an action-packed time with lots of sixes and perhaps a martini or two tropical style.
To book or for more information, contact Sportsnet on 1300 888 858, via email on email@example.com or visit www.sportsnetholiday.com.
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