One local family won't have to worry about jumping online to purchase tickets for Manuka's maiden test match with the Levings Family presented with the first 'public' tickets this morning at Manuka Oval. 

Cricket ACT CEO Cameron French and Venues Canberra Director Liz Clarke presented the family with a family pass this morning to coincide with tickets going on sale to the public today at 10am. 

Chris, Jenny, Owen and Clare Levings are all actively involved in junior and indoor cricket with both parents volunteers for Weston Creek Molonglo Cricket Club and both children involved in numerous outdoor and indoor cricket programs. 

"We wanted to save the very first public family pass for a family that represents what we are all about at Cricket ACT and why I am so proud that we are continuing to bring international elite content to Canberra to give our young up and coming cricketers the opportunity to see the world’s best close-up," said Cameron French

"Parents Chris & Jenny and their children Owen and Clare are a fantastic representation of a local cricketing family in our region and we are excited to be able to bring top quality cricket to their backyard to continue to grow their love and passion for our game.

"Between their family – we have two qualified umpires, four indoor cricket players, two junior players, two junior club volunteers, two current representative players and four extremely passionate cricket lovers.

 

Tickets for both the test between Australia and Sri Lanka on February 1-5 and the Prime Ministers XI v South Africa on October 31 are now on sale to the public via ticketek.com.au