The  PCA Masters, sponsored by Sodexo and captained by Nick Knight, take on South Africa in a Twenty20 at The Wormsley Cricket Ground, in High Wycombe, on August 13.

We have teamed up with the PCA to bring a fantastic prize for local cricket fans worth £350, we have a pair of full hospitality VIP passes to the match. There are also two runner-up prizes of a pair of match tickets.

Tickets, which must be bought in advance, are available for £20 and offer the chance to see the players close up. With red kites circling overhead, it's a more relaxed environment than many cricket grounds. Phone Ticketmaster on 0870 534 4444, quoting Wormsley, or buy online at www. ticketmaster.co.uk.

The gates open at 11am, giving ample time for picnics, the chance to watch players warming up and the PCA Masters Community Coaching Session. The coaching is made possible through the support of Sodexo. The match starts at 2pm.

The PCA Masters team, packed with Twenty20 specialists, includes stars from past and present such as Ian Harvey (Australia, Indian Cricket League and Hampshire all-rounder), Chris Lewis (England and Surrey), Nathan Astle (New Zealand and Lancashire) and Mark Alleyne (England and Gloucestershire).

The venue, built by the late American-born British philanthropist, Sir John Paul Getty, is unique. Now revered by many as one of the most beautiful in the world, no expense has been spared to get the pitch to Test standard.

The ground boasts both a thatched pavilion and scoreboard.

For your chance to win the pair of VIP passes or the runner-up prize, simply answer the following question correctly by the closing date of Friday, August 8:

Q: What birds of prey are typically seen circling Wormsley?

Send your answer, along with your address and daytime phone number, entitled Cricket Competition, by email to sport@bucksad.co.uk or by post to Buckinghamshire Advertiser Series, The Vale, Chalfont St Peter, SL9 9ST.