Benefit from the Ashes for Free with our Headingley Overlooking Dwelling and Uncover the Final Perks

FOUR college students who dwell in a home that overlooks Headingley stadium say they’ll watch the Ashes free of charge – however that’s not one of the best half.

The Leeds Beckett lads have gotten a birds-eye view of the third Check on the cricket floor and dodged shelling out £150-per-day for tickets.

Ben Mellor, Alfie Johnston, Rory Kinrade and Elliot Longworth have gotten a birds-eye viewCredit score: NB PRESS LTD

Their shared student pad overlooks Headingley stadium, where England are playing Australia in the Ashes

Their shared scholar pad overlooks Headingley stadium, the place England are enjoying Australia within the AshesCredit score: NB PRESS LTD

The friends clambered onto the recent slate roof of the shared scholar pad overlooking the house of Yorkshire Cricket Membership with ice-cold beers and a radio to tune into match commentary.

They went viral on Twitter, particularly with followers Down Below, after watching day two with an Aussie TV reporter.

Second 12 months PE scholar Rory Kinrade, 20, instructed the Solar: “Howzat for a view – we’ve acquired one of the best seats in the home… free of charge.

“It have to be one of the best scholar lodging within the nation. It’s like we’ve acquired a Check match in our again backyard.

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“There’s a phrase in Yorkshire, ‘owt for nowt’, and that is the last word.

“We are able to see 80 per cent of the pitch and we’ve acquired a transparent view of whoever is batting.

“The very best factor is we don’t have the queue on the bar – or for the bathroom!”

Footage from Sky Sports activities’ protection yesterday panned to Elliot Longworth, 21, who was accused of nodding off on the roof along with his arms outstretched.

Photographs of him seemingly snoozing within the solar went viral on social media.

However the second 12 months sports activities enterprise administration research firmly denied having a nap.

He stated: “I’ve been stitched up. I shut my eyes for a second and thought nothing of it. Then my telephone began blowing up.

“There’s no manner I may have fallen asleep yesterday, it was such an excellent sport.

“I’m an enormous cricket fan and to observe this from the roof is simply good. We have to be the luckiest college students within the nation.”

Rory and Elliot, plus friends Ben Mellor and Alfie Johnston, each 21, thought they’d miss out on the motion from their balcony – solely to grasp that the rooftop offered a grandstand view of England’s makes an attempt to claw again the sequence with Australia 2-0 up.

Rory, from Manchester, added: “We had been truly going to attempt to get tickets however we’re college students on a finances, so it was by no means going to occur.

“That’s once we realised that if we may get on the roof we may watch all of it free of charge.

“We are able to see 80 per cent of the pitch – it’s solely the very fringe of the boundary that’s obstructed.

“We had been pondering of placing some indicators up on the roof to antagonise the Aussies however all we’ve acquired is a few A4 paper.”

Elliot, whose part-time shifts in Nando’s will cease him from watching Saturday’s motion, added: “I’m an enormous cricket fan and to observe Ben Stokes tear it up is wonderful.

“The ambiance has been good. The place erupts with noise when England take a wicket.”

The antics of the perched–up onlookers has captured the creativeness of audiences on social media.

“Have a look at these folks watching the sport from a roof as a substitute of paying for a ticket. That’s not within the spirit of cricket,” tweeted one.

“How a lot did that view value? Nothing… It’s on the home,” one other joked.

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A 3rd added: “Three lads going by means of a roof patch.”

It comes after a pair dwelling subsequent to Wimbledon tennis complicated say they’re getting fed-up of the infernal racket brought on by the annual competitors.

The pals clambered onto the hot slate roof to watch the Third test

The friends clambered onto the recent slate roof to observe the Third checkCredit score: NB PRESS LTD

They went viral on Twitter after watching day two with an Aussie TV reporter

They went viral on Twitter after watching day two with an Aussie TV reporterCredit score: Getty

The rooftop provided a grandstand view of England's attempts to claw back the series

The rooftop offered a grandstand view of England’s makes an attempt to claw again the sequenceCredit score: NB PRESS LTD