Warwickshire will build on the success of last season's T20 double-header by once again scheduling fixtures for Birmingham Bears' men's and women's teams on the same day.
The concept, successfully implemented for the latter stages of the men's and women's World T20 tournaments since 2009, proved popular when Warwickshire trialled it last season, and they will be repeating the concept at Edgbaston on Sunday, July 16.
Birmingham Bears men will face Leicestershire Foxes at 2.30pm, followed by Birmingham Bears women against Sussex women at 5.30pm.
"It's essential that we continue to build on the success of the women's team from last season, when we came very close to winning the NatWest Women's T20," said Ashley Giles, Warwickshire's director of cricket.
"Playing at an international venue, in-front of a big crowd is an invaluable experience for the development of this team and I'm delighted that we're able to secure this second Double Header Day. Whilst we're hungry for success, we're also committed to growing the women's game and hopefully the day can inspire many more women and girls to get involved in cricket."
Captained by Marie Kelly, Birmingham Bears women finished second to Kent in the NatWest Women's T20 in 2016.