Bowling coach Andy Pick was pleased to see Notts Outlaws buck recent history with a dominant win in Durham. Notts stormed to a nine wicket win in the NatWest T20 Blast at Chester-le-Street as they made it three victories in a row. After restricting the hosts to 123 all out at a ground where they have struggled in recent years, Pick was understandably delighted with the bowlers ahead of tomorrow’s game against Worcestershire Rapids at Trent Bridge. “We put in a good performance there.
Apostolos Vellios netted his fourth and fifth goals of pre-season to maintain his claim for a starting place, while helping Nottingham Forest notch up a third straight win. The Greek international struck twice in the space of three second half minutes to help Mark Warburton’s side fight their way back from behind and see off their most difficult opponents yet, in newly promoted La Liga side Girona.
The Post and Notts Outlaws have teamed up to give away FIVE pairs of free tickets for Wednesday’s NatWest T20 Blast game against Worcestershire Rapids. A record crowd of 14,123 were at Trent Bridge to witness one of the great games in the competition’s history on Friday, as Notts beat local rivals Derbyshire by five runs after putting 227 runs on the board.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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