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Andre Adams – Is Zealand’s loss, Nottinghamshire’s gain?

Andre (not Andrew as my spell checker prefers to call him) Ryan Adams. Now aged 36, and three quarters, joined the Outlaw’s in 2007 – you would imagine after a highly successful international career with New Zealand. Since joining he has been the main-stay of their attack. 25 wickets in three-and-a-bit games this season, 67 … Continue reading

England’s batting conundrum: Who should be at No.6?

Following Paul Collingwood’s retirement, England took the brave decision to replace him with Eoin Morgan, a proven One-Day and Twenty20 player, but a player with what can only be explained as an average first-class record. Occasionally selectors manage to pull-one out of the bag, selecting someone with a modest record, who then proves himself better at playing … Continue reading

James Taylor agrees deal with Nottinghamshire

England Lions batsman James Taylor, who was also a target for Warwickshire, has moved to Trent Bridge and signed a three-year deal with Nottinghamshire. His former county Leicestershire and the Outlaws have agreed a compensation fee for Taylor, who had a year left on his deal at Grace Road. Leicestershire had previously said they would … Continue reading

CB40 groups decided for 2012

CB40 holders Surrey have been drawn against runners-up Somerset in the 2012 competition – and semi-finalists Durham have also been thrown into a tough-looking Group B.

Ashes return to Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire’s Trent Bridge will host two Ashes Tests after the England and Wales Cricket Board announced international venues until 2016.

Training Days – With Stuart Broad

Who says International Cricket was a full-time job? Not only is the Nottinghamshire paceman leading the England bowling attack while on Test and ODI duty, but the 25 year-old has been given the honour of leading his country on the Twenty20 stage. And he stil manages to find time to film an advert for Maximuscle where he had … Continue reading

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