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Win Tickets To Watch Nottinghamshire Outlaws In T20 Action Against Lancashire Lightning

14 May 2014

Nottinghamshire Outlaws are giving Notts County fans a chance to win a family ticket for their T20 fixture with Lancashire Lightning on Friday 16 May (6.30pm).

All you have to do is head over to the club’s official Facebook and Twitter pages right now to enter yourself into the draw.

The club will have a family ticket for the official Facebook page, which you can win by simply liking the following post: 

Notts Outlaws begin their NatWest T20 Blast campaign this friday, with Lancashire Lightning arriving at Trent Bridge. Tickets are just £10 when bought in advance. To win a family ticket for the fixture, simply share this status. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/OutlawsT20 

Alternatively retweet the following on our official Twitter page: 

The summer of sport begins. RT to win a family ticket for Notts Outlaws v Lancashire Lightning: http://bit.ly/OutlawsT20

Notts Outlaws NatWest T20 Blast Fixtures & Ticket Information
v Lancashire Lightning - Friday 16 May 6.30pm 

TICKET OFFER 
Adults £10 / U16s £5 / U21s £7 / Over 65s £7

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Gurney: "We have the depth to challenge in T20"

Notts Outlaws bowler Harry Gurney has backed his fellow seamers to fill the void left by Jake Ball’s omission through injury.

Gurney was absent from Nottinghamshire’s LV= County Championship draw against Somerset but will be back in the Outlaws side to face Lancashire Lightning when the NatWest T20 Blast launches at Trent Bridge on Friday 16 May.

“Jake will be very frustrated because he became a key member of our white ball teams last season,” said Gurney, who is tipped to make his England debut in Friday’s One Day International against Scotland.

“He had a similar disappointment when he missed the YB40 final with a back injury last season but he’s quite philosophical about it and he will bounce back.

“The prognosis is such that he won’t miss the entire competition and there is plenty of cricket for him to make his mark on this season.”

Gurney highlighted Luke Fletcher’s display against Marcus Trescothick’s Somerset in the 2012 quarter-final as evidence that there is enough depth in the squad to maintain a threatening pace attack.

“Luke Fletcher hit 24 consecutive yorkers against Somerset and he would have played much more white ball cricket if he wasn’t so important to our championship plans,” said Gurney.

“That shows the options that we have in the squad and I’m sure Mick’s phone will be ringing with overseas options.”

Notts Outlaws have maintained an exemplary record in the group stage matches at Trent Bridge but have suffered three successive defeats in home quarter-finals. 

They have been installed as second favourites for the competition behind Hampshire and Gurney believes that home form early in the contest will set the tone for a Finals Day charge.

“The basis of our home form has been to execute the basics better than our opponents and that’s what we’ll look to do from the first ball of the competition,” said Gurney.

“It’s an elongated tournament and we’ve seen some teams field weaker teams towards the end of the group stage if they’re out of contention so a good start can be vital to take advantage of that.”

While Notts Outlaws have, so far, elected not to contract an overseas player for the tournament, they are not short of star power with 11 players in the squad to have represented England.

“Leicestershire’s capture of Scott Styris is an example of how a marquee signing can make a side a tougher proposition,” said Gurney.

“An international signing adds a lot to a side because of their experience and their ability to perform under pressure.

“We saw Ian Butler do very well for us last year but we’re blessed with a lot of talent in the squad and a lot of players with a track record of success in this format.

“There is no better opening partnership than Alex Hales and Michael Lumb and bowlers will not enjoy facing them at Trent Bridge.”

Season tickets at Nottinghamshire Cricket include access to all seven group stage home fixtures and a no rain guarantee. Click here to secure your seat. Adults £70 / Over 65s £49 / Families £175 / Under 21s £35 / Under 16s £25

For tickets and more information visit trentbridge.co.uk/Twenty20 or call 0844 811 8711

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