The world’s third oldest test match venue.
Alan Walker appeared in 49 first-class matches for Nottinghamshire between 1954 and 1958.
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Dooland played his first game for Notts in 1953 by the season's end he had taken 172 wickets.
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The Committee?s Report of the 1949 Season
Randall joined the Notts Playing Staff in1971 and made his first-class debut in 1972.
In 1983 he established himself in the First XI and become the youngest batsman to hit a century for the County
In 2011 Chris passed 10,000 first class runs for Nottinghamshire.
Sobers signed for Notts in the winter of 1967-68 and made his first-class debut for the team in May 1968.
Notts debut came at Trent Bridge in July 1940 v R.A.F.
Voce made his debut for Nottinghamshire v Gloucestershire at Trent Bridge on June 25th
Without any doubt, the best fast bowler of the inter-war period, indeed he stands equal to the most celebrated of any age.
No post-war Notts player can surely out-class Richard Hadlee.
made his One-Day International debut in August 2006.
Dixon made his debut for Notts in August 1883 and was actively involved with the County Club up to the time of his death
From 1875 to his death he was engaged each season by Nottinghamshire to appear in all their matches.
An Appreciation by Edward W. Elliott
Born in Norton, Yorkshire on March 5th 1876
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2010 will be remembered as the year that we came out on the right side of it in the most prestigious domestic competition in world cricket.
The 2005 season was a huge success for Nottinghamshire. Managing to replicate the form that promoted them to Division 1 in 2004
A Truly Vintage Season By Chairman, Cliff Gillott.
We All Enjoyed The Taste Of Winning, By Chairman John Heatley, 1981
County Champions 1907, o the 20 Home and Home County Matches played, 15 were won, 4 drawn, and 1 abandoned
To the general public in England he was unknown when at the beginning of the 1975 season he made his County debut
Broad's cricket career may have had its controversial moments, but his ability as an opening left-hand batsman was never in doubt.
Born in Hucknall Torkard on June 13th, 1879, he joined the Trent Bridge staff in 1898.
The only cricketer to score 20,000 runs and take 1,000 wickets for Nottinghamshire.
The Father of Trent Bridge
Arthur Carr, captain of Nottinghamshire and England.
Described as ?the noted stumper for the County XI and for quickness of sight, execution and indomitable courage.
Made his first-class debut for Nottinghamshire v M.C.C at Lord's in July 1888.
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Anxious eyes were cast on Nottingham as the morning of the first day?s play between England and Australia.
Augustus Bateman born in West Leake on August 3, 1839.
Anxious eyes were cast on Nottingham as the morning of the first day?s play.