Trent Bridge / History

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Alan Walker

Alan Walker appeared in 49 first-class matches for Nottinghamshire between 1954 and 1958.

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Bruce Dooland

Dooland played his first game for Notts in 1953 by the season's end he had taken 172 wickets.

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1949 Season

The Committee?s Report of the 1949 Season

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Derek Randall

Randall joined the Notts Playing Staff in1971 and made his first-class debut in 1972.

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Paul Johnson

In 1983 he established himself in the First XI and become the youngest batsman to hit a century for the County

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Chris Read

In 2011 Chris passed 10,000 first class runs for Nottinghamshire.

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Sir Garfield Sobers

Sobers signed for Notts in the winter of 1967-68 and made his first-class debut for the team in May 1968.

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Reg Simpson

Notts debut came at Trent Bridge in July 1940 v R.A.F.

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Bill Voce

Voce made his debut for Nottinghamshire v Gloucestershire at Trent Bridge on June 25th

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Harold Larwood

Without any doubt, the best fast bowler of the inter-war period, indeed he stands equal to the most celebrated of any age.

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Richard Hadlee

No post-war Notts player can surely out-class Richard Hadlee.

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Stuart Broad

made his One-Day International debut in August 2006.

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John Dixon

Dixon made his debut for Notts in August 1883 and was actively involved with the County Club up to the time of his death

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Arthur Shrewsbury

From 1875 to his death he was engaged each season by Nottinghamshire to appear in all their matches.

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Tom ?Topsy? Wass

An Appreciation by Edward W. Elliott

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James Iremonger

Born in Norton, Yorkshire on March 5th 1876

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2010 Season

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.

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2005 Season

The 2005 season was a huge success for Nottinghamshire. Managing to replicate the form that promoted them to Division 1 in 2004

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1987

A Truly Vintage Season By Chairman, Cliff Gillott.

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1981

We All Enjoyed The Taste Of Winning, By Chairman John Heatley, 1981

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1907 Team

County Champions 1907, o the 20 Home and Home County Matches played, 15 were won, 4 drawn, and 1 abandoned

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Clive Rice

To the general public in England he was unknown when at the beginning of the 1975 season he made his County debut

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Chris Broad

Broad's cricket career may have had its controversial moments, but his ability as an opening left-hand batsman was never in doubt.

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George Gunn Snr

Born in Hucknall Torkard on June 13th, 1879, he joined the Trent Bridge staff in 1898.

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John Gunn

The only cricketer to score 20,000 runs and take 1,000 wickets for Nottinghamshire.

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William Clarke

The Father of Trent Bridge

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Arthur Carr

Arthur Carr, captain of Nottinghamshire and England.

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Charles Brampton

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Samuel Biddulph

Described as ?the noted stumper for the County XI and for quickness of sight, execution and indomitable courage.

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Gordon Beves

Made his first-class debut for Nottinghamshire v M.C.C at Lord's in July 1888.

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Ashes Fever in 1934

Anxious eyes were cast on Nottingham as the morning of the first day?s play between England and Australia.

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Augustus Bateman

Augustus Bateman born in West Leake on August 3, 1839.

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William Barnes

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1930s Ashes

Anxious eyes were cast on Nottingham as the morning of the first day?s play.

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