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A white ball has not yet been bowled

this summer, but Trent Bridge is

already unveiling a groundbreaking

first for the NatWest T20 Blast.The

tournament’s opening fixture against

the Birmingham Bears on 20 May will

be theWilliam Clarke Stand’s T20

debut as Trent Bridge’s family area.

Situated between the Radcliffe Road

End and the Smith Cooper Stand, the

William Clarke Stand will be alcohol-

Outlaws unveil

Family Stand

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“The carnival

atmosphere will be well

worth sampling.”


free and is perfectly located for a host

of family fun entertainment in the

Trent Bridge Inn Courtyard.

The Outlaws Cricket Zone will

provide the opportunity for

youngsters to enjoy supervised cricket

activities, while an array of giveaways

will also be available.

Freestyle entertainers and a host of

family-friendly catering options will

also be active in this location. Nuts

the Squirrel will never be far away –

and the Outlaws team will be signing

autographs in front of the Pavilion at

the end of the match.

Seating throughout the ground is

unreserved at all Blast matches,

meaning the way to ensure seats in

theWilliam Clarke Family Stand is to

arrive at the ground early and enjoy

the production on the big screen.

“Making these occasions more

enjoyable for families is a key factor in

continuing to grow our NatWest T20

Blast audience,” said Nottinghamshire

Commercial Director JustinTose.

“With freestyle entertainers, catering

units and distribution of a range of

giveaways from the giant helmet, the

carnival atmosphere in and around

that area before the match will be well

worth sampling.”