No play possible at Trent Bridge

Friday 10th June 2016
Written by Danny Painter

Heavy rain in the East Midlands caused the abandonment of the NatWest T20 Blast fixture between Derbyshire Falcons and Notts Outlaws at Trent Bridge, without a ball bowled.

The weather had deteriorated long before the scheduled 7.15pm start and umpires Peter Hartley and Neil Mallender had little option but to call off the keenly-anticipated local derby.

The abandonment means both sides claim one point apiece, taking the Falcons on to five points and Notts to three, each having now completed four matches in the North Group.

Click HERE to view Trent Bridge ticket refund information.

Derbyshire are back in action on Sunday when they host Yorkshire Vikings for the eagerly-anticipated local derby in the Royal London One-Day Cup.

Tickets are available, and the best value can be gained by purchasing tickets in advance, before midnight on Saturday.

Tickets for the match versus Yorkshire at Chesterfield on Sunday 12 June have proved popular with supporters and the match is heading for a near-capacity crowd. Supporters can save 20% by purchasing their tickets in advance.


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