Watchalong: 1981 NatWest Trophy Final

Sunday 28th June 2020
Written by Tom Skinner

Join Derbyshire greats, Geoff Miller, Alan Hill and Colin Tunnicliffe as we re-live the 1981 NatWest Trophy final at Lord’s.

It’s an iconic moment in Derbyshire’s 150-year history – the 1981 NatWest Trophy victory in front of thousands of travelling Derbyshire supporters.

Hear from Geoff Miller, who started that season as captain, as well as opening batsman Alan ‘Bud’ Hill and the tournament’s leading wicket-taker, Colin Tunnicliffe, as the trio re-watch highlights of that memorable day.

Join in the action across social media on Sunday using the hashtag #WeAreAllDerbyshire

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Join us for the ‘live’ watchalong from 11am on Sunday.

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Fixture Details

Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire 
NatWest Trophy Final 1981 – Lord’s
Highlights watchalong with Miller, Hill & Tunnicliffe
Full Re-Stream ‘LIVE’
Sunday 28 June
From 11.00am

If you are unable to join us live, you can still catch-up on the action which will remain on the club’s YouTube channel HERE.

Together, We Are All Derbyshire. Share memories, favourite moments and engage with fellow supporters. Get in touch on social media, at, or call 01332 388 101.

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