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23rd Apr 2019 - 11:00AM Edgbaston, Birmingham
Royal London One-Day Cup 2019
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Brian Halford
23rd April 2019

One-Day Cup Report: Warwickshire v Notts Outlaws

Nottinghamshire maintained their 100 per cent start to the Royal London Cup campaign with a rock solid 118-run North Group win over Warwickshire at Edgbaston.

After choosing to bat, they piled up 301 for nine thanks mainly to Ben Slater’s classy 100 (115 balls, 15 fours).

The former Derbyshire batsman’s fifth List A century, and first for Notts, crucially held the innings together when it was wobbling at 98 for four. It then underpinned a total which assumed imposing proportions after punchy contributions from Steve Mullaney (40, 43 balls) and then bowlers James Pattinson (33, 25), Luke Fletcher (32, 22) and Matt Carter (21, 14).

It was another pummelling for Warwickshire two days after they suffered their heaviest ever List A defeat, by 194 runs at Northampton, and in reply they were soon in dire straits again at 22 for four.

There was no way back from there. Liam Banks (57, 60 balls) and Alex Thomson (55, 61 balls) offered the home fans a glimmer of light with maiden List A half-centuries but the Notts bowlers worked their way through the batting to leave the Bears 183 all out.

Nottinghamshire set off at a gallop as Slater and Joe Clarke added 81 in 69 balls but the fall of Clarke (39, 34 balls), caught at deep square leg off George Panayi, triggered the loss of four wickets for 17 runs.

Ben Duckett mispulled Panayi to mid-on, then Jeetan Patel struck twice, bowling Jake Libby through an attempted cut and turning one inside Samit Patel to win an lbw decision.

Mullaney offered  Slater intelligent support in a stand of 95 before edging Will Rhodes to wicketkeeper Tim Ambrose. Jeetan Patel then returned to drift one on to Slater’s middle stump and turn one inside Tom Moores’s defence to pin him lbw.

At 207 for seven, Nottinghamshire were in danger of coming in short but Fletcher and Pattinson clubbed 51 in six overs before the former holed out to deep mid-wicket to complete Patel’s five for.  The indefatigable Kiwi finished with five for 45, his second List A five-for, but Notts’ renowned batting depth then showed itself as number 11 Carter slogged 21 from 14 balls including four from the last ball to raise the 300.

The visitors’ momentum spanned the interval as they took four wickets in the first 37 balls. Carter trapped Pollock lbw, Fletcher induced Dom Sibley to play on and Pattinson’s first ball was a superb off-cutter which Sam Hain edged behind. When Ambrose was castled by Fletcher, it was 22 for four and most of another excellent Edgbaston crowd was resigned to another heavy defeat.

Carter added two wickets in seven balls when Will Rhodes was stumped and Chris Woakes fell lbw. Banks unfurled some clean hits, including five four and two sixes, before lifting Samit Patel to long on.

Thomson compiled a fluent 53-ball half-century but Notts were always comfortable and completed a performance in which they looked every inch contenders for the trophy this season.

 

 

Edgbaston Foundation Community Fun Day

A day of fun for the whole family! Edgbaston Foundation’s Community Fun Day will this year take place for the Royal London One-Day Cup match against Lancashire on Saturday 4 May, with Adults only £2 and Under-16s FREE.

The day will offer free family entertainment, including inflatables and face painting, and cricket with Warwickshire in 50-over action starting at 11am.

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22nd April 2019

Spectator Guide: Warwickshire v Notts Outlaws

Are you visiting Edgbaston for the Royal London One-Day Cup match against Notts Outlaws? Take a moment to read our Spectator Guide to ensure your visit is safe, enjoyable and comfortable.

The 50-over fixture on Tuesday 23 April will start at 11am. Tickets for this match are available to buy in advance and on the gate, while under-16s are free.

Key Timings

Gates open: 10am
First session: 11am to 2.30pm
Interval: 2.30pm to 3.15pm
Second session: 3.15pm to 6.45pm

Tickets are available on the gate: Adults £15, Under-16s free
Car Parking is available on the day: £7.50 per car (£5 for Members)

Food & Drink

Feeling peckish? Catering will be available to purchase from the Pavilion Stand and the RES Wyatt & Aylesford Stand for this fixture, with a wide variety of food and drink options.

Pavilion Stand

  • Members Lounge: Eat in food facility serving Dishes of the Day, with bar facilities and hot drinks
  • Cubs Corner: Serving doughnuts, popcorn, crisps, chocolate and soft drinks
  • Exhibition Hall: Bar facility and hot drinks
  • Coffee Pod: Serving tea, coffee, hot drinks and soft drinks, plus danishes and sandwiches

RES Wyatt & Aylesford Stand

  • David Heath: Bar facility, hot and cold food including Dish of the Day and hot drinks
  • Moseley Real Ale Bar: Bar facility and snacks

Parking

On-site parking will be available to buy on the day of this match. Parking will be available at the Main Car Park, accessible via the entrance off Edgbaston Road. Please use our post code B5 7QU to find us.

While the Club will always try to accommodate all vehicles visiting the ground, admittance will be on a first come, first served basis. Please plan your journey in advance and arrive early to guarantee your on-site match day parking.

Public car parking may also be available on a pay and display basis in Cannon Hill Park and/or the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Centre, but note that these car parks are not operated by the Club.

Buses

From Broad Street and Five-Ways Island
Service 1 stops outside the ground on Edgbaston Road.

From Bullring (Debenhams bus stops) & Moor Street Station)
Services 45 & 47 provide a frequency of up to every 5 minutes stop on Priory Road, Pershore Road which is only a few seconds away from the ground.

From Bullring (Debenhams bus stops)
Services X61, 63 & X64 stop on Priory Road, Bristol Rd which is a couple of minutes walk from the ground.

From Bullring (Selfridges Entrance) & Digbeth Coach Station
Service 35 takes you just a few minutes walk away from the ground on Willow Road, Edgbaston Road

Under 16s Information

All under 16s must be accompanied by an adult – otherwise they will not be granted entry. All under 16s go completely free but they will need a ticket – please collect one of these from a steward or the Club Shop.

Free Stadium Wi-Fi

Working with the ECB and The Cloud, Edgbaston has installed a state-of-the-art free Wi-Fi available for all spectators. To connect search for Wi-Fi networks and select “_The Cloud” upon connection login using your existing Cloud account or complete a once only registration form.

Merchandise

Visit the new-look Edgbaston shop, Store ’94, where you will be able to find a range of fantastic merchandise including replica kit, caps, t-shirts and leisure wear. Scorecards will also be available from Store ’94.

New for 2019 – the shop will be stocking a limited edition retro range from the treble winning 1994 season and a new signature collection.

Merchandise can also be purchased online.

Queries

Please email tickets@edgbaston.com if you have any questions about a match day at Edgbaston. Alternatively, please call our team on  0121 369 1994 (option 2), lines are open Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm.

 

Edgbaston Foundation Community Fun Day

A day of fun for the whole family! Edgbaston Foundation’s Community Fun Day will this year take place for the Royal London One-Day Cup match against Lancashire on Saturday 4 May, with Adults only £2 and Under-16s FREE.

The day will offer free family entertainment, including inflatables and face painting, and cricket with Warwickshire in 50-over action starting at 11am.

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