WIN tickets to see Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire in T20 Blast

Ryan Sidebottom bowling to Wessels/Voges in the Yorkshire Carnegie v Nothingham Outlaws Friends Life t20 game.
Ryan Sidebottom bowling to Wessels/Voges in the Yorkshire Carnegie v Nothingham Outlaws Friends Life t20 game.
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Notts Outlaws kick off their T20 campaign against the Birmingham Bears on 15th May.

Trent Bridge will host seven NatWest T20 Blast home games in 2015, including five on Friday nights, in what promises to be a series of explosive and dramatic nights of cricket.

Notts Outlaws have been well supported in recent seasons with attendances continuing to grow amidst plaudits for spectator experience.

Adult tickets for the opening fixture on Friday 15 May have been reduced to £10 for adults, £5 for under 16s and £7 for under 21s and over 65s.

Sky Sports have selected Notts Outlaws versus Birmingham Bears as their televised tournament launch fixture and a crowd in excess of 10,000 is anticipated.

“In my opinion Trent Bridge is the best ground to play at, with big crowds and great atmospheres throughout the tournament,” said Steven Mullaney.

“The atmosphere is absolutely phenomenal. The crowd gets right behind us and it’s a great place to play your cricket.

“We’ll be looking to start well against Birmingham Bears on the 15th with a big win.

“They’ve got class throughout their side and we’ll have to play very well. But I’m confident that – if we turn up and play anything like our potential – we should win.”

Notts will then face Yorkshire at Trent Bridge the following Friday . And we are giving you the chance to win on of FIVE pairs of tickets to this match.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question.

How may T20 Blast games will Notts host in 2015?

Email your answers to sport.nmsy@jpress.co.uk by 5pm on Wednesday 20th May. Please include an address and contact phone number.

Visit trentbridge.co.uk/twenty20 to secure tickets or call the ticket office on 0844 8118711.