Date of birth: 4 May 1983, New South Wales, Australia
Nottinghamshire First-Class Debut: 22 May 2016 v Hampshire (Southampton)
2017 and 2020 Blast-winning captain Dan Christian has earned a place in Outlaws folklore after six years with Notts, five of them as T20 skipper.
The all-rounder scored 356 runs at an average of 35.60 and with a strike rate of 153.44 in the 2017 title-winning campaign, as well as taking 11 wickets at 23.54, with an economy rate of 9.65.
His form since then has been no less impressive, with the right-hander hitting the second-fastest century in English domestic cricket history when smashing 113* against Northants in 2018.
In 2020, Christian was named man of the match in both of the Outlaws' Finals Day fixtures, hitting four successive sixes to carry his side past Lancashire in the semi-final before producing a miserly bowling spell in the final against Surrey.
Born in New South Wales, he has played for his home state, South Australia and Victoria, as well as a number of different limited-overs outfits.
The globetrotting all-rounder has amassed a formidable trophy collection, winning three Big Bash titles (and being man-of-the-match in the 2019 final), the Caribbean Premier League (2017) and the Mzansi Super League (2018), in addition to three T20 titles in English cricket with Hampshire and Notts.