Rob Ferley expects to get plenty moreopportunities to impress in the Twenty20 Cup and believes Notts can replaceLeicestershire as the dominant force in the Midlands in the competition.
Twenty20 Cup North Group
June 30: Leicestershire Foxes v Notts Outlaws
Start time: 2.40pm
Ferley's coolness under pressure shonethrough as he bowled the Outlaws to victory in the final over against YorkshirePhoenix.
And it's something he's ready to do againin the competition as Notts push on for a place in the quarter-finals for thesecond year running.
He said: "We have got a very methodicalstructure to the way we approach Twenty20 and the results have been clear forthe last two years.
"Teams do this kind of analysis forChampionship matches and it makes sense to repeat that in all competitions.
"Compared to how my old club Kent used toplay matches, there's a lot of planning in place here and most importantly,everyone of us knows our roles and what we're expected to do.
"For me, that includes bowling the final oversin the innings. Seamers are always associated with bowling at the death, but tomy mind spinners can be more accurate, so why shouldn't we do it?
"When we went into the competition I wastold I might be one of the guys bowling at the end and we practiced andprepared with that in mind.
"Leicestershire led the way with that kindof planning in the first few years of the competition. Now hopefully we cantake that mantle from them in the region and become a consistent force in Twenty20."