Notts Outlaws have suffered the first defeat of their Friends Life t20 campaign at the hands of Yorkshire.

Riki Wessels' first-ball dismissal set the tone for a below-par batting display that was given impetus by Adam Voges' 70.

The Outlaws posted 148-6 but man of the match Phil Jaques batted through for 58 to keep Yorkshire in control throughout.

Yorkshire top the table and will progress to the quarter-finals whilst Notts need to win one of their remaining two matches to guarantee a spot in the knockout stages.

Voges hit five fours in his knock alongside Michael Lumb (20), Samit Patel (5), James Taylor (15), Chris Read (14) and Steven Mullaney (12) and bowled a tight over for one wicket.

The home team's credentials became briefly plausible when Joe Root was caught by Adam Voges and Jonny Bairstow was smartly stumped by Chris Read

Two routine catches went down to compound a frustrating evening in the field in front of almost 7000 supporters at Trent Bridge as Yorkshire completed victory with 14 balls to spare.

Friday's trip to Derby takes on added significance before the Outlaws wrap up the group stage at home to Leicestershire Foxes on Sunday (play starts 2.40pm).

Support Notts Outlaws in Friends Life t20 action at Trent Bridge:
v Leicestershire Foxes - Sunday 8 July 2.40pm BUY TICKETS

Click here to visit the Notts Outlaws Friends Life t20 microsite and view the Put Some Colour In Your Cricket campaign video.

Ticket Offers - Call 0844 8118711 9.30am-4.30pm Monday-Friday
Under 16s Season Tickets £22
Under 21s Season Tickets £32
Groups of 10 or more adults: £10.40 per ticket (must be purchased by 4pm the day before each game)
Groups of 8 juniors and two adults: £69 (must be purchased by 4pm the day before each game)

Ticket Prices - Click here to buy online
In advance (available until 4pm the day preceding each game): Adults £13 / Under 16s £7 / Senior Citizens £7 / Family (2+2 £33)
On the day: Adults £16 / Under 16s £8 / Senior Citizens £16 / Family (2+2 £40)


If no result is obtained then you will be entitled to use your match ticket for entrance to any other Notts Outlaws Friends Life t20 group match, Clydesdale Bank 40 group match or a day of LV= County Championship cricket at Trent Bridge in 2012.

If play is restricted to 9.5 overs or less and there is no result then you will also have the option of a full refund.

This policy applies to paid-for match tickets only and refunds must be claimed by Friday 14 September 2012.