Notts Outlaws have revealed their new Royal London One-Day Trophy shirt at the launch of a charity single produced by sponsors Paragon PLC.

James Taylor, Samit Patel, Jake Ball and Steven Mullaney joined Paragon Chairman Alan Hardy to launch the song, entitled Inside Out, at Trent Bridge.

Download Inside Out on iTunes to benefit the Trent Bridge Community Trust

“The song started out as a team building exercise but we soon realised that we were building something with real momentum and potential,” said Alan.

“Throughout the day you could see people really coming out of their shells and beginning to shine. It was inspirational and they realised that so many are people are judged on first impressions.

“That quickly became the cornerstone of the message ‘it’s what’s inside that counts’ as we felt that so many people are overlooked based purely on outward physical appearances. People have such potential if they are given a chance. That message chimes with what we’ve done as a company and we hope to be able to spread it a little further and benefit two great charities as we do it.”

The Trent Bridge Community Trust and Cancer Research UK stand to benefit from funds raised by the distribution of the single which is available through the iTunes store.

Notts Outlaws will wear the new shirt for the first time during their pre-season tour of Barbados.