Nottinghamshire were double award winners at the ECB Business of Cricket Awards, taking the prizes for Customer Match Day Experience and Digital Campaign.
Winning the Match Day Experience Award for the second season in succession acknowledges the Club's consistent record for excellence in the way supporters for domestic and international cricket are welcomed to Trent Bridge.
The Digital prize, meanwhile, was secured on the back of the Cricket Has Landed 2 promotional video attracting 160,000 online views, contributing to a record year of NatWest T20 Blast attendances.
“The BOCA awards are all about recognising and rewarding the innovative ways in which together we bring cricket to a wider audience, and the breadth and quality of this year’s entries was truly impressive,” said ECB Chief Executive Officer Tom Harrison.
“2015 was a record-breaking year for county cricket with attendances rising in all three county competitions; an important milestone which owes much to the hard work and dedication of all those working behind the scenes across our domestic game.
“As always, our judging panel were given the unenviable task of picking the winners from an outstanding pool of nominees. We thank them for their efforts and warmly congratulate all our winners on their achievements.”
Warwickshire, Sussex, Lancashire, Kent and Glamorgan were the other winners on the night, while Yorkshire took home the County Recognition Award - as voted by their fellow counties - having enjoyed a successful 2015 in terms of international & domestic attendances and their activity in the community.
The 2015 season has seen dramatic last-gasp four day victories, thrilling limited-overs contests and an historic Investec Ashes Test, all in the unique surroundings of Trent Bridge.
Next season, we’d wager, will be no less enthralling and frankly we’d hate for you to miss out.