Notts Outlaws are proud to support the ECB and Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces campaign for the second year in a row.
During both T20 fixtures with Lancashire tonight (Friday 27 July) and Durham on Saturday (28 July), the Outlaws will don the rainbow laces to show that cricket is everyone's game and that LGBT people are welcome and included at every level.
All other T20 Blast and Kia Super League games across this weekend (27 July to 29 July) will also feature the laces as well as rainbow stumps, flags, and big screen ads.
On the campaign, ECB Chief Executive Tom Harrison said: “Cricket is a game for everyone and we’re pleased to be supporting Stonewall and Rainbow Laces once again.
"We’ve been proud to work alongside our principal partner NatWest and the message of their 'Cricket has no Boundaries' campaign rings true with Rainbow Laces.
“Everyone should feel that they are welcome in sport and we want to play our part in building an increasingly inclusive and accepting culture."
Notts Outlaws play Lancashire Lightning under the lights of Trent Bridge on Friday in the T20 Vitality Blast, from 6.30pm. Secure your seats here...