Nottinghamshire Women need one win from their final double header of the T20 competition tomorrow to be sure of retaining their Division One status – regardless of what happens elsewhere.

Sussex and Worcestershire are the visitors to Welbeck CCC who themselves both have something to play for, but for contrasting reasons.

The South Coast county, currently second, are in with a chance of winning the title while the Pears, in seventh, need two victories and results to go their way if they are to stay up.

“We’ll be looking to put in the type of all-round performances we have put in to beat Yorkshire and Surrey,” said Head Coach Martyn Kiel.

Elsewhere, Middlesex sit in first place and play Kent (fourth) and Warwickshire (third) at Beckenham. You can view the current table here.

Notts’ next fixture after the conclusion of the T20 competition is a double header at New Road on 29 July – Outlaws v Rapids in the Blast. 


T20 returns to Trent Bridge on 4 July with a 2017 Finals Day rematch of Notts Outlaws v Birmingham Bears. Tickets are £10 in advance for adults, £7 for over-65s & under-21s and £5 for under 16s. Secure your seats now.