Nottinghamshire and England fast bowler Stuart Broad has been granted a Testimonial by the Club for the 2019 season.
The Nottingham-born 32-year-old joined in 2008 and has since taken 126 wickets at 22.89 in first-class cricket for the Green and Golds.
Broad also sits on 417 Test scalps, the second highest in history by an England bowler behind long-time opening partner James Anderson.
“Stuart has put a great deal of time into this Club since joining 10 years ago, including significant contributions on and off the field,” said Director of Cricket Mick Newell.
“He is thoroughly deserving of this Testimonial and we hope everyone will come out in support of Stuart during the 2019 season.”
“Stuart has put a great deal of time into this Club since joining 10 years ago, including significant contributions on and off the field.” Director of Cricket Mick Newell.
Broad has already contributed to Specsavers County Championship victories at Worcestershire and at home to Hampshire this summer and was a part of the Royal London One-Day Cup-winning squad in 2017.
The right-arm seamer is hoping for more of the same during the remainder of the current season and during his Testimonial year.
He said: “I am incredibly honoured to have been given a Testimonial by the Club and I can’t wait to get started.
“I love playing for Nottinghamshire and being able to call Trent Bridge home, and it would be great to help secure more trophy success in the future.”
Broad has chosen to support The Broad Appeal and Trent Bridge Community Trust charities during his Testimonial year.
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