Ross Taylor says he has thoroughly enjoyed his time at Trent Bridge as he prepares to head home to New Zealand. 

The New Zealander’s stay at Trent Bridge has come to an end with him contributing 506 Specsavers County Championship runs at 33.73 and another 235 at 33.57 in the Royal London One-Day Cup.

Those figures included a fantastic knock of 146 against Essex at Chelmsford that was vital in securing a first win for Notts at the venue in four day cricket since 1984.


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.