Notts' second-string bowed out of T20 Finals Day at the semi-final stage. suffering a 105-run defeat to Glamorgan at Arundel.
Having won the toss and decided to bowl, the Outlaws were frustrated by Glamorgan's first-wicket stand of 73 before Chris Gibson had Jeremy Lawlor (38) caught and bowled.
Any hopes that this would trigger a Glamorgan capitulation were thwarted when Tom Cullen compiled a significant partnership with Nick Selman before playing Patterson-White into the palms of Saad Ashraf for 41.
It was Selman who would prove to be a thorn in Notts’ side as he catapulted his way to 115 from just 66 balls including 13 boundaries (7 fours and 6 sixes).
And wickets from Jack Blatherwick and Lyndon James weren't enough to stop Glamorgan breaching the 200-mark, as they closed on 204-4.
A stiff challenge for Notts was made even tougher when Ben Slater left the crease prematurely, Roman Walker claiming the first of his brace of wickets to leave Notts 4-1.
A couple of wickets from Kazi Syzmanski in the third over dealt the green and golds a crushing blow Chris Gibson (0) and Chris Nash (5) both being sent back to the pavilion with Notts reeling on 8-3.
Lyndon James and Liam Patterson-White would soon follow, with the score on 39-5 as the innings passed its halfway point.
Syzmanski completed his haul of four wickets when Carter (5) and Blatherwick (4) were sent packing in the 15th over.
Jayden Schadendorf stemmed the tide with a knock of 45, but the innings would end prematurely when Jack Potticary was clean-bowled, the green and golds being dismissed for 99.
The Outlaws now turn their attention to the first team's Vitality Blast clash against Derbyshire at Trent Bridge tomorrow.
Meanwhile, an extra friendly for Nottinghamshire’s second string has been announced, with a game against Sussex Seconds scheduled between September 2-4 at Lady Bay.
There are three further opportunities to catch the Outlaws in T20 action at Trent Bridge this summer, with the next home game under the lights against Derbyshire Falcons on Friday 16 August.