Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club have extended their partnership with Gunn and Moore, the famed cricket bat-maker headquartered in Nottingham.

Under the terms of the deal, Nottinghamshire will expand their retail range to include Gunn and Moore bats and protective equipment. An extended range will be made available on the Trent Bridge website from February.

“Gunn and Moore remain the standard bearer in cricket and the history of our Club is inextricably linked to theirs,” said Nottinghamshire’s Commercial Director Michael Temple.

“We’re delighted to extend our partnership and look forward to putting their bats in the hands of young cricketers across the county.”

The extended partnership announcement comes as Gunn and Moore also announce a personal sponsorship deal with Club Captain Steven Mullaney, who will use their equipment in all competitive cricket.

The existing Gunn and Moore partnership already sees the stalwart Nottingham based manufacturer provide equipment to the Club’s coaching staff, as well as the Club’s Academy and Age Group cricketers.

Their Marketing Manager Tom Coffey welcomed the partnership.

“We’re proud of our roots in Nottingham and it’s a source of great pride to be in the corner of the Club and their Captain,” he said.

“These partnerships are the result of a long history of shared success that we hope will continue to grow for years to come.”


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