Harry Gurney has described the experience of playing in front of 'fanatical' Indian Premier League crowds, as he returns to England ahead of the T20 Vitality Blast campaign.

In the second part of his in-depth interview with trentbridge.co.uk, the 32-year-old also discussed:

  • What he learned from working with South Africa legend Jacques Kallis in India.
  • How the Indian crowd reacted to his dismissal of Virat Kohli.
  • His remaining white-ball ambitions in the game.

Watch the second part of the interview above.


Notts Outlaws open their Vitality Blast campaign against Worcestershire Rapids on Thursday 18th July (7pm), with adult tickets costing £10. Find out more here...