Notts Outlaws’ run in the Royal London One Day Cup this season has produced some sparkling cricket and seen numerous records shattered along the way.
As the Outlaws prepare for a semi-final at Trent Bridge, we take a look at some of the key numbers from their table-topping group stage performances.
823 | The number of runs in a day when Notts faced Lancashire at Trent Bridge – 107 runs more than any other game in the competition, and the 7th highest List A match total ever seen anywhere in the world.
197 | The partnership between Ben Slater and Joe Clarke against Lancashire – a record for any wicket for Notts against Lancs, and the highest first-wicket partnership in the competition.
433 | Notts’ total in their game against Leicestershire – their second highest List A total of all time.
6 | The number of half-centuries scored by the Outlaws’ top 6 in their clash with Leicestershire – a new List A record.
21 | The number of sixes hit by Tom Moores in the competition – six more than anybody else.
179.24 | Luke Fletcher’s strike rate in the competition – the third-highest of anybody.
299-4 | Nottinghamshire’s total in the run chase against Derbyshire – their highest ever chase in one-day cricket against their local rivals, and the second-highest by any team against Derbyshire.
14,478 | The attendance at Trent Bridge for Notts’ Family Fun Day clash with Yorkshire – a record domestic attendance at the ground.
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