Alex Hales has signed a new two-year white-ball deal with Notts Outlaws, taking his association with the club to the end of the 2021 season.

The 30-year-old has set the standard as a limited-overs batsman during his time in Nottingham, as his imposing statistics show.

Secure your seats to see Hales in action in Thursday's T20 quarter-final here.

3 – T20 Centuries scored by Hales

Hales remains the only man to have reached three figures for England in a T20 international, bettering the 99 he scored at Trent Bridge against West Indies when hitting an unbeaten 116 to help England recover from 0-2 against Sri Lanka in 2014.

The right-hander was named man-of-the-match after powering England to 190-4 and a six-wicket victory in the World T20 group-stage clash.

Hales’ 101 for Notts against Yorkshire helped the hosts to their record run-chase in T20 cricket, as the green and golds chased 224 to beat Yorkshire in the 2017 group stages.

146.50 – Hales’ strike-rate in T20 cricket for the Outlaws.

Hales' rapid rate of run-scoring is bettered by only four other Notts batsmen, and is the third-best of anybody to have scored at least 500 T20 runs for the county.

3166 – T20 runs scored by Hales for Notts

Hales’ tally is second only to Samit Patel for the Outlaws, with the opener having made 65 fewer appearances.

The 26 fifties scored by Hales for the Outlaws, meanwhile, is more than any other Notts player in the format.

544 – runs scored by Hales in the 2011 Blast, the second-most scored by any Outlaw in a single season.

Hales’ 2011 season remains one of his best statistically, with the opener notching five half-centuries across the course of the T20 campaign. Eight years on, this remains the most fifties scored by an Outlaw in a single T20 season.


Notts Outlaws will face Middlesex in the quarter-final of the Vitality Blast at Trent Bridge on Thursday 5 September with a 7pm start. Secure your seats...