The total raised by the Together Through This Test auction has breached the £20,000 barrier, little over a week since the cricket-wide fundraiser was launched.

The auction, orchestrated by Nottinghamshire CCC and operated by Club Sponsors John Pye Auctions, has attracted widespread support from the cricket community, with the PCA, MCC, ECB and all 18 first-class counties providing lots.

Browse the lots on offer, and place your bids, here.

Signed shirts from England stars Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer and Jack Leach are all going under the hammer, whilst a hospitality package at next summer’s Lord’s Test match against India currently proving most popular.

Funds raised will be donated to a range of causes nominated by each organisation involved, with Notts’ lots benefiting the Trent Bridge Community Trust and the Nottingham branch of Guru Nanak’s Mission.

Lots donated by Nottinghamshire include a Trent Bridge ticket package comprising hospitality at a day of next year’s Test, two tickets for England’s IT20 against Pakistan and full 2021 membership.

Meanwhile, a golf package including four-balls with Jake Ball and Steven Mullaney, and Luke Fletcher and Alex Hales, is up for grabs - as is a print commemorating Stuart Broad’s 2011 Test hat-trick against India signed by the seamer.

Bids are also invited for an Outlaws adidas supporters’ package, with the winning bidder receiving a 2021 family Outlaws season ticket and adidas match shirts.


Browse all lots available, and place your bids, here.