One year ago this month, Nottinghamshire’s Stuart Broad became the seventh bowler – and only the fourth fast bowler – to take 500 wickets in Test matches.

An exhibition organised by the Trent Bridge heritage team under the Smith Cooper Stand will celebrate this historic achievement throughout Notts' four-day game against Derbyshire.

The exhibition takes a look at Stuart's storied international career, from a debut in Sri Lanka to 8/15 and beyond.

Visitors are welcome before the end of the tea interval on each day of the game, while a free competition will give you the opportunity to win a copy of this year’s Wisden, signed by Stuart.

The exhibition will also be at the ‘Tap & Run’ in Upper Broughton from 21 to 25 July, and then at the two Royal London Cup matches that Notts are playing at Welbeck, on 30 July and 1 August

Sample a taste of what to expect from the exhibition above.


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