As New Zealand visit Trent Bridge to face England for the first time since 2008, celebrations are abound of the rich history of men from the land of the long white cloud to have represented Nottinghamshire down the years. 

From Richard Hadlee’s stalwart service of the 70s and 80s, to multiple stints over a 20-year period from Chris Cairns, there are no shortage of players to have worn both the white fern and the green and gold trim with distinction.

Standing tall among them is Stephen Fleming; a man who, despite only gracing the venue with his presence for three years, left with friends and admirers in equal measure, a leadership legacy, a Championship winner’s medal and many a Trent Bridge tale besides.

Coming up at Trent Bridge

There's a host of on-field action to come at our vibrant venue through the course of the summer, including:

  • Vitality Blast: Notts Outlaws are bidding to reclaim the T20 crown they won in 2017 and 2020, with four further group-stage home fixtures to come. Secure your seats here…
  • Royal London Cup Final: county cricket's long-running 50-over showpiece returns to our home on Saturday 17 September. Tickets will be on general sale from Wednesday 8 June at
  • The Hundred: an all-star cast will don Trent Rockets yellow for four matchdays at Trent Bridge during the summer holidays, including three men's and women's double-headers. Secure your seats here...