New Notts T20 captain Joe Clarke is bidding to build on his side's white-ball pedigree as the Outlaws seek a third Vitality Blast crown. 

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Clarke and fast bowler Dillon Pennington feature in the Outlaws’ latest cinematic T20 launch video, produced by Affixxius Films. 

The film marks the return of the #MoreThanAGame campaign, and features a host of cricketing personalities alongside the Notts duo. 

Matt ‘Mattchin’ Horan, who stars alongside Jimmy Anderson and Greg James on the BBC's Tailenders podcast, makes a cameo appearance - as do the Trent Bridge-based women's cricket team The Blaze, the venue's resident DJ Jez Prince and an army of the Outlaws’ most dedicated supporters. 

“We know the tournament is around the corner when our launch video comes out. It’s something we enjoy being a part of, and the final product is always amazing to watch,” Clarke said. 

“I think this year’s version hits the nail on the head in terms of what Trent Bridge can offer. We try to play an aggressive, entertaining brand of cricket which leaves people on the edge of their seats, but there is so much going on which helps elevate the experience around the game itself. 

“On the field, the club has built a really strong record in the competition in the last decade, and it’s something that, as a squad, we want to build on,” he continued. 

“But we want to go further and win it outright, not just qualify. We are in transition, but have got a blend of youth and experience - including on the international stage - and frankly the talent to go a long way in the competition.

“We’ve got to make that count, though. There are no guarantees just because of our previous success - we need to win games of cricket and earn the right to compete for silverware.

“I’m excited to lead us in that effort for the first time, something I am really proud to do.”

The Outlaws’ 2024 T20 campaign begins with the visit of Northamptonshire Steelbacks on Friday 31 May at Trent Bridge - a double header with The Blaze as part of the nationwide Blast Off weekend. 

Notts have qualified for knockout stages of the Blast 12 times in the last 14 years - more than anyone else in the country. 

They are also one of only a handful of teams to have won the title more than once, having won two of the last seven iterations of the tournament (in 2017 and 2020).

The video's ‘More than a game’ theme also nods towards Trent Bridge's renowned matchday experience, with the venue recognised as the most welcoming in the English game at the ECB’s Business of Cricket Awards.