Notts Outlaws have extended their ‘kids for a quid’ offer for Sunday’s Friends Provident t20 match against Worcestershire Royals at Trent Bridge (play starts 2.30pm).
Under 16s will now be able to pay on the day to watch England internationals Stuart Broad and Ryan Sidebottom unite with Australian stars David Hussey and Dirk Nannes in the strongest Notts Outlaws team ever.
Notts have high hopes for success in the competition and their star names will be reinforced by former England internationals Chris Read, Samit Patel, Ali Brown, Paul Franks and Darren Pattinson, New Zealander Andre Adams and young guns Luke Fletcher, Alex Hales, Graeme White and Steven Mullaney.
“No other team in the competition can call on four ICC World Twenty20 finalists and it’s up to us to capitalise on that,” said Mick Newell.
“We’re pleased to have secured the services of Dirk Nannes and David Hussey and the availability of Ryan and Stuart is an added bonus for us.”
Kids for a quid tickets for Sunday’s game are available from trentbridge.co.uk, the Trent Bridge ticket office on Bridgford Road, the ticket hotline (0844 8118711) and can also be purchased at the ground on the day of the game.
Notts begin their home campaign against Derbyshire Falcons at Trent Bridge on Friday (6pm).