Watch as former New Zealand all-rounder Sir Richard Hadlee describes his time spent with Nottinghamshire as some of the best years of his career.
Hadlee, who played 86 Tests and 116 One-Day Internationals for New Zealand, played for Nottinghamshire between 1978 and 1987.
He describes his time at Trent Bridge as the best opportunity he had in the game and says his time there represented his best years in the game.
He scored 5,854 runs at an average of 38.76 in 148 first-class games for Nottinghamshire, also taking 622 wickets at an average of 14.51.
In 160 one-day games, he scored 2,951 runs and took 231 wickets.
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