Nottingham Cricket Lovers Society

Thursday, 10th October 2019 : 7.30pm

The first speaker for the new Season of the Nottinghamshire Cricket Lovers Society will be the club’s powerful left-arm seamer, Harry Gurney. Playing originally for Leicestershire, Gurney moved to Trent Bridge in 2012 since when he has been a vital member of the county squad. He was their leading wicket taker in the 2013 County Championship, including the achievement of a hat-trick. Recently he has concentrated on limited overs cricket and was selected for the England touring side in the West Indies. He has played in 10 international matches including games against India and Sri Lanka. He has been a valued acquisition in T20 cricket including spells with the Melbourne Renegades as well as with top sides in India, Pakistan and the UAE. The meeting, which will take the form of a Question and Answer session with legendary Nottinghamshire sports journalist Colin Slater, will begin at 7.30 pm on Thursday 10 October in the Derek Randall Suite at Trent Bridge.

Event Location: Trent Bridge