Trent Rockets

Founded: 2019

Venue: Trent Bridge (17,500)

Since: 2020

Men’s Head Coach: Stephen Fleming

Since: 2021

Division: The Hundred (men)

Since: 2021

Women’s Head Coach: Salliann Briggs

Since: 2021

Division: The Hundred (women)

Since: 2021


Twitter: @TrentBridge

The cities newest professional sports team was set to compete in the first ever hundred ball cricket competition in the summer of 2020 before coronavirus delayed the debut season for a year.

Designed to re-invigorate cricket, the hundred is a franchise competition involving eight teams from across the country and Trent Rockets are based right here in Nottingham playing largely out of the world renowned Trent Bridge.

With a men and women’s team drafted of international cricketers and household names, 2021 was the flagship campaign and whilst the women struggled to a seventh place finish in their debut season, the men finished third and reached the eliminator match before losing out to Southern Brave who went on to take the inaugural title in the final.

2022 results & fixtures (men)

06.08.22 Birmingham Phoenix (h) 14:30

09.08.22 Northern Superchargers (a) 18:30

13.08.22 Manchester Originals (a) 14:30

15.08.22 Birmingham Phoenix (a) 18:30

17.08.22 Oval Invincibles (h) 19:00

20.08.22 London Spirit (h) 19:00

25.08.22 Southern Brave (a) 19:00

29.08.22 Welsh Fire (h) 19:00

*The Hundred group stages unless stated (in brackets)

2022 full squad (men)

Matthew Carter, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Ben Cox, Lewis Gregory, Alex Hales, Rashid Khan, Dawid Malan, Tom Moores, Steven Mullaney, Joe Root, D’Arcy Short, Luke Wood Luke Wright, Samit Patel, Timm van der Gugten, Sam Cook.

2022 results & fixtures (women)

13.08.22 Manchester Originals (a) 11:00

15.08.22 Birmingham Phoenix (a) 15:00

17.08.22 Oval Invincibles (h) 15:30

20.08.22 London Spirit (h) 15:30

25.08.22 Southern Brave (a) 15:30

29.08.22 Welsh Fire (h) 15:30

*The Hundred group stages unless stated (in brackets)

2022 full squad (women)

Nat Sciver, Katherine Brunt, Elyse Villani, Kathryne Bryce, Abbey Freeborn, Nancy Harman, Lucy Higham, Sarah Glenn, Sophie Molineux, Annabel Sutherland, Sammy Jo-Johnson, Rachel Priest, Heather Graham, Sarah Glenn, Georgia Davis.