Kent Set For Trent Bridge Practice
Featured News | 31st March 2010
Nottinghamshire have agreed to allow Kent to train at Trent Bridge following the cancellation of the three day friendly at Canterbury.
The two squads will take part in behind closed doors training sessions at Trent Bridge on Thursday and Friday.
Supporters will have the chance to visit Trent Bridge for the first time in 2010 on Monday when Notts face Leicestershire.
Admission to the 40-over friendly at Trent Bridge is free and will provide an early opportunity for supporters to watch three new signings in action with free activities arranged to entertain families.
There will be no charge for ground tours, face-painting, a bouncy castle, bucking bronco and autograph sessions.
Food will be served in the Long Room throughout the day.
No tickets are required with supporters invited to arrive at any point during the game for free admission. Play begins at 12.30pm.