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Notts on the verge of historic treble
4 September 2017
A year on from a disappointing relegation from the County Championship’s top division, the Nottinghamshire Outlaws have without doubt proved they more than deserve their place at the very top of the English domestic game.
Pattinson: deep inside enemy territory
23 April 2017
The Sunday Times talks to James Pattinson about playing for Nottinghamshire this season.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CCC OFFICIAL KIT LAUNCH
10 March 2017
Masuri are delighted to announce a deal with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club to provide both state-of-the-art custom helmets and high-performance teamwear to the entire club.
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has signed a new agreement with Masuri to be its Official Helmet Supplier for the next four years
28 February 2017
Masuri – which is the most widely used cricket helmet in the international and First Class game – will provide navy Warwickshire helmets and yellow Birmingham Bears helmets for the professional squad as part of the new deal.
New StemGuard Ties
12 January 2017
The new Masuri StemGuard Ties are easily attached to prevent the StemGuard from leaving the helmet upon impact.
Cricket Victoria and McDonald's join forces to provide helmets for kids
12 December 2016
McDonald's Victoria has partnered with Cricket Victoria to provide one Masuri cricket helmet with StemGuard protection to every registered junior cricket club in Victoria this year.
Angelo Mathews survives after scare
10 September 2016
Sri Lankan skipper Angelo Mathews had his helmet to thank for after being hit by a nasty delivery from Australian pacer Scott Boland. The incident took place in the 5th ball of the 13th over in the 4th ODI between hosts Sri Lanka and visitors Australia in Dambulla.
CHRIS ROGERS BACKS SAFER HELMET DIRECTIVE
29 April 2016
As reported by the Guardian: Former Australian Test opener Chris Rogers has applauded measures taking helmet choice out of the hands of players. His comments follow the the decision of England cricketers Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott to defy a directive this month to use the safer England and Wales Cricket Board-approved helmets, which brought them in line with decisions made by Cricket Australia last year, instead reverting to the helmets they had worn throughout their careers.
WHY CRICKET NEEDS TO SUPPORT SAFER HELMETS
19 April 2016
Kieswetter, Broad, Shehzad, McClenaghan, Rossouw, Miller, Samuels, Pollard… all high profile players who have recently suffered serious facial injuries whilst wearing an 'old style' helmet. There are many more examples in the next tier of the sport that never make the news...