Trent Bridge won’t host an Ashes Check in 2023 however the Nottinghamshire floor will host the finals of the Royal London One-Day Cup from 2020.
The ECB on Wednesday introduced its venues for main home and world fits from 2020 to 2024, together with the 2023 Ashes, plus the “8 venues round which new partnerships can be shaped and new groups created” for the imminent made over T20 pageant.
The Ageas Bowl, the Swalec Stadium, Edgbaston, Headingley, the Oval, Lord’s, Outdated Trafford and Trent Bridge will host T20 groups whilst Lord’s, the Oval, Outdated Trafford, Headingley, Edgbaston are the 5 grounds for the Ashes.
Trent Bridge misses out at the Ashes, simply because it does in 2019, however assists in keeping Check fits in each and every different summer season and takes the 50-over ultimate from its conventional Lord’s house. “As the sector’s 3rd oldest Check Fit venue, it’s extremely vital to us that we proceed to degree a vital quantity of Check cricket,” stated Nottinghamshire’s leader govt, Lisa Pursehouse. “After all we might have very a lot preferred to have staged an Ashes Check, having hosted terrific fits right here in 2013 and 2015; it will had been the icing at the cake.
“Alternatively, given the aid to 6 fits in line with yr, it used to be a massively aggressive bid procedure for Check cricket, so we’re more than happy that we’ve got secured 4 within the five-year duration. That used to be our primary precedence.”