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Notts v Worcestershire, LV= Championship, Division One, Trent Bridge, 4th day

Carter defies pain to lift Notts' spirits for Moores

Jul 2, 2015: When Peter Moores, the former England coach, walks into the Trent Bridge dressing room for the first time he will discover a more upbeat county than he might have imagined

David Hopps at Trent Bridge

Notts v Worcestershire, LV= Championship, Division One, Trent Bridge, 1st day

Worcestershire prosper as Notts left threadbare

Jun 29, 2015: Not everybody believes that a side with such abundance of batting talent as Nottinghamshire are actually in a relegation scrap

David Hopps at Trent Bridge

Glamorgan v Derbyshire, LV= County Championship Division Two, Cardiff, 2nd day

Carter reels Derbyshire in

May 4, 2015: Glamorgan's on-loan seamer Andy Carter took four more wickets to take his tally to 12 from three games as the hosts closed day two in a strong position against Derbyshire in Cardiff.

Press Association

Nottinghamshire v Durham, CB40 Group B, Trent Bridge

Lumb keeps selectors on notice

Aug 19, 2012: Nottinghamshire hit their highest-ever score in 40-over cricket to defeat Durham by 43 runs in the Clydesdale Bank 40 at Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire v Leicestershire, FLt20 North Group, Trent Bridge

Lumb blitz secures home quarter-final

Jul 8, 2012: A half-century from Michael Lumb helped Nottinghamshire romp to a 69-run victory over Leicestershire and secure a home FLt20 quarter-final

Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire, FLt20, Trent Bridge

Hussey sets up Nottinghamshire victory

Jun 3, 2011: Nottinghamshire Outlaws got their Friends Life t20 campaign off to a winning start with a 38-run victory over Derbyshire Falcons

County news

Carter and White extend Nottinghamshire stay

Oct 21, 2010: Seamer Andrew Carter and left-arm spinner Graeme White have signed new two-year contracts with Nottinghamshire

ESPNcricinfo staff

Kent v Essex, Canterbury, 3rd day

Carter's five cut through Kent

Jul 31, 2010: It was a day of notable role reversal for Kent old-boys David Masters and Matthew Walker, who marked their return to the St Lawrence ground with performances that nigh-on broke Kentish hearts

Mark Pennell
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