Celebrating today's Ashes win were the Harris family from Ruddington in Nottingham.
Dad, Wayne, said although he brought a fan with him from 'down-under' -they were still firm friends after England's emphatic 3-1 series win.
It took just 39 minutes for Alistair Cook's side to see off the final three wickets in the fourth test at Trent Bridge.
The final test will be at the Oval later this month - but as the Ashes are England's once again - the only thing left to play for is pride.
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Stuart Broad has spoken to press ahead of the 4th test on Thursday.
"It's been a fascinating series because you just don't know what's going to to happen... It is a great ground we get fantastic support here but I think I'm a bit bias! The guys who played the ODI here at the start of the year say the support was fantastic and I think we'll get that again."
England have taken a 2-1 lead in the Ashes after winning the Third Test at Edgbaston by eight wickets.
Ian Bell and Joe Root saw England home to ensure victory was completed within three days.
Despite losing Alastair Cook and Adam Lyth relatively cheaply, England look on course to win the Third Test.
Ian Bell has reached 37 not not and Joe Root is looking comfortable at the other end with just 57 runs needed for victory.
Australia have set England a target of 121 to win the Third Test at Edgbaston.
England lost the wicket of Peter Nevill in the first hour of day three, but made steady progress.
Steven Finn had Nevill caught behind for 59, as Australia moved to 81 runs ahead, which won't worry England too much.
Mitchell Starc is still at the crease on 36 non out.
England fast bowler Jimmy Anderson has been ruled out of the Fourth Test at Trent Bridge, the ECB have confirmed. Lancastrian Anderson suffered a side strain on Thursday forcing him to leave the field of play mid-over.
England are on the brink of a 2-1 Ashes lead at Edgbaston, but already appear to be bracing themselves for James Anderson's absence from next week's fourth Test.
Anderson had to leave the field mid-over on day two in Birmingham, wincing in pain with an injury England later described as a "tight side".
Steven Finn had much to do with England's surge towards a mid-series advantage, taking five for 45 to push his match tally up to seven wickets in his comeback Test after two years out of the team.
But even as he reflected on that heartening success so far, Finn admitted concerns that Anderson - who took six first-innings wickets here - may not be fit to take part on his happiest hunting ground of all in Nottingham next week.
For Jimmy to walk off halfway through an over, it can't be too good. But who knows - with some magical medical healing and some rehab, you never know.
Jimmy loves bowling at Trent Bridge - everyone knows that. If he was to miss it, it would be a big loss - but we don't know yet.
Steven Finn clean bowled Mitchell Marsh to leave Australia on 92-5, still 53 behind England.
The Middlesex paceman now has four wickets in the second innings, making it an impressive return to Test cricket after a two-year absence.