The Derbyshire Falcons v Nottinghamshire Outlaws Friends Life t20 match this evening has been cancelled due to a waterlogged County Ground.
ECB umpire David Millns carried out an early inspection and judged that the outfield had taken too much water for any realistic prospect of play this evening.
The Club has elected to go above and beyond the standard raincheck policy by offering each ticket holder for tonight’s match entry for two people at any home fixture during the remainder of the season.
Everybody connected with the Club is bitterly disappointed that we aren't able to host one of our showpiece matches of the campaign."
“This game was an opportunity to provide an excellent atmosphere and match-day experience to our members and supporters. It would have been great to see the kind of big crowd at the County Ground that has become traditional for this fixture.
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