The women's result may not have gone their way, but Trent Rockets were the perfect hosts to Manchester Originals in The Hundred
Sunday marked the first matchday of the final round of group games with Trent Rockets at home to Manchester Originals in what was a vital clash for both Trent's women and men.
Liverpool's Zuzu was in town to entertain the Nottingham crowd with her performance.
Meanwhile, even Trent Rockets DJ Charlie Burley couldn't resist having a little dance behind the decks.
Even a quick rain shower couldn't dampen the spirits of the Nottingham crowd.
Trent Rockets Women started strongly led by Sammy-Jo Johnson, who would smash four sixes on her way to scoring 33 of Trent's 122 runs.
It was Manchester's Lizelle Lee who was voted Cazoo Match Hero though, for her score of 47 not out, as the Originals went on to win, knocking Trent out of Eliminator contention.
The Manchester players enjoyed their victory despite the fact that they too were eliminated despite their win.
In the men's game, Joe Clarke got Manchester off to a fast start, including this four as captured by Tom Moores' helmet cam.
He was removed moments later by Samit Patel, who set off in an Imran Tahir-style lap of honour.
But helmet cam is so last week! Our new favourite might be buggy cam after this brilliant viewpoint of Marchant de Lange's despairing dive.
Trent Bridge looked spectacular as the night drew in.
Matt Parkinson did some damage for Manchester during the Trent innings, taking two wickets from his first 15 balls.
The Originals keeper, Phil Salt went all-out to run out Dawid Malan but, despite scattering the stumps, his efforts were in vain.
Malan would go on to be Cazoo Match Hero but it was Samit Patel who would see Trent home with D'Arcy Short striking the winning runs.