Sussex beat Hampshire on the final day of the opening round of matches in the LV= County Championship. The other three fixtures all ended in draws following wins yesterday for Durham and Yorkshire.
Paul Collingwood shone for the second day in a row to put Durham in a strong position against Somerset at Taunton.
There was entertainment aplenty on the opening day of the 2015 LV= County Championship, with hundreds and subsequent collapses at Taunton, Lord’s and New Road.
Cricket Badger previews the new county season and looks ahead to the first round of LV= County Championship matches beginning tomorrow.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have announced the English domestic 2015 fixtures with Friday night NatWest T20 Blast action at the heart of next season’s county programme.
A round-up of all the latest from the LV= County Championship, including wins for Kent and Worcestershire in Division Two.
A round-up of the day’s LV= County Championship news and action on a day when Yorkshire regained their place at the top of the table and county cricket legend Steve Kirby was forced to announce his retirement at the age of 36. Gillespie: “Nice To Be At The Top” Yorkshire are back at the top […]
In our new county cricket bulletin feature, we run the rule over Derbyshire’s second win of the LV= County Championship season and look ahead to tomorrow’s NatWest T20 Blast action.
Yorkshire lead Nottinghamshire by five points at the top of Division One of the LV= County Championship despite being denied a win on the final day at Headingley thanks to half-centuries from Durham men Mark Stoneman, Michael Richardson and Phil Mustard.
Former Australian international Phil Jaques has not had his contract renewed by Yorkshire. The 34-year-old who has played for the English county for the last two seasons will instead pursue a coaching in Sydney with his club side Sutherland.