We’ve put our heads together at Badger HQ and this is our best XI from County Championship Division Two. Do you agree with our choices?
Wayne Madsen has committed his long-term future to Derbyshire, signing a three-year contract extension to keep him at the Club until the end of 2019.
Matt Critchley’s maiden first-class hundred has been voted by supporters as the greatest Derbyshire innings of the 21st century.
Wayne Madsen says his squad are determined to show the Derbyshire supporters what they can do as the 2016 English season approaches.
Cricket Badger’s editor, James Buttler, is currently out in Abu Dhabi and has been watching Derbyshire in their pre-season preparations – here is Blog 3…
Despite interest from other counties, Wayne Madsen has signed a three-year contract extension with Derbyshire County Cricket Club. The 29-year-old skipper and two-time Player of the Year is now committed to the Club until the conclusion of the 2016 season.
Ben Stokes, the Durham and England allrounder, is this year’s recipient of the Cricket Writers’ Club Young Cricketer of the Year award. Derbyshire captain Wayne Madsen has won the William Hill County Player of the Year Award.