Ahead of the new county season, we caught up with Surrey chief executive Richard Gould ahead of the 2012 season at the Kia Oval.
He talks about the changes at Surrey over the last few years, from the partnership with Kia to new faces coming in and how the rescheduling of this year's Twenty20 Cup could cost the club up to £500,000.
Middlesex County Cricket Club has announced that a new long-term sponsorship agreement has been reached with integrated wealth management group, Brooks Macdonald, which will see the AIM listed company become the club's principal sponsor until at least the end of the 2014 season.
Glamorgan all-rounder Graham Wagg talks to Cricket World following his side's narrow eight-run defeat to the Unicorns in their final CB40 group game at Wormsley.
Lancashire head coach tells us that his side are ready to 'go for it' at T20 Finals Day.
Speaking at an exclusive training session for Hightown CC, set up by Thwaites an Lancashire CCC, he talks about the day, Lancashire's preparations for Finals Day, their season overall, the possibility of playing in the Champions League and pays tribute to England's recent rise to the top of the ICC Test rankings.
Lancashire's Gareth Cross chats to us ahead of the Friends Life T20 Finals Day at Edgbaston.
He is looking forward to getting on with the serious business of playing, also setting his sights on a place in the Champions League qualifying tournament, which the finalists will gain, although he and the rest of the club are determined to win the T20 competition overall and bring some silverware back to Old Trafford.
Lancashire captain Glen Chapple tells us how pleased he is with the way his side's season is going - still in contention for glory in both the LV= County Championship and the Friends Life t20 competitions.
Ahead of T20 Finals Day at Edgbaston, he talks about how Lancashire have done their homework on their opponents, and how they have benefited from the preparation time available to them.
Lancashire's Tom Smith tells us that the mood in the camp ahead of T20 Finals Day at Edgbaston is good and the team feel they have prepared well.
He says it is a big day for the club and talks about the new ground developments at both Old Trafford and Edgbaston, noting the change this year since the pitch in Manchester was rotated through 90 degrees.
Surrey captain Rory Hamilton-Brown tells us he is happy with his side's season so far, given they are in contention for two of three competitions at what he calls 'the business end' of the season.
England cricketer Graeme Swann is challenged to knock the bottle top off a Kingfisher Beer after a photoshoot at the Rose Bowl.
Bilal Shafayat has recently been signed up by Northamptonshire, for the second time, on a short-term contract to cover an injury crisis.
He chats to us at Wantage Road during a rain-affected FLt20 game with Derbyshire about his surprise at being given another chance, and his determination to make the most of the opportunity. He also tells us his favourite grounds to play at, the best games he's been involved in and his favourite innings.
Northamptonshire captain Andrew Hall chats to us during a rain delay that interrupted a recent Friends Life t20 clash with Derbyshire.
He talks about the Twenty20 campaign so far, the 'brilliant' start to the season enjoyed by Northampton, his own career at the club, describes his feelings at having played in the famous '438' ODI and then offers England some tips on dealing with India, who visit later this summer.
Nottinghamshire opening batsman Alex Hales spoke to us after his side's impressive 54-run win over Durham at Trent Bridge.
He scored a half-century but pays tribute to the way the whole Nottinghamshire team has been performing this summer.
Durham all-rounder Paul Collingwood spoke to us following his side's 54-run defeat to Nottinghamshire in the Friends Life t20 at Trent Bridge.
He gives his reaction to the game, and although disappointed with the result, he is confident that the Dynamos will bounce back as the tournament continues. He also pays tribute to the Trent Bridge ground and wicket.
Graeme White talks to us following Nottinghamshire's 54-run FLt20 win over Durham at Trent Bridge.
He tells us how pleasing it is for the team to have 'everybody chipping in', the need for constant improvement, before being interviewed by fellow team-mate Scott Elstone.
England off-spinner Graeme Swann talks to us about Nottinghamshire's flying start to the season and gives us an insight into why they were topping the Friends Life Twenty20 table at the time of recording.
He also pays tribute to captain David Hussey and the role he has played in the Outlaws' success.
Sussex and England all-rounder Michael Yardy talks to us at the Grange City hotel in London at an event to celebrate Mark Davis's testimonial.
He talks about Mark Davis, and the impact he has at the club, how Sussex are performing well this season and looks ahead to the third and final Test between England and Sri Lanka at The Rose Bowl.