County Cricket

County Cricket Round-Up - 5th October

Northamptonshire have re-signed all-rounder Steven Crook from Middlesex on a two-year deal. Plus news from Nottinghamshire, Hampshire, Derbyshire and Surrey.
5 October 2012

Essex Secure Futures Of Eight Players

Plus news from Derbyshire, Worcestershire, Somerset, Glamorgan and Northamptonshire.
3 October 2012

Plunkett Joins Yorkshire On Long-Term Deal

Plus news from Surrey, Essex, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Yorkshire in the latest County Cricket Round-Up.
2 October 2012

Hamilton-Brown Set For Second Sussex Stint

Plus news from Derbyshire, Yorkshire and Hampshire in today's County Cricket Round-Up.
28 September 2012

Yorkshire Sign Jack Brooks On Long-Term Contract

Plus news from Gloucestershire, Sussex and Leicestershire in today's County Cricket Round-Up.
27 September 2012

Five County Players Pen New Deals

News of contract extensions for Chris Tremlett and four Worcestershire players, as well as the possibility of Niall O'Brien signing for Leicestershire.
26 September 2012

Middlesex Fight Off Competition To Sign James Harris

Plus all the rest of the county news from the past week, including news of contract extensions for players at Kent, Surrey and Glamorgan.
24 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 19th September

We round-up all of the latest news from the county circuit in our regular County Cricket Round-Up feature.
19 September 2012

Scott Styris Wins Walter Lawrence Trophy

Sussex's Scott Styris has rewritten the history books in sensational style in winning this year's Walter Lawrence Trophy, awarded for the fastest hundred of the season, with a 37-ball century. Styris smashed no fewer than 9 sixes and 5 fours in his unbeaten hundred against Gloucestershire in the Friends Life t20 quarter-final at Hove, making it the fastest ever century - from balls faced and non-contrived bowling - in the history of the competition.
17 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 15th September

It was Hampshire and not Warwickshire who won the county double in 2012 thanks to their thrilling last-ball win in the Clydesdale Bank 40 final at Lord's. Needing just seven to win from the final over, Warwickshire were favourites, even more so when Neil Carter - in his last match - hit the penultimate ball for four to bring the scores level. However, Kabir Ali delivered a low full-toss just outside off-stump which Carter missed and Michael Bates, who had kept superbly all day, whipped off the bails and yanked a stump out of the ground for good measure.
15 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 14th September

Derbyshire finally won their first silverware since 1993 by successfully chasing down the 196 that they needed to beat Hampshire to win the LV= County Championship Division Two title. Elsewhere, Warwickshire had to show all of the resolve that they had shown to win the LV= County Championship to hold off Nottinghamshire on the final day at Trent Bridge.
14 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 13th September

Glamorgan's win over Kent late on the third day at Cardiff means that it is Derbyshire and Yorkshire who will be replacing Lancashire and Worcestershire in Division One for next season. Worcestershire themselves, meanwhile, ended their disappointing season on a new low by slumping to an innings defeat at Taunton that secured Somerset second position in the Division One table.
13 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 12th September

There were differing fortunes for the three LV= County Championship promotion hopefuls on the second day of the final round of matches. Rain played a role at Derby, while Robert Croft was Kent's destroyer at Cardiff. At Taunton, Marcus Trescothick and Nick Compton ensured that Somerset more than capitalised on Abdur Rehman's first day heroics with a century apiece against Worcestershire.
12 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 11th September

All three of the sides vying for promotion to Division One of next year's LV= County Championship found the going relatively tricky on day one of the final round of matches in this year's competition. Elsewhere, there was a superb display of spin bowling from Abdur Rehman at Taunton.
11 September 2012

LV= County Championship - Final Round Preview

The penultimate round of the LV= County Championship last week decided all of the main positions in Division One, with Warwickshire confirmed as champions and Lancashire and Worcestershire the two sides relegated. However, Kent's defeat of Derbyshire threw the race for Division Two promotion wide open, while Gloucestershire's win over Northamptonshire made the battle to avoid the wooden spoon a three-way one. We take a look at all of the permutations and team news ahead of the final round of matches.
10 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 7th September

Lancashire,s failure to chase down the 304 for that they needed to beat Middlesex, coupled with Surrey's win over Nottinghamshire, was enough to send the county champions down into Division Two for 2013 less than 12 months after they won their historic title.
7 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 6th September

Warwickshire were crowned LV= County Champions a little after lunch on third day at New Road as they bowled Worcestershire out for 209 in their second innings to win by an innings and 202 runs. Chris Wright took the last three wickets to fall to end with figures of four for 65, while Keith Barker and Boyd Rankin took two each today.
6 September 2012

Warwickshire Win 2012 County Championship

Warwickshire won their seventh ever County Championship title by bowling Worcestershire out for 209 in their second innings midway through the third day at New Road, to complete victory by an innings and 202 runs. Alan Richardson was bowled by Chris Wright to wrap up the win that had looked inevitable ever since Worcestershire were bowled out for just 60 early on day one.
6 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 5th September

Warwickshire need eight more wickets tomorrow to secure the 2012 Championship title with a round of matches still to play. They racked up 471 for eight before declaring on the second day at New Road to take a monumental first innings lead of 411 against Worcestershire.
5 September 2012

County Cricket Round-Up - 4th September

Title favourites Warwickshire went a long way towards clinching the crown with a round of matches still to play by bowling out a hapless Worcestershire for just 60 on day one at New Road. Chris Wright and Keith Barker each ended with five wickets as the visitors needed just two bowlers to dismiss the home side for their lowest first-class core since 1971.
4 September 2012

 
 
 
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