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27th May 2015
Lancashire consolidated their position at the top of the LV= County Championship Division Two table as they defeated Derbyshire by an innings and 15 runs inside the first session of the final day at Southport. News
26th May 2015
Derbyshire lost a couple of vital wickets in the last two overs of the day at Southport to leave Lancashire slight favourites to win the LV= County Championship Division Two match at Trafalgar Road. News
25th May 2015
A record partnership between Ashwell Prince and Alviro Petersen restored Lancashire’s fortunes in their LV= County Championship Division Two game against Derbyshire at Southport. News
24th May 2015
Hashim Amla was one of three Derbyshire batsmen to score half-centuries as the visitors enjoyed a fruitful opening day of their LV= County Championship Division Two game against Lancashire at Southport.
Will Jackson
23rd May 2015
Chris Jordan is expected to return to the Sussex side at home to Warwickshire in the latest round of LV= County Championship fixtures after he was released from the England squad earlier in the week. News
22nd May 2015
Durham Jets survived the late collapse and a career-best 78 for Lancashire Lightning veteran Ashwell Prince to claim a rare 16-run NatWest T20 Blast win at Emirates Old Trafford. News
22nd May 2015
Kent’s Matt Coles and fellow bowling all-rounder Warwickshire’s Keith Barker have hauled themselves into the top 10 of the MVP Rankings through strong performances with both bat and ball.
Callum Dent
21st May 2015
World Cup winner Glenn Maxwell is in line to make his Yorkshire Vikings debut in their NatWest T20 Blast North Group clash with Notts Outlaws at Trent Bridge on Friday evening. News
20th May 2015
Lancashire completed their third victory in five matches this season, extending their lead at the top of LV= County Championship Division Two, after an extraordinary mid-afternoon collapse saw Leicestershire lose eight wickets for just 21 runs. News
19th May 2015
Heavy showers meant only 24 overs could be bowled at Grace Road, but 103 runs were scored and six wickets taken, leaving Lancashire in a position of control, leading by 158 runs with eight second-innings wickets remaining at the end of the third day.