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ecb.co.uk News
5th July 2015
A pitch almost as green as the outfield made Kent captain Sam Northeast’s decision to bowl first a simple one, and he would have been satisfied after his side bowled Leicestershire out for just 159 on day one of their LV= County Championship Division Two encounter at Grace Road.
Callum Dent
4th July 2015
Yorkshire first-team coach Jason Gillespie is wary of the threat Warwickshire pose as the LV= County Championship Division One leaders head to Edgbaston looking for a fourth consecutive victory.
Callum Dent
4th July 2015
Nottinghamshire batsman Greg Smith has rejoined Leicestershire on a two-match LV= County Championship loan deal.
ecb.co.uk News
25th June 2015
Glamorgan made it four straight County Championship wins for the first time since 2004, beating Leicestershire by 137 runs at the SSE SWALEC with a session and a half to spare.
ecb.co.uk News
24th June 2015
Glamorgan are favourites to complete a fourth consecutive LV= County Championship Division Two victory despite the best efforts of Leicestershire seamer Ben Raine at the SSE SWALEC.
ecb.co.uk News
23rd June 2015
Glamorgan built up an 89-run, second-innings lead and closed on 64 for two against Leicestershire in an intriguing LV= County Championship Division Two clash.
ecb.co.uk News
22nd June 2015
Graham Wagg transformed Glamorgan’s innings for the second successive game, as his 94 took the hosts to 278 against Leicestershire at the SSE SWALEC.
Callum Dent
22nd June 2015
Adam Lyth, Gary Ballance and Stuart Broad will continue their preparations for the Investec Ashes by playing in the LV= County Championship Division One clash between Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire at Headingley from Monday.
ecb.co.uk News
20th June 2015
As part of the coverage for this year's LV= County Championship, Mark Butcher will give his views on the week's fixtures exclusively to ecb.co.uk. Here are his thoughts on the 11th round.
Bibhash Dash
17th June 2015
ecb.co.uk's Bibhash Dash takes a look at Lancashire's attempts to boost spectator numbers, as delayed start times mean commuters and office-goers can soak in a few hours of their beloved sport after work.