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30th April 2015
The LV= County Championship Division Two clash between Lancashire and Leicestershire at Emirates Old Trafford beginning on June 14 will start at 12.30pm on each day in an attempt to attract more supporters. News
29th April 2015
Northamptonshire ended a run of 20 LV= County Championship matches without a win, defeating Leicestershire by 92 runs at Grace Road as the hosts continue to search for their first success since 2012. News
28th April 2015
David Willey celebrated his call-up to England's one-day international squad by smashing 88 from just 79 balls and then taking a late wicket as Northamptonshire ended the third day in a dominant position against Leicestershire at Grace Road. News
27th April 2015
Northamptonshire's seamers took five wickets in the second hour of play to bowl the visitors back into a LV= County Championship Division Two match which was finely balanced in after two days at Grace Road. News
26th April 2015
Leicestershire set up the opportunity to record a first LV= County Championship win since September 2012 with a dominant day one showing against Northamptonshire at Grace Road.
Callum Dent
25th April 2015
Essex have suffered a blow ahead of their LV= County Championship Division Two clash with Surrey at the Kia Oval with the news that opening batsman Tom Westley has broken a thumb.
Russell Staves
22nd April 2015
A bumper edition covering England's tour of the West Indies plus plenty of county cricket coverage as Yorkshire, Warwickshire, Surrey and others reflect on the start to the season.
Russell Staves
15th April 2015
Our tribute to Richie Benaud plus interviews from Somerset, Sussex and Middlesex as the new season gets underway. News
15th April 2015
Skipper Mark Cosgrove’s unbeaten half-century saw Leicestershire to safety after Glamorgan captain Jacques Rudolph set the Grace Road hosts a target of 306 to win off 50 overs. News
14th April 2015
Leicestershire’s bowlers grabbed three late wickets to ignite their LV= County Championship game against Glamorgan, which had appeared to be heading towards a draw after Ned Eckersley's 147.