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20th August 2015
Australia international Glenn Maxwell has the chance to sign off on his 2015 Yorkshire season on a high after being named in the squad to face Sussex in LV= County Championship Division One. News
10th August 2015
Fidel Edwards’ nine-wicket haul for the match led Hampshire to their LV= CountyChampionship home win of the summer and off the foot of the Division One table. News
9th August 2015
James Vince notched his maiden LV= County Championship century of the season before the bowlers put Hampshire on course for victory against Warwickshire at the Ageas Bowl. News
8th August 2015
Mason Crane bamboozled Warwickshire to become the youngest Hampshire player to take a LV= County Championship five-wicket haul on day two at the Ageas Bowl. News
7th August 2015
Warwickshire enjoyed the best of a dreary opening day in the Ageas Bowl sunshine, reducing to Hampshire to 255 for eight at close of play in the LV= County Championship.
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6th August 2015
Andrew Gale is back for Yorkshire as they resume their bid for back-to-back LV= County Championship Division One titles against Durham. News
24th July 2015
Warwickshire have handed new contracts to four players, including 2012 LV= County Championship Division One winner Keith Barker. News
21st July 2015
Warwickshire eased to a seven-wicket victory over Somerset before lunch on the final day of their LV=County Championship clash at Edgbaston. News
20th July 2015
Follow the latest updates from the LV= County Championship where the batsmen are enjoying themselves as James Taylor hit a career-best 291 for Nottinghamshire while Lancashire duo Ashwell Prince and Alviro Petersen both hit double-centuries in a record stand of 501. News
20th July 2015
Warwickshire are on the brink of LV= County Championship victory over Somerset after a third day on which young batsmen Sam Hain and Tom Abell showed their rich promise.