News

David Clark
8th October 2015
Tom Fell would be happy for Worcestershire to remain a yo-yo club in the LV= County Championship, but only for one more season.
Callum Dent
7th October 2015
Despite finishing bottom of LV= County Championship Division Two for the third year in succession, Leicestershire finally shrugged a monkey off their back in 2015.
Matt Somerford
7th October 2015
Somerset will have more than 61,000 first-class runs of experience in their top-order next season following the signature of former Australia opener Chris Rogers on a one-year deal.
David Clark
6th October 2015
Ben Duckett was pleased to overcome a sluggish start to the season in 2015 – both individually and with his Northamptonshire team-mates – and believes the future looks bright at Wantage Road.
David Clark
6th October 2015
Sussex have appointed Luke Wright as club captain across all formats of the game. The 30-year-old said: “I am hugely proud and honoured."
Matt Somerford
5th October 2015
Durham will spend the winter reflecting on a rare recent season in which they failed to collect silverware.
David Clark
4th October 2015
Hampshire were 26 points adrift at the foot of LV= County Championship Division One when they lost to fellow strugglers Worcestershire in July, but stayed up in dramatic circumstances on a thrilling final day of the English county season. Inside ecb.co.uk looks back at some remarkable escape acts.
David Clark
2nd October 2015
Ed Joyce has decided to stand down as Sussex captain across all formats. The Irishman said: "It has been an honour to captain Sussex for the last three and a half years."
ecb.co.uk News
2nd October 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board’s Cricket Discipline Commission has confirmed that Northamptonshire batsman Rob Newton has received a penalty under the ECB’s Directives.
Andy Wilson
1st October 2015
Autumn can be a cruel time for county cricketers, with most days this week and last bringing details of senior players who have been released, and a host of youngsters suffering similar disappointment beneath the radar.