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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."
Andy Wilson
2nd October 2015
Mark Robinson has urged his two young Sussex bowlers Matthew Hobden and George Garton to make the most of their selection for the Potential England Performance Programme this winter.
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
30th September 2015
Sussex have announced the departures of left-arm seamer Chris Liddle plus all-rounders Ashar Zaidi and Steffan Piolet.
Callum Dent
27th September 2015
Former England batsman Luke Wright was named Sussex's Player of the Year on Saturday night after a run-laden season.
Andy Wilson
26th September 2015
It has been another memorable domestic summer and we have it all detailed by ecb.co.uk's Andy Wilson as he recaptures the best moments in his must-read month-by-month analysis.
ecb.co.uk News
25th September 2015
Sussex were relegated from LV= County Championship Division One after slipping to a 100-run defeat to champions Yorkshire on the final day of the season at Headingley.
ecb.co.uk News
24th September 2015
In-form Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale completed 1,000 LV= County Championship runs as his side fought hard to build up a significant lead over relegation-threatened Sussex at Headingley.
ecb.co.uk News
23rd September 2015
Sussex threw caution to the wind against Yorkshire at Headingley, knowing that victory against the champions would secure their LV= County Championship Division One status regardless of what happened elsewhere.
ecb.co.uk News
22nd September 2015
LV= County Champions Yorkshire came up against a keen bowling attack in their match against Sussex at Headingley but half-centuries from Gary Ballance and Adil Rashid guided them to 241 for seven by the close of a first day interrupted by showers.