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25th September 2015
Investec Ashes and LV= County Championship winner Jonny Bairstow is joined by Matt Coles, Ashwell Prince and Chris Rushworth in being nominated for this year’s PCA Player of the Year Award. 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. 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. 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. 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.
Matt Somerford
21st September 2015
Hampshire have not given up hope that they could yet pull off a stunning survival act in the final round of the LV= County Championship this week.
David Clark
21st September 2015
Yorkshire’s seam-bowling all-rounder Richard Pyrah has announced that he will retire from cricket with immediate effect.
David Clark
18th September 2015
Fast bowler Moin Ashraf, wicketkeeper Dan Hodgson and former England Under-19 batsman Jonny Tattersall have been released by LV= County Champions Yorkshire. News
17th September 2015
Andrew Gale scored a match-winning century to give Yorkshire a record points total in LV= County Championship Division One and leave Hampshire’s survival hopes in tatters following a five-wicket defeat. News
16th September 2015
Hampshire's hopes of beating LV= County Championship winners Yorkshire took a hit after the weather only allowed 46 balls on day three.