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Jim Troughton believes Warwickshire are perfectly placed to be a dominant force in domestic cricket for the foreseeable future.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed the arrangements for the England Performance Programme winter training camps.
Somerset all-rounder Peter Trego has warned that his best is still to come after signing a contract extension to keep him at Taunton until 2016.
Derbyshire have handed youngsters Will Davis, Adam Wheatcroft and Harry White summer contracts for the 2015 campaign.
Gloucestershire have submitted planning applications to the local council for the installation of six new floodlights at the Bristol County Ground.
The England selectors have announced two provisional 14-man England Lions squads for the tour to South Africa early next year.
Chris Rogers would love to see out his career with another Ashes series win, as the Middlesex batsman gears up to lead Australia’s charge next summer.
Gloucestershire have announced the signing of former England wicketkeeper Geraint Jones on a two-year deal following his release by Kent.
Graham Onions has been awarded a benefit year by Durham next season, which will be his 12th at the north-east club.
Former Warwickshire captain Ian Westwood will enjoy a benefit year next summer at Edgbaston.
Somerset have announced that specialist batting coach Dave Houghton is to leave the club in December.
Jason Roy is one of four nominees for the Active Surrey Sports Professional of the Year Award.
South Africa have returned to the top of the International Cricket Council one-day international rankings for the first time in five years.
Tom Westley is determined to make the most of his inclusion in the England Performance Programme.
England Women have made the shortlist for the Team of the Year in the 2014 Sunday Times and Sky Sports Sportswomen of the Year Awards.
Leicestershire have announced Wasim Khan as their new chief executive officer.
Tickets are now on sale to Hampshire members for the two Royal London one-day internationals at the Ageas Bowl next year.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed that Leicestershire’s Charlie Shreck and Ben Raine, and Derbyshire’s Billy Godleman have received penalties under the ECB’s discipline code.
Taijul Islam claimed Bangladesh's best-ever bowling figures and then hit the winning runs as the Tigers claimed only the fifth Test victory in their history over Zimbabwe.
South Africa were denied the chance to complete a clean sweep of New Zealand as the third and final one-day international was wiped out by rain in Hamilton.