Former Notts captain Paul Johnson is new boss of Welbeck

Former Nottinghamshire batsman, captain and coach Paul Johnson has been charged with the task of resurrecting the on-field fortunes of Welbeck Cricket Club.

DERBYSHIRE have made their first overseas signing for the 2017 season.

World-class spinner Imran Tahir snapped up by Derbyshire

South African leg-spinner Imran Tahir has been snapped up as Derbyshire’s first overseas signing for the 2017 season.

TONY PALLADINO -- is to work with the clubs young bowlers.

Palladino relishing new player/coach role at Derbyshire

Tony Palladino is relishing his new player/coach role at Derbyshire and says there is a real excitement within the squad ahead of a busy winter.

Jake Ball. Picture by Mark Fear.

Hero Ball aiming to help England to series success

Nottinghamshire’s Jake Ball will be hoping to help England to victory in today’s (Wednesday) decisive third and final One Day International in Bangladesh.

WES DURSTON -- 2i8 appearances and more than 7.600 runs in seven seasons with Derbyshire.

Former captain Wes Durston agrees to leave Derbyshire

Experienced all-rounder Wes Durston has been praised for his “tremendous” contribution after a surprise decision to leave Derbyshire by mutual consent.

Ben Slater following through a drive during Derbyshire County Cricket Club second innings at 3aaa County ground, Derby on 11 May 2015.  Photo: Simon Trafford

Ben Slater signs new Derbyshire deal

Opening batsman Ben Slater has signed a two-year deal at Derbyshire, committing him to the Club until the end of the 2018 season.

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Alex Hughes signs new Derbyshire deal

All-rounder Alex Hughes has signed a new two-year contract that will see him remain at Derbyshire until the end of the 2018 season.

PLAYER OF THE MONTH -- Harvey Hosein.

West Indies’ touring Test team to play Derbyshire next summer

Derbyshire will face international opposition at The 3aaa County Ground in 2017, with the visit of West Indies for a three-day first-class match starting on Friday, August 11.

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MUST DO BETTER -- thats how Derbyshires end-of-season report reads after a torrid summer.

New boss Kim Barnett is sure Derbyshire can succeed after coaching changes

Newly appointed director of cricket, Kim Barnett, believes Derbyshire’s revamped coaching structure can bring long-awaited on-field success for the club.

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Derbyshire County Cricket Club 2016, back James Pipe, Rob Hemmings,  Greg Cork, Matthew Critchley, Tom Knight, Will Davis, Jamie Tallent and Cookie Patel
middle John Sadler, Tom Milnes, Harvey Hosein, Tom Taylor, Ben Slater, Ben Cotton, Alex Hughes, Scott Elstone, Ant Botha
front Shiv Thakor, Andy Carter, Tony Palladino, Billy Gogleman, Graeme Welch, Wes Durston, Wayne Madsen, Tom Poynton and Chesney Hughes

OPINION: Have counties bowled themselves a googly with T20 city upheaval?

It might be a new beginning for cricket — but it could be the beginning of the end for the sport as we know it in this country.

Jake Ball. Picture by Mark Fear.

Jake Ball called up to England team for Bangladesh tour

Nottinghamshire’s Jake Ball has been called up to England’s tour of Bangladesh next month.

Mick Newell  - Notts County Cricket Club director of cricket.

First pro contract for Moores at Notts

Tom Moores has signed a two-year professional contract with Nottinghamshire, committing him to the club until the conclusion of the 2018 season.

PLAYER OF YEAR -- Wayne Madsen.

Wayne Madsen mops up at Derbyshire CCC awards ceremony

Wayne Madsen was the big winner at Derbyshire CCC’s gala dinner and awards ceremony on Saturday night, picking up two accolades, including the coveted player of the year prize.

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Cuckney CC celebrate claiming the Notts Premier League Trophy three times in the past five years  - Pic by: Richard Parkes

Cuckney CC celebrate an incredible 2016 campaign

Cuckney Cricket Club are celebrating a remarkable 2016 season that saw all four of their teams claim either championship and/or promotion success.

Pictured are Cuckney fourth XI.

Successful captains emphasise importance of youth

Cuckney’s second and fourth XI captains Richard Bostock and Graham Doughty believe the club’s youth policy has been key to its unprecedented success this year.

Derbyshire County Cricket Club 2016, capt. Billy Godleman

Billy Godleman confident youth will help Derbyshire sign next summer

After a season that will go down as one of the poorest in Derbyshire’s history, it is difficult to look forward with genuine optimism but Billy Godleman is convinced there are reasons to be cheerful.

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MANSFIELD Sunday League round-up.

Worcestershire recover after Derbyshire claim early wickets

Skipper Daryl Mitchell and Joe Clarke led a Worcestershire recovery with an unbroken half century stand for the third wicket on day one of the Specsavers County Championship clash with Derbyshire at New Road.

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A NEW all-weather wicket at Upton and Kexby Cricket Club.

Jake Ball strikes blow to Somerset title hopes

Notts seamer Jake Ball struck two blows to Somerset’s title hopes on the opening morning of the Specsavers County Championship match at Taunton.

JAMIE JEVONS -- an unbeaten half-century for Welbeck.

MANSFIELD LEAGUE ROUND-UP: Welbeck grab runners-up prize

The final day of action in the Mansfield and District Sunday Cricket League saw Welbeck grab the Premier Section runners-up prize with victory in their last game.

A NEW all-weather wicket at Upton and Kexby Cricket Club.

Derbyshire sign wicketkeeper Gary Wilson from Surrey

Derbyshire County Cricket Club has signed Ireland international wicketkeeper-batsman Gary Wilson from Surrey on a three-year deal.

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