Derbyshire go into their second game of the T20 Blast today (Friday) aiming to show they can finally make an impact in the competition.
Derbyshire folded dramatically to a combination of spin and seam as Kent cruised to a seven wicket victory in the Division Two match at Derby.
James Tredwell and Calum Haggett ripped through Derbyshire on the final morning at Derby to leave Kent chasing 175 for victory.
A superb maiden double-hundred from Sean Dickson rescued Kent after Shiv Thakor had given another impressive display of his potential on the third day of the Division Two match against Derbyshire at Derby.
The team with the worst record in the history of English Twenty20 cricket beat the team with the best as Derbyshire upset defending NatWest Blast champions Lancashire at Emirates Old Trafford.
Sam Hain powered Birmingham Bears to an impressive six wicket victory over Notts Outlaws on the opening evening of this season’s NatWest T20 Blast competition.
The Kiwi connection has served Derbyshire well down the years and the county are hoping it will boost their NatWest T20 Blast chances this summer.
Graeme Welch wants more from his Derbyshire side as they prepare to open their T20 campaign on Saturday.
Hamish Rutherford batted himself back into form with 68 as Derbyshire ground out a draw on a severely rain-affected day at Chelmsford.
Frustrated Stanton-by-Dale missed a presentable chance to register their first victory of the Derbyshire County League, Division Six South season when travelling to tackle tabletoppers Elvaston 3rd.
A wonderful all-round display by 19-year-old Australian all-rounder Harry Thoman propelled Nutbrook to a resounding 145-run victory over struggling Sawley and Long Eaton Park in Division One of the Derbyshire County League.
Reigning champions Sandiacre Town continued their indifferent start to the Derbyshire County League, Premier Division season when slipping to a suprise defeat at Cutthorpe.
The worst-ever start to a cricket season for Ilkeston Rutland was confirmed by a fourth straight defeat to leave them marooned at the foot of Division One in the Derbyshire County League.
Derbyshire face two tricky days at the crease if they are to prevent Essex extending their lead at the top of the Specsavers County Championship Division Two.
Nick Browne rediscovered the form that brought him five centuries last season as he anchored Essex’s innings at Chelmsford.
Notts Outlaws players Jake Ball, Steven Mullaney, Riki Wessels and Sam Wood have preserved the spirit of cricket following an epic battle in Sherwood Forest
Table toppers Plumtree host Clifton Village in round four of the Notts Premier League.
There was no play before lunch at Lords today in the already weather-ravaged Specsavers County Championship Division One match between Middlesex and Nottinghamshire.
Chesney Hughes says he couldn’t have asked for a better start to his season, but insists he won’t be complacent as he aims to secure his place at the top of the order.
Whether it’s a Friday night or a weekend afternoon, NatWest T20 Blast is set to be the hottest ticket in town this summer.
Sussex will be looking for a repeat of day one after heavy rain prevented any play on day three of the match against Derbyshire at Derby.
Graeme Welch wanted Derbyshire to develop a harder edge to their game this season and the signs from the opening matches have been encouraging.
Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire served up an absolute thriller of a contest, in front of the television cameras, as their Specsavers County Championship match at Trent Bridge went right down to the final ball before ending in a draw.
Paul Mitchell is to make a return to management at Sandy Lane.
Billy Godleman was controversially reprieved on the final afternoon of their Championship at Wantage Road as Derbyshire comfortably batted out for a draw against Northamptonshire today.
A moment of controversy soured the final afternoon at Wantage Road with Billy Godleman standing his ground after a fair catch was claimed by Jake Libby.
An extraordinary innings of 97 in 69 balls from Rory Kleinvelt put Northamptonshire in charge against Derbyshire at Wantage Road.
A thrilling final day is in prospect at Trent Bridge, where Yorkshire will be looking for their first win of the season in their Specsavers County Championship match against Nottinghamshire.
For a bitterly cold and mostly grey April Saturday, the day had started well for Ilkeston Rutland’s new captain Luke Marriott.
Shiv Thakor and Andy Carter shared a whirlwind stand of 48 for the 10th wicket to give Derbyshire three batting points and a handy total of 324 on the second day at Northampton. But afternoon rain prevented them making any progress with the ball as Northamptonshire made 66 for 0 in reply, trailing by 258.
Shiv Thakor and Andy Carter shared a whirlwind stand of 48 for the 10th wicket to give Derbyshire three batting points and a handy total of 324 on the second day at Northampton.
Stanton-by-Dale CC’s struggle to adapt to life in Division Six of the Derbyshire Country Cricket League continued away at Derby Congs.
Shiv Thakor and Tony Palladino shared a century stand for the eighth wicket as Derbyshire recovered from 161 for 7 to post 275 for 8 on the first day at Northamptonshire.
Yorkshire overcame a disappointing start to take the spoils on the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship match against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.
If a relaxed state of mind is a key factor in achievement, then Wayne Madsen should be on course for a prolific season.
Lingering hopes of a positive outcome to Derbyshire’s match against Glamorgan at Derby were not so much put on ice as frozen out by a spectacular storm midway through the final afternoon.
A fourth wicket for Michael Hogan denied Derbyshire a fourth batting point on the final morning of the match against Glamorgan.