Lancashire v Warwickshire, Old Trafford, 1st day
Apr 20, 2014: Much of the attention was on Peter Moores at Old Trafford, in his final match before rejoining England, but his county were left on the back foot by some impressive Warwickshire seam bowling
Lancashire v Leicestershire, Old Trafford, 2nd day
Sep 12, 2013: Sidelined for six matches during a key phase in Lancashire's promotion push, Paul Horton been prolific since his comeback and may now have played the innings that all but secures their return to Division One.
Lancashire v Hampshire, Southport, 3rd day
Aug 30, 2013: Lancashire closed in on victory after declaring their second innings 495 runs ahead and then removing seven Hampshire batsmen before the close
Middlesex v Lancashire, Lord's 2nd day
Sep 5, 2012: Lancashire, desperately trying to stave off relegation a year after winning the Championship, made amends for a sloppy first day in the field with a professional display with the bat at Lord's.
Surrey v Lancashire, 1st day, Guildford
Jul 11, 2012: Paul Horton, with a composed, efficient century, ensured that Lancashire enjoyed the best of the first day against Surrey
Durham v Lancashire, Chester-le-Street, 2nd day
May 31, 2012: Paul Horton carried his bat for Lancashire as the champions built a valuable 68-run lead in the brief spell of play possible between the rain
Warwickshire v Lancashire, Edgbaston, 4th day
May 19, 2012: Paul Horton batted for more than seven and a half hours as Lancashire escaped with what had appeared more than once to be a draw that was beyond their reach.
Logan Cup 2011-12
Nov 3, 2011: A round-up of the action from the Logan Cup 2011-12 matches
Somerset v Lancashire, Taunton, 4th day
Sep 15, 2011: On another dramatic final day of a County Championship season Lancashire secured their first outright title since 1934
Somerset v Lancashire, Taunton, 3rd day
Sep 14, 2011: The last time Lancashire won the County Championship outright, Adolf Hitler had just organised the Night of the Long Knives, Roosevelt had just launched the 'New Deal'
Somerset v Lancashire, Taunton, 2nd day
Sep 13, 2011: If anyone believed the Championship race was over after the first day of the final round of matches, their views must surely have been dispelled by day two
Lancashire v Hampshire, Liverpool, 3rd day
Sep 9, 2011: It's time to get the calculators out. The permutations throughout the penultimate round of Championship matches have been many and varied but now some numbers really need to be crunched
Lancashire v Gloucestershire, Clydesdale Bank 40, Old Trafford
Aug 5, 2011: Paul Horton's magnificent unbeaten 95 guided Lancashire to a six-wicket victory over Gloucestershire in their Clydesdale Bank 40 match at Old Trafford
Gloucestershire v Lancashire, Clydesdale Bank 40, Cheltenham
Jul 31, 2011: Paul Horton hit 97 to guide Lancashire to a dramatic four-wicket victory over Gloucestershire in a high-scoring Clydesdale Bank 40 contest at Cheltenham
Nottinghamshire v Lancashire, Trent Bridge, 2nd day
Jun 21, 2011: Opener Paul Horton fell one short of his first hundred in the County Championship since April 2010 as title-chasing Lancashire closed to within 33 of Nottinghamshire's first-innings total of 326 at Trent Bridge
Durham v Lancashire, Chester-le-Street, 1st day
May 29, 2011: Paul Horton missed out on a century but ensured Lancashire reached a competitive 313 on a green-tinged wicket against Durham at Chester-le-Street.
Lancashire v Yorkshire, Liverpool, 2nd day
May 19, 2011: Lancashire against a Yorkshire side deprived of key personnel will fancy themselves to make it three wins out of three this season
Sussex v Lancashire, Hove, 1st day
Apr 26, 2011: Karl Brown continued his liking for the Sussex attack by top scoring with 88 as Lancashire took control on the first day of the County Championship encounter at Hove
Castle Logan Cup 2010-11
Mar 7, 2011: A dominant performance by Matabeleland Tuskers saw them beat Mid West Rhinos by 177 runs and move to second position in the Logan Cup table
Castle Logan Cup 2010-11
Jan 8, 2011: A round-up of the latest action from the Logan Cup, Zimbabwe's domestic first-class competition