Derbyshire v Glamorgan, LV= Championship, Division Two, Queen's Park, 4th day
Jul 9, 2015: Hamish Rutherford's century and Wayne Madsen's unbeaten 79 denied Glamorgan a record-breaking fifth consecutive victory
Essex v Derbyshire, LV= County Championship Division Two, Chelmsford, 3rd day
Jun 16, 2015: A second Championship win for Essex, this one by an in innings, sees them get off the bottom of Division Two. Their 23 points achieved in three days work here takes them to sixth in the table, with nine left to play.
Derbyshire v Worcestershire, Derby, 4th day
Sep 3, 2014: Worcestershire's promotion drive ran into a road block at Derby when an inspired career-best spell of spin bowling from Wes Durston sent them crashing to a 138-run defeat.
Leicestershire v Derbyshire, Royal London Cup, Group A, Grace Road
Jul 27, 2014: Derbyshire captain Wayne Madsen struck his second successive Royal London Cup century to lead the Falcons to a seven-wicket victory against Leicestershire
Derbyshire v Hampshire, Royal London Cup, Group A, Derby
Jul 26, 2014: Derbyshire bounced back from their miserable Twenty20 campaign by thrashing Hampshire by 136 runs in the opening Group A game of the Royal London Cup
Gloucestershire v Derbyshire, Cheltenham, 2nd day
Jul 15, 2014: Skipper Wayne Madsen led from the front as Derbyshire hit back strongly on the second day against Gloucestershire at Cheltenham
Hampshire v Derbyshire, Ageas Bowl, 1st day
Jun 1, 2014: Hampshire openers Jimmy Adams and Will Smith took full advantage of being given first use of their own pitch as Derbyshire's miserable season continued.
Worcestershire v Derbyshire, New Road, 4th day
Apr 30, 2014: Saeed Ajmal led the charge as Worcestershire ripped through Derbyshire to secure their second LV=County Championship victory of the season at New Road
Worcestershire v Derbyshire, New Road, 2nd day
Apr 28, 2014: Derbyshire captain Wayne Madsen led the recovery as the visitors shrugged off their Sunday nightmare on the second day against Worcestershire at New Road
Nov 8, 2013: Derbyshire's captain and leading batsman Wayne Madsen has signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club for another three years
Oct 3, 2013: You have no choice but to walk when you're caught at cover. It ought to be the same if you feather it to slip
Sep 30, 2013: Ben Stokes, the Durham and England allrounder, has capped an impressive season by winning the Cricket Writers' Club Young Cricketer of the Year award
Sep 22, 2013: Wayne Madsen, the Derbyshire captain, has been awarded the inaugural Christopher Martin-Jenkins Spirit of Cricket Elite Award
Surrey v Derbyshire, The Oval, 3rd day
Aug 31, 2013: A tense final day is in prospect after Derbyshire built a lead of 161 with three wickets remaining against Surrey
Derbyshire v Middlesex, Derby, 1st day
Aug 20, 2013: Derbyshire's captain, Wayne Madsen, became the first batsmen to 1000 Championship runs this season as he compiled a brilliant century at the County Ground
Derbyshire v Durham, YB40 Group B, Derby
Aug 15, 2013: Durham's hopes of reaching the Yorkshire Bank 40 semi-finals were all but ended when Derbyshire skipper Wayne Madsen inspired his team to a crushing 107-run victory
Sussex v Derbyshire, Hove, 3rd day
Aug 4, 2013: Derbyshire claimed their first Championship win of the season when they eased to a nine-wicket win over title challengers Sussex
Sussex v Derbyshire, Hove, 2nd day
Aug 3, 2013: Sussex all-rounder Chris Jordan became the first man to reach 50 Championship wickets for the season to maintain the impetus in their title challenge on the second day of the Division One game against Derbyshire at Hove.
Derbyshire v Yorkshire, Chesterfield, 3rd day
Jul 19, 2013: Yorkshire went back to the top of the County Championship by wrapping up an innings and 113-run victory over Derbyshire on the third day at Chesterfield despite a brilliant century from Wayne Madsen.
Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire, Trent Bridge, 1st day
Jun 12, 2013: On a green pitch under a cloudy sky and with Andre Adams at last fit enough to return, you could hardly blame what Wayne Madsen had secretly dreaded but Derbyshire are only two down