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Oct 3, 2013: Moeen Ali, the Worcestershire batsman, has been named as Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA) Player of the Year for 2013
Oct 2, 2013: Jos Buttler, England's one-day wicketkeeper-batsman, has his sights set on Test cricket after sacrificing a settled life with Somerset to move to Lancashire.
Oct 1, 2013: Will Smith could take over the Hampshire captaincy after signing a two-year deal at the Ageas Bowl following his controversial release by county champions Durham.
Oct 1, 2013: The county career of Phil Jaques, the former Australia batsman, appears to have come to an end after Yorkshire decided to not renew his contract.
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
Surrey v Yorkshire, The Oval, 4th day
Sep 27, 2013: If this match is seen as a shootout for the England No. 6 slot in Brisbane, Gary Ballance can begin whitening his pads for the Gabba
Sussex v Durham, Hove, 4th day
Sep 27, 2013: Chris Nash led the way with 108 as Sussex beat champions Durham by six wickets to secure third place and £87,000 prize money in the LV= County Championship
Kent v Lancashire, Canterbury, 4th day
Sep 27, 2013: Darren Stevens hit a sumptuous unbeaten 205 to edge Kent over the line for a two-wicket Championship win and condemn champions Lancashire to their first defeat of the campaign
Glamorgan v Gloucestershire, Cardiff, 4th day
Sep 27, 2013: Glamorgan rounded off the County Championship season with a convincing eight-wicket win over Gloucestershire on the final day of their Division Two encounter at Cardiff.
Nottinghamshire v Somerset, Trent Bridge, 4th day
Sep 27, 2013: Somerset may have avoided relegation, but they have been unable to retain the services of their outstanding young England wicketkeeper batsman Jos Buttler
Sep 27, 2013: Monty Panesar's troubled season has ended with another disciplinary issue after he was handed a suspended County Championship ban
Kent v Lancashire, Canterbury, 3rd day
Sep 26, 2013: Ashwell Prince became the first Lancashire batsman in 16 seasons to score a century in each innings of a match
Surrey v Yorkshire, The Oval, 3rd day
Sep 26, 2013: Dominic Sibley provided a pleasant footnote to Surrey's torturous season by becoming the youngest player to score a double century in the County Championship
Sussex v Durham, Hove, 3rd day
Sep 26, 2013: Keaton Jennings and Michael Richardson both scored hundreds as Division One champions Durham fought back on the third day at Hove
Nottinghamshire v Somerset, Trent Bridge, 3rd day
Sep 26, 2013: Nottinghamshire and Somerset continued to make the most of batsmen-friendly conditions after learning that their Division One status had already been preserved for another season
Sep 26, 2013: Relegated Derbyshire may have to leave their home of the last 142 years and move to a new ground outside Derby if they are not to face a long-term future in Division Two, according to chairman Chris Grant
Worcestershire v Northants, New Road, 3rd day
Sep 26, 2013: It was probably to be expected that Northamptonshire would suffer something of a hangover - literal or metaphorical - on the third day of this game
Hampshire v Essex, Ageas Bowl, 3rd day
Sep 26, 2013: Matt Coles finished with match figures of 10 for 154 as Hampshire crushed Essex by an innings and 31 runs soon after lunch on the third day at the Ageas Bowl
Derbyshire v Warwickshire, Derby, 3rd day
Sep 26, 2013: Derbyshire were able to begin planning for next season when their relegation to Division Two was confirmed on the stroke of noon
Kent v Lancashire, Canterbury, 2nd day
Sep 25, 2013: Division Two champions Lancashire look set to finish the County Championship season unbeaten after strengthening their grip on their final match against Kent
While the numbers are evidence of the successful service AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn have given South Africa over the last decade, for them, creating records seems secondary to leaving a legacy
Peter Siddle has been a fixture in Australia's Test side over the last few years, but as his pace recedes the time of the next generation is growing nearer
After a long time we have seen an Indian team and captain enjoy the challenge of trying to overcome stronger opposition in an overseas Test
Who will replace the increasingly worn-down Clarke? And can Kohli keep his emotions in check enough to be a good captain?