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And the winner is...

Sep 25, 2009: A former bludgeoner, two former England keepers, a stocky allrounder, a fingerspinner, and a future KP, in our awards for the season

Lawrence Booth

Jonathan Trott

England's forgotten Ashes hero

Sep 25, 2009: Not many discussed him before his century on debut to secure the Ashes, not many seem to be discussing him after that performance

Andrew Miller

Cricket Writers' Club 2009

Who cares who wins?

Sep 22, 2009: The chairman of the Cricket Writers' Club, Pat Gibson, warns of the dangers of belittling the County Championship

Pat Gibson

Damn the bloat

Sep 21, 2009: Day-nighters in autumn? English cricket has crossed a certain line with this one

Tanya Aldred

Durham retain county title

How the Championship was won

Sep 13, 2009: Durham retained the County Championship title with two matches remaining. Cricinfo looks back at how they did it

Andrew McGlashan

What's so great about two divisions anyway?

Sep 11, 2009: The current structure may have been put in place to encourage more results, but it hasn't quite worked out that way

Lawrence Booth

Alastair Cook

Gooch fine-tunes his young protege

Sep 10, 2009: While England struggle, Alastair Cook, not required for international duty, has been hitting hundreds for Essex in domestic one-day cricket to fine-tune his game

Andrew Miller

No time for back-slapping

Aug 26, 2009: England have displayed fortitude, pride, skill and unity, but they need to confront some hard truths still

Peter Roebuck

Oh Tresco

Aug 21, 2009: The last two games of the Twenty20 Cup provided reaffirmation of what a talent the international game has lost in Marcus Trescothick

Lawrence Booth

Fit for a benefit

Aug 7, 2009: Surrey's Jonathan Batty is a deserving beneficiary of a system that doesn't always work the way it should

Lawrence Booth

Hampshire v Sussex, Friends Provident Trophy final, Lord's

Test of character for ambitious Tahir

Jul 24, 2009: The phrase journeyman doesn't do justice to Imran Tahir's career, which tomorrow sees him take on Sussex for Hampshire in the Friends Provident Trophy final

Andrew McGlashan

And then there were three

Jul 24, 2009: We seem to be heading to a three-tournament format; whether it's out of concern for Test and county cricket is a bit beside the point

Lawrence Booth

Fletcher's formula

Jul 10, 2009: The former England coach may be critical of the English domestic game's set-up, but that's not the same as being critical of its essence

Lawrence Booth

Hot like Notts

Jun 19, 2009: One side has made the transition from whipping boys to top dogs seamlessly

Lawrence Booth

Riding the Twenty20 wave

Jun 5, 2009: They have never won a County Championship, but the shortest form of the game is proving Northamptonshire's ticket out of anonymity

Lawrence Booth

Get a move on

May 22, 2009: Ashes or not, Twenty20 in England has slipped off the radar and has a way to go to catch up in the public consciousness

Lawrence Booth

'I felt I was going a bit cuckoo in New Zealand'

Apr 20, 2009: Six months away and enjoying every minute of it, though being dropped from the England side still rankles

Matthew Hoggard

England's No.3 battle

"Someone had to go and it was my turn" - Bell

Apr 9, 2009: Ian Bell only returned from the warmer climes of the Caribbean a week ago, but had no qualms swapping his shorts and T-shirt for a beanie and three jumpers as he prepared to play for MCC at Lord's

Andrew McGlashan
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County Results
Derbyshire v Glamorgan at Derby - Sep 27, 2009
Glamorgan won by 5 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
Kent v Northants at Canterbury - Sep 27, 2009
Northants won by 99 runs
Lancashire v Warwickshire at Manchester - Sep 27, 2009
Warwickshire won by 3 wickets (with 0 balls remaining)
Leics v Surrey at Leicester - Sep 27, 2009
Surrey won by 4 wickets (with 5 balls remaining)
Notts v Gloucs at Nottingham - Sep 27, 2009
Gloucs won by 9 wickets (with 195 balls remaining)
Somerset v Durham at Taunton - Sep 27, 2009
Durham won by 2 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
Worcs v Sussex at Worcester - Sep 27, 2009
Worcs won by 49 runs
Yorkshire v Essex at Leeds - Sep 27, 2009
Essex won by 7 wickets (with 39 balls remaining)
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