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Dec 17, 2014: Phil Whitticase is to leave Leicestershire after 31 years at the club as player and then coach
Nov 27, 2014: Yorkshire will begin the defence of their County Championship title at New Road in 2015 as Worcestershire face the toughest of starts to life back in Division One.
Nov 4, 2014: Leicestershire's management restructuring has continued with the appointment of Andrew McDonald as head coach
Oct 27, 2014: Wasim Khan said he was under no illusions about the scale of the task facing him after he was confirmed as Leicestershire's new chief executive
Oct 27, 2014: Leicestershire have announced the appointment of Wasim Khan as their new chief executive officer
Oct 16, 2014: There was at last some good news for Leicestershire as a new cricket facility was opened in the city centre. A boost to the recreational game in the city can only be of benefit to a beleaguered county.
Oct 15, 2014: Phil Whitticase has stood down as Leicestershire's director of cricket and Mark Cosgrove could be on his way to Grace Road as captain in all three formats
Oct 3, 2014: The talent drain at Leicestershire has continued with the departure of opening batsman Greg Smith to Nottinghamshire
Oct 2, 2014: Ashley Giles, who started the year as England's limited-overs coach, could end it in charge of the bottom team in county cricket
Oct 2, 2014: ESPNcricinfo keeps tabs on the movement between counties ahead of the 2014 season
Sep 26, 2014: Leicestershire have defended themselves against claims that they have not done everything in their power to prevent the exodus of players
Derbyshire v Leicestershire, Derby, 3rd day
Sep 25, 2014: A final curtain of gloom descended on Leicestershire's miserable season when they crumbled to 112 all out to lose by 408 runs against Derbyshire.
Derbyshire v Leicestershire, Derby, 2nd day
Sep 24, 2014: Derbyshire's young seamer Ben Cotton took the bowling honours away from Mark Footitt at Derby as Leicestershire's batting folded again to leave them facing the prospect of another defeat.
Derbyshire v Leicestershire, Derby, 1st day
Sep 23, 2014: Leicestershire's hopes of ending a two-year wait for a Championship victory were frustrated by a maiden first-class century from Derbyshire opener Ben Slater on a controversial day that saw India Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara given out for handling the b
Sep 22, 2014: Neil Davidson, the former Leicestershire chairman, could be on the brink of an unlikely return to cricket administration at the club where his tenure ended in revolt.
Sep 17, 2014: Leicestershire's miserable summer has taken a turn for the worse after Northants confirmed the signing of their one-day captain Josh Cobb
Leicestershire v Essex, Grace Road, 2nd day
Sep 16, 2014: Essex crushed Leicestershire by an innings and 79 runs inside two days in the Championship Division Two clash at Grace Road
Leicestershire v Essex, Grace Road, 1st day
Sep 15, 2014: Jesse Ryder claimed career-best first-class bowling figures to keep Essex in contention for promotion on the first day of their County Championship game against Leicestershire
Gloucestershire v Leicestershire, Bristol, 4th day
Sep 12, 2014: Will Gidman marked his last home appearance for Gloucestershire with a century as the match with Leicestershire at Bristol meandered to a draw.
Gloucestershire v Leicestershire, Bristol, 3rd day
Sep 11, 2014: Niall O'Brien hit a run-a-ball century as Leicestershire extended their first innings total to 565 all out on the third day of the batsmen-dominated match against Gloucestershire at Bristol
Both batsmen seemingly have buckets of talent at their disposal and the backing of their captains, but soft dismissals relentlessly follow both around the Test arena
Josh Hazlewood has been on Australian cricket's radar since he was a teenager. The player that made a Test debut at the Gabba was a much-improved version of the tearaway from 2010
For the first hour on day three, despite the heat and the largely unhelpful pitch, India's fast bowlers showed a level of intensity and penetration rarely seen from them; in the second hour, things mostly reverted to type
Bowlers who have been around for plenty of time but haven't played in cricket's biggest show
Perhaps it is the death of Phillip Hughes, perhaps it is the heat, perhaps it is the absence of Ryan Harris, but Mitchell Johnson is not as scary as he used to be
A look at some of cricket's most memorable strokes - and their makers
As ever, the West Indies board has taken the short-term view and removed supposedly troublesome players instead of recognising its own incompetence
To consider banning it in the wake of Phillip Hughes' death may be knee-jerk, but to refuse to consider the pros and cons of a ban is unwise