Ravi Bopara sums up the challenge of setting a field for Chris Gayle
One-day cricket is very unpredictable, whereas Championship cricket is more relaxed and more boring, in a way. You have to bowl six balls in the same area consistently.
Somerset bowler Craig Meschede explains why he has had difficulty in adjusting to the four-day format
Everyone get a life please...If a batsman is out on a stroll inspite of being warned, does that count as being in the spirit of the game?
Murali Kartik is not amused by reactions on his "mankading" to get rid of Somerset's Alex Barrow in the LV County Championship
At that point of the game, we normally have a guy called Pollard coming in for us, but unfortunately he was playing for the other team.
Somerset captain Alfonso Thomas on his team's failure to get late runs to beat Mumbai Indians
I also have happy memories of standing in the slips alongside Peter Roebuck and Vic Marks and we would pick all kinds of World XIs. It helped to keep the concentration going
Sunil Gavaskar recalls how he spent time in the field while playing for Somerset
With the strength of our batting attack, people may have to start wearing hard hats in Taunton town centre.
Somerset's chief executive, Richard Gould is salivating following the signing of Kieron Pollard
Somerset chairman Andy Nash on the need to popularise the game to draw in a new audience
Andy Nash, Somerset's chairman, wants to connect with Indian fans after watching the Champions League Twenty20
I always felt English and felt I could live here and hopefully in time my accent will change and be more English.
Somerset's South African-born keeper Craig Kieswetter wishes to assimilate as he looks to qualify for a place in the England set-up
Justin Langer doesn't get drawn into discussing Jonathan Trott in the wake of his leaked dossier
He's nearly 40, but Justin Langer believes his Somerset team-mate Andy Caddick can rediscover his best in 2009
Andrew Caddick explains why Marcus Trescothick has a stand in his name at Taunton
That's the overriding positive feeling about having retired from international cricket - not having that big bugger charging in at me.
Justin Langer admits that he doesn't miss facing Andrew Flintoff
Andrew Caddick gives a typically forthright view of English cricket
It's a nightmare. Andrew Caddick's helicopter is not big enough to ferry us around and Sanath Jayasuriya is exhausted already.
Somerset's chief executive Peter Anderson fumes about the long trips his club is forced to undertake