Leicestershire's chief executive has provided the clearest hint yet that the days of promotion and relegation in the County Championship could be coming to an end
Gloucestershire timed their run chase to perfection to see off Glamorgan as George Hankins paraded his 50-over potential
Leicestershire won their first Championship match in 19 attempts and had to survive a tail-end battering from Marchant de Lange as they crept home by three runs
Paul Horton's aggressive fifty followed the excellent work of Leicestershire's bowlers to dismantle Glamorgan
An x-ray revealed that Lewis Hill's arm was not broken after he was struck by Marchant de Lange, but that was about as far as the good news went for Leicestershire
Daryl Mitchell, chairman of the Professional Cricketers Association, insisted that the 100-ball format is "not set in stone" after a meeting between the ECB and a players' delegation at Edgbaston
There were few alarms for Kent as they completed a six-wicket victory in Cardiff
Kent chipped away at Glamorgan's second innings at Sophia Gardens to close in on their second Championship win of the season
Glamorgan lost all ten wickets for 37 runs and, as a result, opener Jack Murphy carried his bat for 39 to achieve a historic feat
Foul April weather leaves Middlesex's captain searching for solutions as the Championship encounter with Glamorgan surrenders to rain and bad light
Bowlers dominated on a grim day at Lord's but Middlesex's Stevie Eskinazi managed to provide a bright interlude
Glamorgan captain Michael Hogan picked up two wickets to give his side the edge at Lord's
Mick Newell has urged the English game to resist the temptation to restructure the County Championship into conferences.
Eoin Morgan, England's limited-overs captain, has thrown his weight behind the ECB's 100-ball concept, describing himself as a "big fan"
On Wednesday they revealed widespread misgivings about the "future of the game", ahead of the meeting with the ECB on May 8 to discuss the new 100-ball tournament
Joe Root, England's Test captain, has welcomed ECB plans for a new-team competition in 2020, suggesting it will appeal to a "completely new audience"