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
Billy Godleman made short shrift of a Warwickshire attack that relied on an unlikely source of sustenance as Jonathan Trott took four wickets
Unbeaten century seals third win in a row and cement Warwickshire's place at the top of Division Two
Warwickshire and Northamptonshire were both eyeing up a precious Specsavers County Championship victory after swapping blows for two gripping days at Edgbaston
When the visitors, having chosen to bat, plummeted to 102 for 7, it appeared that Division Two leaders Warwickshire were heading for total command
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
News from around the circuit, including a 'Charmed' visit to Edgbaston, and the man whose drop kick-started Jonathan Trott's career
Warwickshire wrapped up a comfortable victory at Edgbaston to strengthen their position at the top of Division Two
Derbyshire should be easy meat for the Bears as they seek to wrap up a small target on Sunday morning
His mind at rest, Jonathan Trott set about doing what he is good at and, as a host of other Warwickshire batsmen followed suit, that meant trouble for Derbyshire
Warwickshire will say farewell to Jonathan Trott in September as a noble first-class career enters its final phase
Ryan Sidebottom has been added to Warwickshire's list of injured pace bowlers and that threatens to disrupt their attempts to return to Division One at the first attempt
News from around the circuit, including the burning issue of county headwear, a promise to give fans their say and the scorer who prefers to run away
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"
News from around the circuit, including the successful clean up operation at New Road and a Lancashire fanzine editor gone rogue