Sep 21, 2011 First-class cricket in England has been bright-eyed and rosy-cheeked for the last few seasons. And the one just concluded was truly special
Sep 16, 2011 With no money and no major home ground, Lancashire battled against the tide to secure their first Championship title in 77 years
Somerset v Essex, Clydesdale Bank 40, Taunton
Aug 30, 2011 It's grand when you can watch a game without the aid of Alexandre Dumas, isn't it?
County cricket 2011
Aug 29, 2011 After more than 20 years on the county circuit, Paul Nixon is leaving the game on a high
India in England 2011
Aug 26, 2011 Jos Buttler's thoughtful manner is at odds with the dynamic, explosive brand of batting that has turned heads on the county scene for the last two seasons and has now led to further honours in the international arena
Aug 26, 2011 It's only fair that the county game receives some of the praise for its part in England's success story. The Championship to provide the foundations for the international side
Aug 9, 2011 County cricket doesn't have a transfer system but it may not be far away as more players are being enticed to new clubs
Hampshire v Nottinghamshire, Rose Bowl, 4th day
Jul 24, 2011 The guiding principle of Law 7 with regard to pitch preparation is simple: conditions should be as similar as possible for both sides throughout the match - and there can be no argument that this has not been achieved
Jul 20, 2011 The ECB have agreed to end the English season early to open a window for the Champions League but is it right given they have no stake in the event?
Jul 8, 2011 As we pass the halfway point of the county year, George Dobell talks to four county coaches about the key features of the season so far