Ashwell Prince believes that departing Lancashire stalwart Paul Horton can be proud of his achievements for the county, as the Australian approaches the end of his stay at Old Trafford.
Lancashire were crowned t20 Blast Champions for the first time in their long history last weekend, despite doubts over the side both before the season’s start, and before finals day itself.
Lancashire must add 41 runs without losing three wickets in the first 14 overs off play to have any chance of evading relegation.
Lancashire narrowly missed out on a season-opening win by as they went down to Nottinghamshire by 45 runs
Ashwell Prince leads the way as Lancashire Lightning dispatch Scottish Saltires in Yorkshire Bank 40
Prince top-scored with unbeaten knock of 98
Lancashire’s Tom Smith targets Yorkshire Bank 40 qualification after Lightning strike twice in Essex
Red Rose secured 64-run victory over table-toppers
Essex bowled out for 20 at Chelmsford
‘Outstanding character’: Simon Katich praises Lancashire’s character after Surrey win reignites 40-over campaign
Lancs sealed a five-wicket with 15 balls to spare
Double frustration for Lancashire after one-day loss to Durham
Kids are alright: Ex-Lancashire skipper and England coach wants Red Rose to continue developing youth
John Abrahams is England’s U-19 coach
Lightning head to Hampshire Royals