LCCC have announced that the contracts of their overseas players have been terminated for the 2020 season
The sun has set on an extraordinary summer for English cricket. However, with the recently-proposed Hundred competition – the ECB’s answer to glitzy T20 tournaments like the Indian Premier League and Australia’s Big Bash – the move away from county cricket has the potential to alienate masses of loyal cricket fans.
‘The best batting we’ve had for some time’: Homegrown Lancashire bubbling up nicely for title tilt, says Chapple
Glen Chapple’s Lancashire embark on their latest County Championship campaign on Friday with the best chance of wearing the summer’s crown since their last triumph in 2011.
If you ever needed reminding how strong Michael Atherton’s Mancunian roots are just mention the weather.
When opportunity knocks you have to open the door but Alex Davies has gone one better and battered it down with Lancashire this summer – according to former England international Mark Butcher.
Any negative self-reflection after the Ashes should be left firmly to the vanquished Australians, former England wicketkeeper, Alec Stewart, has said.
A youthful Lancashire squad will attempt to bounce back from the County Championship Division Two for the third time in 11 years after their last-day relegation in 2014.
Relegated Lancashire recently announced that Ashley Giles will take over as head coach next season and the two players may not be the last to be cut
Lancashire must add 41 runs without losing three wickets in the first 14 overs off play to have any chance of evading relegation.
Medium-fast bowler Hogg was forced to announce his retirement this morning due to a severe back injury.