Jake Ball continued his impressive start to the new season with three early wickets on the second morning of Nottinghamshire’s Specsavers County Championship match against Yorkshire at Trent Bridge.
Yorkshire overcame a disappointing start to take the spoils on the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship match against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.
The second week of Notts Premier League action sees each of last week’s winning sides go up against each other.
England duo Joe Root and Ben Stokes discussed a variety of pressing issues for the forthcoming season in Friday's Investec round-table chat with the national press. Here are some of the topics covered:
Despite Nottinghamshire’s disappointing defeat against Lancashire this week, the Old Trafford match provided further evidence that Jake Ball may be inching closer towards gaining international recognition.
The Nottingham Premier Cricket League returns this weekend with defending champions Kimberley welcoming Ordsall Bridon to the 2bm Ground.
Nottinghamshire CCC director of cricket Mick Newell was quick to praise Mansfield-born bowler Jake Ball amid the disappointment of today’s eight wicket defeat at Lancashire.
Lancashire’s batsmen took just 75 minutes and 17 overs to wrap up an eight-wicket victory over Nottinghamshire in their opening Specsavers County Championship match at Emirates Old Trafford today.
Neil Wagner continued his outstanding Lancashire debut with five more wickets to keep them on course for victory against Nottinghamshire in their first game back in Division One of the Specsavers County Championship.
Lancashire’s bowlers enjoyed an excellent session on the third day of their Specsavers Division One game against Nottinghamshire, reducing the visitors to 107 for four in their second innings.
There was cricket for the County Championship purist on offer at Emirates Old Trafford on the third morning of the Specsavers County Championship match between Lancashire and Nottinghamshire.
Bowler Jackson Bird feels Nottinghamshire did well to limit Lancashire’s advantage following the close of day two of their Division One match at Emirates Old Trafford.
A typically defiant fifty by Alex Davies and a nerveless 63 not out from debutant Liam Livingstone enabled Lancashire to take a clear advantage on the second day of their Specsavers Division One match at Emirates Old Trafford.
A session characterised by watchful defence in its first hour but a little more aggression in its second saw Lancashire progress to 108 for three in reply to Nottinghamshire’s 242 on the second day of their Specsavers Division One match at Emirates Old Trafford.
Derbyshire have signed fast bowler Luke Fletcher from Nottinghamshire on a month’s loan.
Notts and England batsman James Taylor has been forced to retire due to a serious heart condition.