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DAY TWO | NCCC THRASH GLAMORGAN IN TWO DAYS

Ben Sanderson led Northamptonshire to a mighty win over Glamorgan inside two days at Wantage Road with four second-innings wickets as Northants won by an innings and 22 runs to begin the 2017 season in the perfect fashion. Northants took a 209-run first-innings lead in the morning session and wrapped up victory after tea, dismissing Glamorgan for 187 in their second-innings. Northants took until August to win a County Championship match last season but here, got off the mark at the first att

CLUB CAPTAIN EXTENDS HIS CONTRACT

Alex Wakely has signed a two-year extension to his contract, keeping him at Northamptonshire CCC until the end of the 2019 season. The new deal will see Wakely’s stay at the club reach the 15-year mark, after graduating from the academy at Wantage Road

WAKELY TON ROUNDS OFF RUN-FEST

Alex Wakely hit the sixth individual century of the match as Northamptonshire drew their first-class season-opener against Loughborough MCCU after a record-breaking day at Wantage Road

MATCH REPORT | NORTHANTS V NOTTS

Alex Wakely hit a captain's hundred on Northamptonshire's pre-season tour in Barbados on Friday

COUNTY COMPLETE KENT VICTORY

Northamptonshire duly completed a third Specsavers Championship victory of the season as they hammed Kent by ten wickets at Beckenham with a full day to spare.

WAKELY: "WE'LL ALWAYS CARE ABOUT THE CHAMPIONSHIP"

Northamptonshire resume their Specsavers County Championship campaign on Saturday against Leicestershire at Wantage Road and still have a point to prove despite their their one-day success.

STEELBACKS CLINCH HOME T20 'QUARTER' DESPITE DEFEAT

Northamptonshire Steelbacks secured a home T20 quarter-final against Middlesex despite Friday night's 14-run defeat against Yorkshire at Wantage Road

BEARS' OPENERS SINK COUNTY AT EDGBASTON

An opening stand of 180 from Sam Hain and William Porterfield powered Warwickshire to an eight-wicket Royal London One-Day Cup victory over Northamptonshire at Edgbaston.

WAKELY'S WEEKLY

Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, I'm able to write this latest column from the bus as we travel up to Yorkshire for our Blast game.

IT'S A WASHOUT AT CHESTERFIELD

Northamptonshire suffered their first County Championship washout since 1981 as not a ball could be bowled in their Specsavers Championship contest against Derbyshire at Chesterfield

STEELBACKS TAME THE BEARS AT EDGBASTON

The Steelbacks cemented their place at the top of the NatWestT20Blast North Group by thrashing Birmingham Bears by eight wickets at Edgbaston.

Back to the top of the table.

Steelbacks secure a home win over the Durham Jets

DEFEAT IS HARD LINES ON DUCKETT

Northamptonshire suffered a two-wicket defeat at the hands of Yorkshire in the Royal London Cup at Scarborough - despite a maiden List A century from Ben Duckett

GLOUCS V NORTHAMPTONSHIRE - DAY 4

Rob Newton and Steven Crook hit centuries as Northamptonshire batted through the final day at Bristol to save their Specsavers Championship match against Gloucestershire

"LET'S CALL IT A DRAW..."

Northamptonshire's Championship draw with Derbyshire suggests a theme is emerging

MIND OVER MATTER | PREPARATIONS CONTINUE

BBC Look East's James Burridge spent a morning with the squad learning the importance of including mental wellbeing as part of the preparations for the coming season. Check out the video here.

HOSTS SEE OFF COUNTY IN ONE-DAYER

A Barbados Select XI proved too strong for Northamptonshire in Wednesday's 50-over contest at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown.

A RIGHT ROYAL TREAT

For many cricketers, a day's rest can only mean one thing - golf. And for a few members of the Northamptonshire County Cricket Club Squad, yesterday's rest day in Barbados was a real treat.

ONE WIN, ONE DEFEAT IN BARBADOS T20

Northamptonshire had to settle for runners-up spot in the Barbados Twenty20 tournament as the pre-season tour to the Caribbean continues. A superb knock from Steven Crook paved the way for a comfortable 54-run victory in the semi-final against the host island.

NO CHANGE AT THE TOP

Alex Wakely has signed a new deal with Northamptonshire County Cricket Club which sees his contract extended until September 2017. He will also remain as captain across all formats for the foreseeable future.

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