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

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

ESSEX VS NORTHAMPTONSHIRE | DAY 4

Head coach David Ripley admitted the Specsavers County Championship defeat against Essex at Chelmsford was "a very poor result" after Northamptonshire succumbed by an innings and 92 runs.

MIDSHIRES ELECTRICAL TO SPONSOR STEVEN CROOK

We are pleased to announce that Midshires Electrical are to sponsor Steven Crook for the 2016 season.

NCCC SECOND XI VS LEICESTERSHIRE SECOND XI | DAY 3

Northamptonshire enjoyed the better of a draw in their Second XI Championship match against Leicestershire at Wantage Road.

EASYCOPIERS SPONSOR BEN DUCKETT

We are delighted to announce that Easycopiers have chosen to continue their relationship with NCCC this season.

OBITUARY | JOHN MINNEY 1939 - 2016

Northamptonshire County Cricket Club is sad to note the death of former player John Minney at the age of 76.

NCCC & KENT SECOND XI VS WARWICKSHIRE SECOND XI

Graeme White held the innings together as a combined Northamptonshire and Kent Second XI posted a handy total on the opening day of their fixture against Warwickshire at Canterbury.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE VS SUSSEX | DAY 2

Ben Duckett played his way into Northamptonshire history with 282 not out on the second day against Sussex at Wantage Road.

TO TOSS, OR NOT TO TOSS

A small slice of cricketing history will almost certainly be made on Sunday at one or more of the six fixtures in the opening round of the 2016 Specsavers County Championship

OXFORD MCCU | DAY 2

Skipper Alex Wakely, Josh Cobb and Adam Rossington all enjoyed some useful batting practice as Northamptonshire dodged the showers on the second day of their first-class opener against Oxford MCCU in The Parks.

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.

SRI LANKAN SEEKKUGE PRASANNA SIGNS FOR NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Northamptonshire County Cricket Club is delighted to announce the signing of Sri Lanka international Seekkuge Prasanna. The 30-year-old leg-spinner and hard-hitting batsman is available for the entire NatWest T20 Blast campaign with the Steelbacks – starting with the trip to Grace Road to play Leicestershire on May 20.

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