Northamptonshire Player Number: 444
Graeme’s immense value to the Northamptonshire squad was highlighted in 2017 when he missed part of the season through injury, eventually undergoing surgery on his troublesome shoulder in September. Around the same time he committed himself to the club by agreeing a new two-year contract. Graeme was the ‘junior’ member of Northamptonshire’s Academy way back in 2001, aged 14, and the left-arm spinner stepped up to first-class cricket with the County five years later. After a stint with Nottinghamshire he returned to Wantage Road – initially on loan, in 2013 – and has played a major role in the Steelbacks’ white-ball successes. In 2016 he was named national player of the year in the One-Day Cup and gained selection for the pre-season ‘North v South’ series in the UAE.
Northamptonshire’s most promising young cricketers are tapping into the expertise of the club’s first-team coaches this winter. And head coach David Ripley says that’s just the way it should be.
Northamptonshire CCC is pleased to confirm that Hevey Building Supplies have extended their commitment as Main Club Partner.
Northamptonshire CCC is delighted to announce the signing of South African batsman Temba Bavuma.
Two sharply contrasting young bowlers have been given their own chance to shine on Northamptonshire CCC’s Academy next summer.
Northamptonshire County Cricket Club are delighted to announce that we will host the Women's One Day International as England face the West Indies.
As the country pauses to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War – at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918 – Northamptonshire County Cricket Club also remembers with pride its players who served in the conflict, and especially the three who didn’t return.
ECB commemorates First World War Cricketers with the launch of the Cricket Remembers campaign
David Capel has asked Northamptonshire County Cricket Club to pass on his grateful thanks to all those supporters and former colleagues who have sent their good wishes and messages of support during his illness.
Pace bowler Ben Cotton has joined Northamptonshire’s attack on a one-year contract.
Scotland international Tom Sole and batsman Charlie Thurston have both agreed professional contracts with Northamptonshire County Cricket Club.
Ken Turner and George Tribe are the latest inductees to Northamptonshire County Cricket Club’s ‘Hall of Fame.’
Northampton Winter Food Festival returns to The County Ground on 10th & 11th November. Book your tickets today!
Head coach David Ripley praised Ben Curran's unbeaten 83 which steered Northamptonshire to a six-wicket, two-day victory over Sussex at Wantage Road.
Ben Sanderson took four wickets and slugged 36 from No. 11 to put Northamptonshire on top against Sussex after a first day's play where 20 wickets fell at Wantage Road.
Head coach David Ripley says that he was disappointed that the bad weather in Bristol put paid to any hopes of Northamptonshire getting a Specsavers County Championship win over Gloucestershire.
Northamptonshire and Gloucestershire were frustrated by the weather on the third day of the Specsavers County Championship Second Division match at Bristol.
An enterprising sixth-wicket stand between Richard Levi and Adam Rossington made the difference as Northamptonshire gained the upper hand on day two of the Specsavers County Championship match with Gloucestershire at Bristol.
Brett Hutton played a starring role as Northamptonshire dominated Gloucestershire on the opening day of the Specsavers County Championship match at Bristol.
Steven Crook has today announced his retirement from all forms of cricket at the end of the 2018 season.
Ricardo Vasconcelos has committed his future to Northamptonshire by signing a three-year contract extension which will see him remain at the club until the end of the 2021 season.