Northamptonshire Player Number: 492
Josh secured a place in the record books in 2016 after being named ‘Man of the Match’ in a domestic T20 final for the second time in his career. His knock of 80 from 48 balls (his fifth half-century of the campaign) paved the way for the Steelbacks’ triumph over Durham at Edgbaston. He celebrated by signing a new three-year deal with the club. The son of a Leicestershire stalwart, Russell Cobb, Josh crossed one of county cricket’s great divides – from Grace Road to Wantage Road – in 2015 and proceeded to make telling contributions in all formats for his new club. In addition to his destructive batting and tidy off-spin, he is one of the most brilliant fielders in county cricket. After a relatively quiet 2017 season he will be eager to return to the spotlight this summer following a stint in Australia.
Josh Cobb has become the latest player to extend his stay at Wantage Road.
Alex Wakely says that last week's joint training session with Northampton Saints was an eye-opener for the Northamptonshire squad.
The first Northampton SportsAid Lunch of 2019 features a former England international rugby player who won multiple Premiership and Heineken Champions Cup titles with Leicester Tigers.
Rob Keogh says that a six-week spell spent playing and training in Melbourne this winter has reinvigorated his appetite for cricket ahead of the 2019 season.
Northamptonshire County Cricket Club has today announced that West Indies captain Jason Holder will be in the squad for part of the 2019 Specsaver County Championship and Royal London One Day Cup campaigns, subject to Cricket West Indies NOC approval.
The Northamptonshire squad is heading to La Manga in March as part of the preparations for the 2019 season, and the club has partnered with Smile Group Travel to offer supporters a special rate at one of Europe's prime resorts!
Northamptonshire CCC has today announced a new partnership with Parkway Volkswagen Northampton.
Procter and Newton attended the event to provide prizes for the young carers.
Northamptonshire and Suffolk's Framlingham College have today announced an exciting new educational partnership which will give outstanding opportunities to some of the region's most talented young cricketers.
Northamptonshire County Cricket Club has announced that Rob Newton has extended his stay at the club until at least the end of the 2020 season.
Pakistan all-rounder Faheem Ashraf will join Northamptonshire Steelbacks for the whole of this summer's Vitality Blast campaign.
Northamptonshire supporters have the perfect Christmas present with news that captain Alex Wakely has agreed a contract extension to keep him at Wantage Road until at least the end of the 2020 season.
Luke Swann, performance cricket & EPP head coach, announced this week the 2019 intake for the Northamptonshire CCC emerging player programme (EPP), highlighted by Luke as “a very exciting group of elite cricketers”.
Northamptonshire pace bowler Nathan Buck has signed a contract extension to keep him at Wantage Road until at least the end of the 2021 season.
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.