Northamptonshire Player Number: 492
Josh will remember 2016 as the season which saw him named ‘Man of the Match’ in a domestic T20 final for the second time in his career, as a 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 the county game - just ask Sri Lankan great Mahela Jayawardene after THAT catch in the 2015 T20 quarter-final down at Hove!
Northamptonshire allrounder Steven Crook is confident of a return to peak fitness as he prepares for the start of the new county season on 7 April.
Northamptonshire wrapped up their pre-season tour of Barbados with a handy work-out against Hampshire at Windward CC on Tuesday
Northamptonshire and Hampshire are looking to make up for lost time after a rain-affected opening day of their two-day fixture in Barbados
Northamptonshire survived a scare to edge out Cardiff MCCU by three runs in Saturday's T20 contest on pre-season tour in Barbados
Alex Wakely hit a captain's hundred on Northamptonshire's pre-season tour in Barbados on Friday
Andrew Strauss has stressed to the 26 players selected for the new North-South Series that begins in Dubai tomorrow (Friday) that they have the perfect platform to stake a claim for a place in the 2019 World Cup.
Josh Cobb and Adam Rossington led the way as Northamptonshire overcame Loughborough University in their opening 50-over match on the club's pre-season tour in Barbados.
We are delighted to have The Nigel Wagstaff/Houghton Hams Charity as our chosen charity for the 2017 season. Founded in 2016, The Nigel Wagstaff charity supports local fundraising projects within the community.
Ben Duckett and James Vince warmed up for the North-South Series with fluent centuries on a high-scoring day at the ICC Academy in Dubai.
Graeme White will always have happy memories of Colombo, after relishing a dream England Lions debut in which he took three wickets to play a crucial part in a five-wicket win.
PlayerLayer has reached agreement with Northamptonshire County Cricket Club to become the Official Kit Partner for the 2017 season. PlayerLayer will supply all playing kit for the T20, RL50 and County Championship competitions, as well as training and replica kit for the 2017 season.
Sri Lankan international bowler Seekkuge Prasanna will return to Northamptonshire for T20 Blast.
Shehan Jayasuriya starred with bat and ball as England Lions slipped to a third consecutive defeat in their one-day series against Sri Lanka A.
Sri Lanka A took a 2-0 lead in the five-match one-day series against England Lions despite the gutsiest innings yet of Liam Livingstone’s prolific tour.
Northamptonshire County Cricket Club have published their results for the financial year ending September 30 2016.
Saturday 4th March will see the official opening of Northants Cricket Shop at the County Ground.
England Lions were handed a lesson in one-day cricket, sub-continental style as an experienced Sri Lanka A team claimed a comfortable win in the first of their five-match series.
Richard Gleeson, the Steelbacks’ most economical bowler in the successful T20 campaign last season, is set to miss North v South Series in Dubai next month with knee injury.
Critically acclaimed play about cricketer Colin Milburn comes to The East Midlands in March Following a sell-out tour in November 2016, Dougie Blaxland’s critically acclaimed one man show When The Eye Has Gone is coming to The Derby Theatre as part of a UK National tour on 5th March 2017. Tickets are available from the box office on 01332 59 39 39.