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Northants’ Olly Stone Returns To Boost Wollaston

WOLLASTON captain Chris Perry insists it’s no coincidence that their third win of the season came in the same match that Northamptonshire youngster Olly Stone made his first start of the year for the club.

Vasconcelos to miss rest of 2019 season, set to undergo ankle surgery

asconcelos, 21, is set to undergo surgery on his ankle after suffering the injury whilst warming up ahead of the final day of their County Championship clash against Derbyshire.

Young Gun: Strong work ethic reaps the rewards for ambitious Emilio Gay

The 20-year-old from Bedford has just signed his first professional terms with Northants, a two-year deal his reward for a stellar season with the second team, bat in hand.

County Championship: Chris Rushworth gets results early doors

Two wickets in the first over of the day at Pattonair County Ground

Luke Wood joins Northamptonshire on loan from Notts

A player watched by David Ripley last week at Trent Bridge

Jobs in Cricket

This service has moved… The Jobs in Cricket service is now still operating, just independently. You can now find all the latest cricket jobs from around the world by following the below accounts: Twitter – JobsinCric Facebook – Jobs in Cricket Instagram – Jobs in Cricket You can still access the same services as before; […]

Holder, the gentle giant destined to be a leader

Stephen Thorpe takes a look at the character and development of the West Indies skipper and suggests that he was always heading for the top of the game

Promotion is still on Middlesex’s radar, says Angus Fraser

Middlesex have been wanting for consistency this season, but it’s not over yet by any means…

Have England discovered a new bowling star but stumped themselves with new residency rules? And no, we’re not talking about Jofra

A net session that was supposed to be about getting the batsmen in good nick paved the way for a bowler to shine in front of Ed Smith

Cricket in the last long hot summer

In years to come, the summer of 2018 will often be prefixed by such phrases as “the long hot”, “the scorching” or, if you commute into London every day, maybe even “that dreadful”. It has undoubtedly been an incredible one in terms of weather, and for those of us old enough to remember puts us […]

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