Gloucestershire chase down 68 runs from four overs to beat Derbyshire in the RLODC
With six runs required off the final ball, Gloucestershire's Jack Taylor was caught at square leg but the umpire signalled no-ball for having too many fielders on the leg side. Benny Howell then smashed a four to hand Derbyshire a painful defeat.
I'm feeling quite psychic tonight.First I predicted that Mark Footitt wouldn't play against Australia tomorrow, which turned out to be bang on the money, then suggested that Derbyshire might look to the Kolpak market for recruitment, something that Gra...
Glamorgan 410-9 declaredDerbyshire 252 and 281-3 (Rutherford 108, Madsen 79 not)Match drawnIn the end, showing greater resilience than has been evident of late Derbyshire saved this game with relative ease. The quick loss of Billy Godleman and Chesney ...
Derbyshire 201-7 (C Hughes 52, Rutherford 37)Nottinghamshire 167 all out (Wessels 66, Rimmington 3-24)Derbyshire won by 34 runsWhat a fantastic response by the Derbyshire players tonight! My arguments over the talent in the side were thoroughly vindica...
Confident New Zealand set to thwart confused England
New Zealand have arrived in England for a two-Test series and find themselves in unfamiliar territory. For once, they are the outfit that appears the most confident while England are in the midst of disarray. Can the Kiwis end a 16-year baron run on English soil?
Why New Zealand can be next World Champions in cricket
"For the majority of their long journey in the Gentleman’s Game, they have performed admirably, courageously and with considerable aplomb, only to fall short at the final hurdle. Each defeat has only made them stronger and hungrier, and they keep rising from the ashes."
Hamish Rutherford and Peter Fulton axed from New Zealand contract list
New Zealand opening batsmen Rutherford and Fulton have been left out of the contract list for 2014-15,while James Neesham, Ish Sodhi, Adam Milne, Matt Henry and Luke Ronchi being the new addition to the list.