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Skipper Alex Wakely, Josh Cobb and Adam Rossington all enjoyed some useful batting practice as Northamptonshire dodged the showers on the second day of their first-class opener against Oxford MCCU in The Parks.
Following a solid tour of Barbados, Northamptonshire will be playing a two-day friendly against Middlesex at Merchant Taylors' School, starting tomorrow, Wednesday 30 March.
We are delighted to join up with Newbery cricket to provide top of the range cricket equipment. Newbery can trace bat making heritage back to 1919 when the Newbery family first made handmade cricket bats in the picturesque surroundings of East Sussex, England.
Northamptonshire County Cricket Club have published their results for the financial year ending September 30 2015. They show strong signs of recovery and are in line with the forecasts stated by the Board of Directors.
The Northamptonshire County Cricket Club squad fly to Barbados on Thursday morning for their pre-season tour.
The domestic cricket season will have an improved shape in 2017 after the ECB Board agreed changes to the season, following discussions with the First Class Counties.
We are delighted to announce the opening of our brand new Steelbacks Café situated upstairs in the Lynn Wilson centre. The café will be open from 16:00 – 21:00 Monday to Friday and from 09:00 – 18:00 Saturday and Sunday.
On the third Thursday in November each year the new Beaujolais Nouveau grape is launched. To celebrate the new grape, parties are held throughout France and further afield.
The England and Wales Cricket Board today announced Specsavers will become the new title sponsor of the County Championship.
Hevey Building Supplies Ltd has become the new Main Club Partner of Northamptonshire County Cricket Club. The partnership will continue throughout the next two seasons and sees a much closer affinity between the club and Hevey, a relationship that began in 2010.
As another cricket season appears on the horizon I think that it's time to appreciate what we currently have in county cricket.
Northamptonshire County Cricket Club have today signed a deal with T3 Signs appointing the local company as the club's Official Signage Partner. They will be producing new club signage at the ground, perimeter boards and stand branding too.
The school that produced one of the County Club’s finest captains has formed a ground-breaking partnership with Northants Cricket to help develop the outstanding young cricketers of tomorrow.
Steelbacks TV takes a look at a typical traning session for the Academy at Northamptonshire County Cricket club.