Northamptonshire Player Number: 471
Another product of Northamptonshire’s Academy, Rob ticked a notable achievement off his personal cricketing ‘to do’ list in 2016 with a maiden Championship double-century – 202 not out - against Leicestershire. Only Ben Duckett racked up more first-class runs for the County last season. After scoring heavily in school cricket at Framlingham, Rob confirmed his arrival at the higher level in 2012 with three Championship centuries, including two in the same match against Derbyshire. Since then he has suffered some frustrating injuries but in 2014 earned the admiration of all present when he braved a cracked thumb to deny Durham’s bowlers and save Northamptonshire from defeat in the first Championship Division One fixture at Wantage Road since 2004.
1. Top of your playlist? Athletico Mince
2. Mayweather or McGregor? Neither
3. Childhood Hero? Alan Shearer
4. Worst dressed in the squad? Nathan Buck
5. Which Emoji are you? Big nose for Wakers
6. Celebrity Crush? Sergio Garcia
7. Best moment of your career? Derby all 4 days washed out
8. Ultimate sandwich? Fish finger
9. Favourite holiday destination? Butlins
10. The Ashes or the IPL? Golf
Rob Keogh's gritty undefeated 88 wasn't enough to save Northamptonshire from an eight-wicket defeat with a full day to spare against Worcestershire at Wantage Road
Northamptonshire Batsman Richard Levi has been taken to hospital as a precaution after suffering a blow to the helmet
Daryl Mitchell’s 161 on the second day at Wantage Road put Worcestershire on course for a fourth consecutive victory in the Specsavers County Championship.
Daryl Mitchell’s unbeaten half-century made it Worcestershire’s opening day at a sunny Wantage Road. Having bowled Northamptonshire out for 238, Mitchell’s 52 not out steered the visitors to 108 for 2 by the close, trailing by 130.
Northamptonshire resume their Specsavers County Championship campaign this week hoping to build on the strong start to their red-ball season as Worcestershire visit Wantage Road.
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Richard Levi has signed a two year contract extension to keep him at Northamptonshire until the end of the 2019 season.
Only a few places remain for the NCCC Golf Day! Book your spot before its to late! Its guaranteed to be a great day!
LHG Live are proud to announce that The County Ground, home of Northants Cricket, Northampton, will welcome Olly Murs on Friday 14th July, performing as part of his huge Summer UK Tour.
Tom Sole’s brave half-century late in the day narrowly failed to bring Northamptonshire home as they failed to punish a laboured display by the South Africans, the Proteas winning by 13 runs at Wantage Road in their final warm-up match ahead of the ODI series against England.
If you’re down at County Ground this weekend for the one-day Steelbacks vs South Africa cricket match, keep your eyes open for some extra special flower planters and hanging baskets.
Academy recruit Saif Zaib, has signed his first professional contract with Northamptonshire which will see him remain at the club until the end of 2018.
David Murphy has suffered a lower back injury which will see him miss a large chunk of the season.
Rain forced the Royal London Cup match between Leicestershire and Northamptonshire to be abandoned as a draw with only 16.5 overs having been bowled.
Gary Ballance made a perfectly-paced 152 not out to steer Yorkshire towards the knockout stage of the Royal London Cup with a mighty 164-run win over Northamptonshire at Wantage Road, a result that knocked Northants out of the competition.
Northamptonshire slipped to a 19-run defeat in Sunday's Royal London Cup group match away to Durham
A well-crafted unbeaten century by Northants Steelbacks’ captain Alex Wakely piloted his side to their first win in this year’s Royal London One-Day Cup and condemned Lancashire Lightning to their third successive defeat, a position from which Steven Croft’s team will find it immensely difficult to qualify for the quarter-finals.