Nottinghamshire

  • Jason Gillespie glad to fulfil Geoffrey Boycott order 3 days ago

    London: Jason Gillespie said he was pleased to have carried out the wishes of Yorkshire great Geoffrey Boycott after guiding the side to their first English County Championship title in 13 years on Friday. Yorkshire's innings and 152-run First Division victory away to nearest pursuers Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge saw them...
  • Yorkshire win English county championship 4 days ago

    A Yorkshire side coached by former Australia fast bowler Jason Gillespie won England's County Championship title for the first time in 13 years after a crushing innings and 152-run win away to nearest pursuers Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge on Friday. Left-arm seamer Ryan Sidebottom, the sole survivor from the last time...
  • England's Jonathan Trott set for county comeback June 29, 2014

    London: Warwickshire have named England Test batsman Jonathan Trott in their 13-strong squad for Sunday's County Championship match against Nottinghamshire. The 33-year-old Trott was said to be taking an "indefinite break" from the game after suffering a repeat of the stress-related illness which forced his early departure from the 2013-14 Ashes...
  • County Championship: Ian Bell hits ton but Joe Root out for a duck April 28, 2014

    London: Two England batsmen enjoyed contrasting fortunes on the opening day of the latest round of County Championship matches on Sunday. Ian Bell made 122 out of a Warwickshire total of 263 all out against Nottinghamshire in a First Division match at Trent Bridge and the worth of those runs was...
  • Nottinghamshire director Newell ready for England coach interview April 8, 2014

    London: Nottinghamshire director of cricket Mick Newell is readying himself for an interview for the vacant position of England coach. The opening round of the 2014 County Championship season has pitted Newell's side against a Lancashire team coached by ex-England boss Peter Moores, also a candidate to replace Andy Flower...
  • James Anderson back in swing with five-for in County April 7, 2014

    London: James Anderson did his best to put a disappointing Ashes tour of Australia behind him by enjoying yet more success at Trent Bridge as he took five wickets on the first day of the 2014 County Championship season. England seamer Anderson, who has taken 49 wickets in seven Tests at...
  • Peter Siddle signs for Nottinghamshire November 13, 2013

    Australia fast bowler Peter Siddle has agreed to join Nottinghamshire for the 2014 season, the English county side announced on Wednesday. The 28-year-old, who is currently preparing for the Ashes series against England in Australia, will represent Nottinghamshire in the County Championship and the domestic 40-over competition but will not play...
  • Patel spins Nottinghamshire to final win after Hussey heroics September 21, 2013

    London: Samit Patel took three wickets after Australia's David Hussey starred with the bat in Nottinghamshire's 87-run win over Glamorgan in English county cricket's 40-over final at Lord's on Saturday. Left-arm spinner Patel, bidding for an England recall ahead of Monday's squad announcement for the tour of Australia, took three wickets...
  • Durham win County Championship title with victory over Nottinghamshire September 19, 2013

    London: Durham won their third County Championship title in six years after completing an eight-wicket victory over Nottinghamshire with more than a day to spare Thursday. Rain washed out the third day's morning session but when play resumed after lunch at Chester-le-Street, northeast county Durham's headquarters, the hosts needed just 62...
  • Tait hat-trick guides Essex home August 9, 2013

    London: Australian pace bowler Shaun Tait took a hat-trick to help Essex defeat Nottinghamshire by 47 runs in the Twenty20 quarter-finals on Thursday. After Ryan ten Doeschate smashed 82 off 44 balls to give Essex an intimidating total of 187-6 from their 20 overs, it was Tait's turn to take over...
  • James Taylor to face Aussies in warm-up July 24, 2013

    London: Nottinghamshire batsman James Taylor has emerged as the leading candidate to replace Kevin Pietersen in the third Test against Australia if the England star fails to recover from injury. Pietersen suffered a calf strain during the second Test at Lord's and was unable to take the field for Australia's second...
  • Graeme Swann guilty of dissent but escapes ban May 3, 2013

    London: England offspinner Graeme Swann has been penalised for 'showing serious dissent' during his comeback game for Nottinghamshire against Durham in the County Championship this week. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced on Friday that Swann had been found guilty of a "level two" disciplinary breach but had escaped...
  • Rare skeleton of a 'vampire' discovered in Britain November 5, 2012

    London: A 1400-year-old 'vampire' skeleton with metal spikes through its shoulders, heart and ankles, has been discovered in Britain, a new report has claimed. The skeleton dating from 550-700 AD found buried in the ancient minster town of Southwell, Nottinghamshire has shed light on rare 'vampire' burials in Britain. Long dismissed...
  • Injury scare for Anderson ahead of WI series May 2, 2012

    London: England duo James Anderson and Stuart Broad had an awkward day for different reasons when they returned to county action in Wednesday's County Championship clash between Lancashire and Nottinghamshire at Old Trafford. Seam bowler Anderson gave England a scare ahead of their three-Test series against the West Indies, which...