Pace bowler Will Davis and all-rounder Rob Hemmings have signed new two-year contracts with Derbyshire, committing them both to the club until the end of the 2018 season.
All-rounder Shiv Thakor, who has been one of the positives in a disappointing season for Derbyshire, has committed his future to the county by signing a new contract.
Five wickets for Drew Mullaney, followed by an unbeaten half-century from Andrew Paulett, combined to tee up a rare victory for relieved Matlock in their fight against relegation.
Shiv Thakor has committed his long-term future to Derbyshire by signing a new three-year deal which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2019 season.
Derbyshire boasts a proud history of nurturing quick bowlers and while that has been upheld this season, there has also been encouraging returns in the spin department.
The revolution in telecommunications and viewing habits — not to mention the explosion in choice for people with leisure time and money on their hands — means sport has no choice but to adapt and expand its horizons.
The curtain of rain which descended on the 3aaa County Ground on Monday evening was a fitting finale to the end of Derbyshire’s one-day campaign which began so promisingly but ended in disappointment.
Derbyshire and Leicestershire’s slim hopes of making the last eight of the Royal London One-Day Cup were ended by rain at the 3aaa County Ground.
Fifties from Josh Cobb, Ben Duckett and Rob Keogh saw Northamptonshire towards a quarter-final spot in the Royal London Cup with an easy chase against Derbyshire at Wantage Road.
Ashford-in-the-Water defeated Hundall by four wickets to claim a 25 point haul and move a step nearer to safety.
Mark Stoneman and Calum MacLeod shared Durham’s record Twenty20 stand of 141 as they beat Derbyshire by 13 runs at Emirates Riverside.
Derbyshire have agreed an initial one-month loan with Warwickshire for wicketkeeper Alex Mellor.
Derbyshire have made progress in one-day cricket this season but just how far they have come will be measured over the next four days,
Lancashire revived their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign with an impressive all-round display that sealed a 27 run North Group victory over Derbyshire at the 3aaa County Ground.
Derbyshire women were promoted to ECB T20 Division Two after games against Devon and Oxford.
Ashford in the Water travelled to take on Parkhead II in Yorkshire and Derbyshire Cricket League Division Two.