Glamorgan have signed batsman Nick Selman and extended the contract of bowler Michael Hogan ahead of the 2016 season.
Chris Cooke has signed a two-year extension to his deal that will keep him at Glamorgan until the end of the 2018 season.
Durham's Chris Rushworth has been named PCA Player of the Year, with awards also going to Stuart Broad and Tom Curran.
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Surrey secured the County Championship Division Two crown despite being held to a draw by Northamptonshire at The Oval.
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Tom and Sam Curran took 11 wickets between them for Surrey, while Chris Dent notched a double ton for Gloucestershire.
Leicestershire teenager Zak Chappell set a record despite falling four runs short of a century on his first-class debut
James Anderson took four wickets for Lancashire against Essex, including removing his England captain Alastair Cook for one.
Glamorgan captain Mark Wallace has missed his first County Championship match in 14 years due to a calf injury.
Surrey hold an eight-point lead over Lancashire going into the final round of Division Two fixtures after their Old Trafford draw.
Surrey closed in on the Division Two title after staying in total control to set Lancashire a target of 492.
Zafar Ansari was dismissed for 99 as Surrey had the best of day one against Lancashire at Old Trafford.
There will be no reduction in the number of LV= County Championship matches next season.
Champions Yorkshire slipped to only their fourth County Championship defeat in 62 matches under Jason Gillespie.
Essex completed an innings victory over Derbyshire to boost Chris Silverwood's chances of landing the job as head coach.
Rob Key's unbeaten hundred helped build a huge lead for Kent on day two of their Division Two game at Glamorgan.
Darren Stevens' counter-attacking half-century earned Kent a third batting point on a lively first day at Glamorgan.
Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris said swift action was needed after the county had a game abandoned over the pitch.