After Kyle Abbott and Rilee Rossouw's much-debated moves to Hampshire, Rob Key discusses the issue of Kolpak contracts.
Kent have appointed club stalwart Matt Walker as their new head coach with Allan Donald as his assistant.
Keep up with the latest county moves ahead of the 2017 season as Lancashire snap up West Indies legend Shivnarine Chanderpaul.
Will Gidman has signed for Kent after a successful loan spell with the Specsavers County Championship club in 2016.
Kent head coach Jimmy Adams is leaving the club to return to Jamaica.
Kent have written to the ECB asking for independent arbitration of the decision to re-instate Hampshire into County Championship Division One.
Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens has signed a new contract which will keep him with the county until the end of next summer
Kent will seek legal advice after the ECB chose to reinstate Hampshire in Division One next season.
After a thrilling conclusion to the campaign, Rob Key picks his County Championship team of the season. But who makes the cut?
Hampshire are relegated alongside Notts from the top-flight of the Specsavers County Championship after losing to Durham.
Glamorgan lost their last six wickets for just 10 runs as Leicestershire romped to an unlikely 26-run victory.
A recap of all the action as Middlesex won the Specsavers County Championship title after beating Yorkshire by 61 runs at Lord's.
The Professional Cricketers' Association have announced a four-man shortlist for the prestigious NatWest Player of the Year award.
Joe Clarke and Joe Leach steered Worcestershire into a dominant position against Gloucestershire at New Road.
Timm van der Gugten returned 5-25 as Leicestershire were shot out for just 96 on day one against Glamorgan.
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Put your cricket knowledge to the test in part one of Sky Sports statto Benedict Bermange's Royal London One-Day Cup Quiz!
Kent's title hopes evaporated as Northamptonshire cruised to a 10-wicket victory inside three days at Beckenham.
Sussex bowled Leicestershire out cheaply for the second time in the match to win by an innings and 59 runs inside two days at Grace Road.
Leicestershire were bowled out for 135 by Sussex in Division Two of the County Championship on a day in which 17 wickets fell.