Fast bowlers Lewis Gregory and Olly Stone have been withdrawn from this winter's England Performance Programme.
Former Australia batsman Chris Rogers has agreed a one-year contract to play for Somerset in the County Championship.
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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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Hampshire beat the drop with an eight-wicket win over Nottinghamshire as Sussex slipped into Division Two.
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Young Somerset opener Tom Abell has won the 2015 LV= Breakthrough Player award.
Veteran seamer Alfonso Thomas is to leave Somerset at the end of the season after a long and distinguished career.
Somerset all-rounder Craig Overton has been suspended for two County Championship games for repeated breaches of the ECB Discipline Code.
There will be no reduction in the number of LV= County Championship matches next season.
Hampshire look favourites to beat the drop as they dominated day three of their Division One clash against Nottinghamshire.
Hampshire fought hard on day two against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge, closing on 298-8, trailing by 42 runs.
Riki Wessels made an excellent 104 as Nottinghamshire recovered from a bad start against Hampshire.
Worcestershire's defeat to Durham confirmed their relegation from LV= County Championship Division One.
James Taylor celebrated his Test recall for England with an unbeaten century for Nottinghamshire against Warwickshire.
Ashar Zaidi and Michael Yardy made unbeaten half-centuries as Sussex fought back impressively against Somerset at Hove.
Champions Yorkshire slipped to only their fourth County Championship defeat in 62 matches under Jason Gillespie.
An unbeaten 86 from Nick Compton helped Middlesex frustrate champions Yorkshire's bid for a two-day win at Lord's.
Yorkshire have retained the County Championship title after dismissing Middlesex for 106 at Lord's.