Keep up to speed with all the signings, departures and overseas players in county cricket for the 2021 season.
Spin bowler Stephen Parry leaves Lancashire after 16 years with the club; Ben Duckett signs new Nottinghamshire deal...
Zak Crawley, Sophie Ecclestone and Sir Alastair Cook have been honoured at the Cricket Writers' Club awards.
Essex will defend two red-ball titles next summer after the first-class counties agreed to a one-off, revised structure for 2021.
Simon Harmer named captain of Greene King Team of the Year with Alastair Cook also in the XI after Essex's Bob Willis Trophy win.
Zak Crawley has been shortlisted for both NatWest PCA Men's Player of the Year and Vitality PCA Young Player of the Year.
Essex captain Tom Westley has apologised after alcohol was poured over a Muslim player as the team celebrated their Bob Willis Trophy win.
Somerset skipper Tom Abell is in favour of a return to a two-division structure despite the success of the Bob Willis Trophy.
Essex have won the Bob Willis Trophy on first-innings runs after batting out the last day of their Lord's final against Somerset.
Somerset's Tom Lammonby scored a hundred on day four of the Bob Willis Trophy final, but Essex take an important advantage into day five at Lord's.
Eddie Byrom's third first-class century earned Somerset the advantage over Essex on day two of the Bob Willis Trophy final at Lord's.
Sir Alastair Cook took centre stage by striking a superb 172 for Essex on day three of the Bob Willis Trophy final before a late rally from Somerset, at Lord's.
Eddie Byrom's 51no boosted Somerset after a strong start by Essex on a rain-affected opening day of the Bob Willis Trophy final at Lord's.
Essex's Jamie Porter expects to be tussling for titles with Somerset for years to come and is keen to stay on top in the rivalry by winning the Bob Willis Trophy final.
Essex and Somerset proved their credentials last season as the two best red-ball sides in domestic cricket – now they lock horns again for the Bob Willis Trophy.
Leicestershire, Northants and Sussex secured their spots in the Vitality Blast quarter-finals with victories on a dramatic final day of the group stage.
Kent secured their qualification for the Vitality Blast quarter-finals after edging to a four-wicket win over Essex with two balls to spare at Canterbury.
Surrey secured their place in the knockout stages of the Vitality Blast after beating Sussex by four wickets at The Kia Oval.
Zak Crawley smashed the first T20 century of his career as Kent Spitfires coasted to an eight-wicket Vitality Blast victory against Hampshire.
Joe Clarke's destructive innings helped Nottinghamshire to victory over Lancashire and maintain top spot in the North Group.
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