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Last day to buy Early Bird Membership

EarlyBirdMembershipLAST DAY! Supporters have until Saturday 31 January to purchase Membership for the 2015 season at the discounted Early Bird prices.

If purchased prior to the deadline, Members can save £15 and watch 46 days of cricket – including the group stages of the NatWest T20 Blast competition and the Tour Match versus Australia - for less than £4 a day.

The price of Full Adult Membership is £180 prior to the deadline and those that join will enjoy better Members’ facilities at The 3aaa County Ground than ever before with the Club investing over £1million on the renovation of the exclusive facilities in the Lund Pavilion.

Further discounts remain in place for students, senior citizens, adults aged 16-21 and those living more than 20 miles from The 3aaa County Ground.

Early Bird Junior Membership – including a free Derbyshire cap - is priced at just £20, a seasonal car park pass at £60 and the popular Six Pack Tickets are again available for use at any six days of cricket throughout the season, priced at £72.

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ONLINE OFFER! Early Bird deadline extended online

#MembershipDue to popular demand, the Club is extending the Membership Early Bird deadline to midnight on Sunday 1 February for online customers.

Supporters will be able to purchase discounted Membership online at derbyshireccc.com throughout the day on Sunday, offering savings of £15.

We’re giving Members the maximum chance to buy Membership for an action-packed 2015 season, allowing you to watch every home day of cricket for less than £4 a day.

Early signs regarding 2015 Membership are encouraging with the latest figures showing a 30% year-on-year upsurge on the corresponding date in 2014.

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BY NUMBERS: Martin Guptill

MartinGuptillbyNumbersNew Zealand international Martin Guptill has joined Derbyshire as overseas player for the first part of the 2015 season – we look at his career in numbers.

The top-order batsman will be available for the opening six LV= County Championship matches and three NatWest T20 Blast fixtures, before joining New Zealand ahead of their one-day series versus England in June.

Guptill is an experienced international appearing in 31 Tests, 96 ODIs and 48 T20Is for New Zealand since making his debut in 2009, scoring over 6,000 runs.

Here is a brief look at Guptill by numbers.

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GUPTILL: Derbyshire highlights to date

MartinGuptillNew Zealand international Martin Guptill returns to Derbyshire for his third spell with the Club – we look back at his highlights, so far, in a Derbyshire shirt.

The 28-year-old is making a fond return to The 3aaa County Ground after enjoying successful stints with the Club in 2011 and 2012, during which he scored 1,131 first-class runs at an average of 43.50, including three centuries.

We revisit a few of Guptill’s standout performances for the county ahead of his return in 2015.

Read more: GUPTILL: Derbyshire highlights to date

#DCCCXI: Pace Bowlers voting opens

PaceBowlersSupporters can now vote to fill the Pace Bowler positions in our 21st Century Derbyshire First-Class XI.

As we countdown to the Membership Early Bird deadline on February 1st – which offers savings of £15 on Membership –the Club is collating a Derbyshire first-class XI made up of players who have represented the county from the year 2000 onwards.

From Monday 26 to 9am on Saturday 31 January, supporters can vote to fill the final positions in our #DCCCXI - the PACE BOWLERS. Supporters can vote via Twitter, Facebook and email. 

The players shortlisted are: 

Kevin Dean  
Mark Footitt                              
Tim Groenewald        
Steffan Jones
Charl Langeveldt
Tony Palladino 
Graham Wagg          
Graeme Welch

Read more: #DCCCXI: Pace Bowlers voting opens

#DCCCXI: Wainwright named a Spin Bowler

DavidWainwrightSupporters have voted David Wainwright as the Spin Bowler in our 21st Century Derbyshire First-Class XI. 

As we countdown to the Membership Early Bird Deadline on February 1st – which offers savings of £15 on Membership – the Club is collating a Derbyshire First-Class XI made up of players who have represented the county from the year 2000 onwards.

From Friday 23 to 12noon on Sunday 25 January, supporters were asked to vote for the Spin Bowler.

Wainwright accumulated 42% of the votes to take his spot in the XI, narrowly beating current Elite Performance Coach Ant Botha.

Read more: #DCCCXI: Wainwright named a Spin Bowler

Welch: Footitt still part of England's plans

MarkFootittGraeme Welch says Derbyshire paceman Mark Footitt remains part of England’s plan with a busy year of international cricket ahead.

Footitt was the country’s leading wicket taker in 2014 claiming 106 wickets in all competitions, the most by a Derbyshire bowler since Brian Jackson and Harold Rhodes in 1965.

Despite the left-arm paceman’s standout campaign and a successful England Performance Programme camp in December, the 29-year-old missed out on selection for the recent England Lions tour to South Africa.

Nevertheless, Elite Performance Director Welch says Footitt still remains in the England selectors’ thoughts.

Read more: Welch: Footitt still part of England's plans

#DCCCXI: Spin Bowler voting opens

#DCCCXISupporters can now vote to fill the Spin Bowler position in our 21st Century Derbyshire First-Class XI.

As we countdown to the Membership Early Bird deadline on February 1st – which offers savings of £15 on Membership –the Club is collating a Derbyshire first-class XI made up of players who have represented the county from the year 2000 onwards.

From Friday 23 to 12noon on Sunday 25 January, supporters can vote to fill the next position in our #DCCCXI - the SPINNER. Supporters can vote via Twitter, Facebook and email. 

The players shortlisted are: 

Ant Botha
Robin Peterson
David Wainwright

Read more: #DCCCXI: Spin Bowler voting opens

#DCCCXI: Pipe named as Wicketkeeper

JamesPipeSupporters have voted James Pipe as the Wicketkeeper in our 21st Century Derbyshire First-Class XI. 

As we countdown to the Membership Early Bird Deadline on February 1st – which offers savings of £15 on Membership – the Club is collating a Derbyshire First-Class XI made up of players who have represented the county from the year 2000 onwards.

From Tuesday 20 to 12noon on Thursday 22 January, supporters were asked to vote for the position of Wicketkeeper.

Pipe accumulated 37% of the votes to take his spot in the XI, narrowly beating Luke Sutton who took 34% of the votes. 

Read more: #DCCCXI: Pipe named as Wicketkeeper

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