News Headlines

Still time to take advantage of the 2013 Membership Price Freeze

The club has been delighted with the response following the release of the 2013 membership categories and prices and there is still time for supporters to take advantage of FROZEN PRICES on membership at the County Ground.

Despite Derbyshire’s promotion to the top tier of the LV=County Championship, membership remains at 2012 prices for all who purchase membership before February 1st.

This means that full membership equates to just £3.20 a day for all days of cricket at the County Ground and Queen’s Park, including next year’s tourist match against New Zealand.

Read more: Still time to take advantage of the 2013 Membership Price Freeze

Krikken bullish over Derbyshire prospects

KarlKrikkenKarl Krikken says the sky is the limit for his young side following promotion to Division 1 of the LV= County Championship.

The Derbyshire Head Coach told www.ecb.co.uk his side are equipped for the challenge and will be aiming to win every match.

Click here to read more >>>

Derbyshire seek charity partners

DCCC logoCricket Derbyshire is inviting applications for up to three official charity partners in 2013.

Selected partners will work closely with the club throughout the year to support their fundraising efforts and to increase recognition for their cause.

Charities can be local or national but must be active in the county of Derbyshire. Applications should aim to demonstrate a relevance to cricket in Derbyshire and a positive impact on the local community.

Read more: Derbyshire seek charity partners

Offices now open and Membership on sale

MembershipThe Derbyshire County Cricket Club offices have now re-opened following the Christmas and New Year break and Membership is continuing to sell well – still at 2012 prices – ahead of the 2013 season.

Despite promotion to Division One of the LV=County Championship, membership prices at Derbyshire have been frozen for 2013 if purchased before February 1st, 2013.

This means that full membership equates to just £3.20 a day for all days of cricket at the County Ground and Queen’s Park, including next year’s tourist match against New Zealand.

Read more: Offices now open and Membership on sale

ECB pays tribute to Christopher Martin-Jenkins

CMJECB today paid tribute to the cricket writer and broadcaster Christopher Martin-Jenkins whose death was announced earlier today.

ECB Chief Executive David Collier said: “Christopher – or CMJ – as he was universally known was quite simply a cricketing institution. He had been an integral part of BBC Radio’s Test Match Special commentary team for more than 40 years as well as being an influential and highly respected cricket correspondent for two national newspapers, The Times and The Daily Telegraph, and the author of many books on the game which became his life’s love.

Read more: ECB pays tribute to Christopher Martin-Jenkins

LV=CC Division One cricket - all for just £3.20 a day with full adult membership at Derbyshire

Despite promotion to Division One of the LV=County Championship, membership prices at Derbyshire have been frozen for 2013 if purchased before February 1st, 2013.

This means that full membership equates to just £3.20 a day for all days of cricket at the County Ground and Queen’s Park, including next year’s tourist match against New Zealand.

For those unable to attend regularly, the club has announced a new Six Pack ticket at just £55, which can be used for absolutely any six days of the 2013 season regardless of the competition.

Read more: LV=CC Division One cricket - all for just £3.20 a day with full adult membership at Derbyshire

Derbyshire’s 2012 Championship Season – seen through the eyes of the Scorer

As a terrific 2012 for Derbyshire County Cricketer draws to a close, Scorer John Brown writes about a wonderful summer of Derbyshire cricket from the eye of the scorer.

What a wonderful championship season 2012 was for Derbyshire; how well our unsung team played, but what anxieties and agonies they put us through on the way to that final win on the last day of the season! As the First Eleven scorer I was probably the only person who saw every ball bowled.

The margin by which Derbyshire took the LV=CC Second Division title could hardly have been narrower – 196 points, the same as Yorkshire, but Derbyshire had one more win than their closest rivals, and that was enough for them to be placed at the top of the table. So every single point gained throughout the season was absolutely crucial, although we may not have realised the significance of each of them at the time.  

Read more: Derbyshire’s 2012 Championship Season – seen through the eyes of the Scorer

Merry Christmas from all at Derbyshire

To all of our members, supporters, sponsors, partners and all connected with the club, a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all at Derbyshire County Cricket Club.

Thank you for all your support in 2012 and here’s to a successful 2013.

Derbyshire seek official charity partners

Cricket Derbyshire is inviting applications for up to three official charity partners in 2013.

Selected partners will work closely with the club throughout the year to support their fundraising efforts and to increase recognition for their cause.

Charities can be local or national but must be active in the county of Derbyshire. Applications should aim to demonstrate a relevance to cricket in Derbyshire and a positive impact on the local community.

Read more: Derbyshire seek official charity partners

feed-image
Website Main Sponsor

Ticket Offers

TEST TEST TEST