Left-arm spinner David Wainwright has been handed a four year contract as reward for his outstanding performances this season.
The Yorkshire born bowler has been a revelation for Derbyshire since he travelled south from Headingley Carnegie last autumn in the search for greater first team opportunities.
Wainwright made an immediate impact on first-class debut for Derbyshire when he propelled the side to a memorable victory against Northamptonshire back in April. With the game finely poised going into day four, Wainwright took control with an unbroken spell of 26 overs that yielded remarkable figures of 6 for 33.
Wainwright’s first-class record with the ball this year has been particularly impressive, with 27 wickets at an average of 27 apiece, three five wicket hauls and over a century of maiden overs.
Derbyshire's Clydesdale Bank 40 match versus Sussex at the County Ground on Wednesday, August 8th signals the start of the Club's Shop Sales; with supporters able to benefit from a wide range of reduction on official 2012 merchandise and leisurewear.
Of the many discounts available, official replica Friends Life t20 shirts and sweaters are available at just £10 each.
The shirts and sweaters of former Derbyshire players are also available to purchase at £15 or two for £25.
Following Sunday’s dramatic victory over Kent in the LV= County Championship, Derbyshire Falcons will aim to take the momentum into tomorrow’s Clydesdale Bank 40 match against Sussex Sharks (4.40pm start).
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The Proteas are Derby bound for a two day fixture starting on Friday 10th August (11am) as they prepare for the crucial third and final Investec Test Match at Lord’s.
A batting line-up containing the likes of Graeme Smith (pictured), Hashim Amla and Jacques Kallis – plus the 90 miles-per-hour firepower of Dale Steyn (pictured) and Morne Morkel – will pose a significant challenge for Derbyshire with both bat and ball.
Karl Krikken’s men looked dead and buried against their promotion rivals after collapsing to 132 all out in reply to the visitors’ 265 on Day 2.
But seven-wicket heroics from Tony Palladino yesterday, followed by a stout batting performance from Dan Redfern (pictured) today, handed the leaders a priceless victory.
Resuming at 168-2, Usman Khawaja and Wes Durston each completed half-centuries in a partnership of 102, propelling the home side to a position of near utopian strength in their most important day of four day cricket so far in 2012.
The visitors had looked in complete control overnight, leading by 226 runs with seven second innings wickets in hand.
However Derbyshire took those seven wickets for just 68 runs before moving to 168-2 at the close; chasing a target of 295 runs to win.
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The Proteas are Derby bound for a two day fixture starting on Friday 10th August (11am) as they prepare for the third and final Investec Test Match at Lord’s.
A batting line-up containing the likes of Graeme Smith, Hashim Amla and Jacques Kallis – plus the 90 miles-per-hour firepower of Dale Steyn (pictured) and Morne Morkel – will pose a significant challenge for Derbyshire with both bat and ball.
Rain ensured that no play was possible until 1pm and when it did, it was Warwickshire who won the toss; electing to bat first.
With the game reduced to 35 overs per side, the visitors then made 244-9 with Ateeq Javid top scoring with 66. For Derbyshire, there were two wickets apiece for Ally Evans (6-0-38-2) and Ross Whiteley (7-0-68-2) whilst Matt Higginbottom was economical with figures of 7-1-19-1.
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