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Great value ways to join us this Bank Holiday Monday for CB40 finale

Derbyshire take a break from their LV=County Championship promotion challenge on Bank Holiday Monday, with the visit of the Northants Steelbacks in the Clydesdale Bank 40 competition; 1:45pm start.

With Bank Holiday Monday matches always great occasions, a carnival atmosphere is anticipated, with additional attractions including mascot Freddie the Falcon, a bouncy castle complete with an 18 foot Mega slide, plus various FREE treats such as Falcons flags and 4/6 cards.

The match constitutes the final limited overs match of the season at the County Ground, and spectators can get involved at great value in numerous ways.

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Derbyshire Player of the Year Awards Evening - don't miss out

As Derbyshire continue their promotion challenge, preparations are well underway for the annual Derbyshire County Cricket Club Player of the Year Awards Evening.

The evening takes place in the grandeur of the County Ground Marquee and is unquestionably the most prestigious event put on every year by the club.

A black tie event, the evening incorporates Academy, 2nd XI and 1st XI awards, culminating in the overall Player of the Year Award at the end of the presentation ceremony.

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Krikken promises five gripping days of cricket

TeamJuniors go free and adults 2 for 1 as Derbyshire aim to boost local support in pivotal week for the team.

Derbyshire County Cricket Club is preparing for a Bank Holiday Clydesdale Bank 40 finale and a potentially decisive LV=County Championship encounter in the race for promotion – all in the space of five consecutive days starting on Monday.

Northamptonshire Steelbacks are the visitors on Monday (1.45pm start) followed by a pivotal four day encounter versus Essex starting on Tuesday at 11am and there are special ticket offers available for all.

Under 16’s can attend all five days for free while adult entry is two for the price of one throughout the week with members, advanced purchasers and on the gate buyers all  able to bring a guest free of charge.

A carnival atmosphere is anticipated at the Bank Holiday fixture with additional attractions including mascot Freddie the Falcon, a bouncy castle complete with an 18 foot Mega slide, plus various FREE treats such as Falcons flags and 4/6 cards. There will also be entertainment at the interval and  the Falcons’ players will happily sign autographs upon the conclusion of the match.

The  drama of the LV=County Championship top of the table clash versus Hampshire starts a day later as Derbyshire prepare for arguably their most important four day match since the county’s title challenge back in 1996.

With Karl Krikken’s men currently occupying top spot in the Division Two table, the result of the home contest against Essex may prove decisive in the county’s quest for promotion; with just two rounds of fixtures remaining following its conclusion.

Another compelling encounter is likely following recent high drama cliffhangers versus Kent and Yorkshire respectively.

Head Coach Karl Krikken said “The lads are certainly looking forward to the prospect of five gripping days of cricket at the County Ground.

“There is so much at stake and after working so hard all season and with the end in sight I’m sure it’s going to be exciting from the first ball to the last.

“It’s not very often you get five consecutive days of home cricket that offers such variety, drama and importance so hopefully we can count on as much support from the Derbyshire faithful as possible.”

For tickets, contact the Ticket Office on 01132 388 118 or buy online at derbyshireccc.com.

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Derbyshire bowler edges closer to landmark

Tony PalladinoDerbyshire trail by 237 runs with 5 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.

Tony Palladino is closing in on a second successive 50-wicket campaign after recoding figures of 5 for 82 on the second day versus Northamptonshire at Wantage Road.

Derbyshire have proceeded to 163-5 overnight in reply to the home side’s 400 all out on a day that also saw Leicestershire inflict further damage on second placed Hampshire’s promotion chances.

Palladino’s third five-wicket haul of the season ensured that Northamptonshire added just 89 to their overnight score of 311-6.

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Newton century stalls Derbyshire

David WainwrightDerbyshire are ten points clear at the top of the LV= County Championship table after an enthralling opening day versus Northamptonshire at Wantage Road.

David Wainwright (pictured) and Tony Palladino each bagged a brace of wickets to secure the first bowling point for Karl Krikken’s men as the hosts closed on 331-6.

Rob Newton’s 115 formed the backbone of an impressive Northamptonshire batting display which also included handy contributions of 41 from Niall O’Brien, 37 from Alex Wakely and an unbeaten 50 from one-time Derbyshire loan target James Middlebrook.

A spirited Leicestershire performance at Grace Road, however, prevented second placed Hampshire from cashing-in on Newton’s heroics as Derbyshire remain in poll position at the top of the Second Division table; the Foxes recovering from 43-3 early on to close 334-8.

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Northamptonshire v Derbyshire: Preview

By Jake Needham

Northamptonshire have won the toss and will bat first on Day One of Derbyshire's LV=County Championship visit to Wantage Road.

Northants: KJ CoetzerNJ O'BrienDJG SalesAG WakelyRI NewtonAJ Hall*JD MiddlebrookD MurphyDJ WilleyJA BrooksLM Daggett

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Khawaja century inspires most crucial of draws for Derbyshire

Usman Khawaja inspired Derbyshire to a fourth day rearguard action at Headingley, as the visitors secured a crucial draw in their quest for promotion.

The Australian hit an unbeaten 110 as Derbyshire recovered from failing to avoid the follow on by repelling the Yorkshire attack throughout the remainder of the day.

Resuming needing 38 further runs to avoid the follow on, the not out pair of David Wainwright and Tim Groenewald began positively, repelling the spin pair of Azeem Rafiq and Adil Rashid to take the required target down to 13.

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Yorkshire v Derbyshire Live Scorecard/Day Three Report

Wes Durston hit 84 as Derbyshire battled hard to avoid the follow on on Day Three at Headingley.

Resuming on 28-1, the visitors found themselves in all kinds of trouble at 42-4 before a rearguard action saw Derbyshire fight back.

Derbyshire will resume in the morning on 233-8, requiring a further 38 runs to avoid the follow on on the final day.

Read more: Yorkshire v Derbyshire Live Scorecard/Day Three Report

Yorkshire v Derbyshire Live Scorecard/Day Two Report and Highlights

Despite heavy rain overnight and further rain expected later in the day, an 11:15am start is planned for Day Three at Headingley, with Derbyshire resuming on 28-1.

Click below for Live Scorecard, Day Two report and Highlights.

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