Spinner Stephen Parry wants a place in Lancashire's Championship team after his first four-day game for four years.
James Anderson becomes only the fourth England player to take 300 Test wickets during the first Test against New Zealand.
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Peter Moores says Lancashire have been rewarded for a promising start to the season with two close Championship wins.
Lancashire complete an incredible three-wicket victory over Essex with just one ball to left to play.
Jaik Mickleburgh's unbeaten half century helps Essex stretch their lead over Lancashire to 252 runs at Old Trafford.
England captain Alastair Cook warms up for next week's first Test with an unbeaten fifty for Essex against Lancashire.
Lancashire batsman Stephen Moore discusses the future of the game and the prospect of floodlit first-class cricket
Graham Napier hits an unbeaten century, but Essex are all out for 226 on the opening day against Lancashire.
Lancashire's Simon Kerrigan, with a match haul of 9-80, and Glen Chapple trigger Glamorgan's collapse to a 14-run defeat.
Murray Goodwin scores 69 on a tricky wicket to give Glamorgan an advantage over Lancashire on day two at Colwyn Bay.
Glamorgan skittle Lancashire for 123 before James Anderson takes three wickets as the hosts reach the close at 110-4.
A final-day century from Kent batsman Brendan Nash can do little to prevent a draw at Lancashire's Old Trafford.
Simon Katich passes 20,000 first-class runs as Lancashire make steady progress on day three against Kent.
Lancashire bowler James Anderson mops up the Kent tail, before rain disrupts day two of the Division Two game.
England pace bowler James Anderson takes two late wickets as Kent closed day one against Lancashire on 216-8.
Lancashire's Jordan Clark becomes the fifth player in professional cricket to hit six sixes in an over.
Lancashire coach Peter Moores confirms James Anderson will face Kent, but admits it gives him a selection dilemma.
Ashwell Prince says he has not retired from international cricket, but does not expect to be recalled by South Africa.
Lancashire batsman Stephen Moore says they have the squad to win promotion and challenge for one-day silverware this summer.