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Krikken draws on new experiences from England Lions India tour

Derbyshire Head Coach Karl Krikken returned from a stint coaching the England Lions in India on Monday and it was business as usual come Tuesday morning as the former Derbyshire keeper returned to the County Ground.

The hard work has continued over the winter with the players returning to training and as Krikken returns to address the squad, he feels that his second spell in India in as many years has proved extremely beneficial.

‘It was a bit different to last time I was out there’ he said.

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

Signed copies of Champions Made in Derbyshire dispatched

DVD CoverThe first 50 copies of the club's DVD, Champions Made in Derbyshire, were today posted out to the first 50 to pre-order the production; all personally signed by captain Wayne Madsen.

The full batch of DVDs will arrive on Monday and will be available to purchase from the County Ground from 12pm. All remaining pre-orders will also be sent out on Monday.

The DVD , in association with Sky Sports, includes Sky’s excellent pre-match analysis as well as highlights of all four days of the momentous win that sealed the LV=County Championship Division Two title.

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Job Opportunity with the Derbyshire Cricket Board

Derbyshire Cricket Board is a progressive small business and requires expertise to specifically grow the business to support continued investment in our cricket programmes.

The role of Business and Relationship Manager is being created to allow the Derbyshire Cricket Board to grow and develop to meet the needs of an ever-evolving cricket ‘landscape’ both locally and nationally. 

Job Title: Business and Relationship Manager

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Derbyshire appeal to local Businesses ahead of top division cricket challenge

Chairman Chris Grant is calling for support from the business community as Derbyshire County Cricket Club looks forward to tackling the pinnacle of First Class cricket next season.

After achieving promotion to the LV= County Championship First Division as Champions back in September, the Club has set a target of £250,000 of incremental revenue to ready themselves for the challenge of competing at the highest level.

With key members of the title winning squad now committed to long-term contracts, the recruitment of a world-class overseas player remains a very important priority for Karl Krikken’s men ahead of the new campaign.

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Former Academy duo named in ICC Women’s World Cup squad

Danielle WyattFormer Derbyshire Academy pair Danielle Wyatt (pictured) and Georgia Elwiss will be on the plane to India in February having been selected for the 15-strong England squad for the upcoming ICC Women’s World Cup.

Wyatt and Elwiss will be part of an England side looking to defend their title in the 50 over format; having won the competition in Sydney back in 2009.

Wyatt was part of the ICC World T20 squad that reached the Final in Sri Lanka in October, however it will be the 21-year-old’s first experience of an ICC World Cup.

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Division One cricket in 2013 – and all for just £3.20 a day with full 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: Division One cricket in 2013 – and all for just £3.20 a day with full membership at Derbyshire

First 50 copies of Champions Made in Derbyshire signed by Wayne Madsen

With pre orders for the Champions Made in Derbyshire DVD coming in all the time, Derbyshire are rewarding the first 50 supporters with copies all personally signed by captain Wayne Madsen.

Madsen was at the County Ground on Friday afternoon to sign the back of the first 50 DVD covers printed and these will be distributed on a first come first served basis.

The DVD , in association with Sky Sports, includes Sky’s excellent pre-match analysis as well as highlights of all four days of the momentous win that sealed the LV=County Championship Division Two title.

The DVD also includes an introduction from Madsen as well as the post-match reaction and celebrations as initially broadcast by Sky Sports.

Read more: First 50 copies of Champions Made in Derbyshire signed by Wayne Madsen

Cricket Derbyshire targets solution after proposed facility cuts

Cricket Derbyshire has opened discussions with Derby City Council in a bid to find a solution for recreational clubs following proposed facility cuts.

The Council has the task of saving £63m over the next three years and, as a result, funding for sports facilities in and around the city could be scaled back.

Council plans include asking sports clubs using local facilities to contribute to the upkeep of grounds, with the likes of Markeaton Park, King George V Fields, Parkers Piece and Chellaston Park all potentially affected.

Read more: Cricket Derbyshire targets solution after proposed facility cuts

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