Lancashire's James Anderson has reached another career milestone during the fourth Ashes Test down under.
Lancashire pace bowler James Anderson looks ahead to the First Ashes Test in Brisbane by looking back on good memories at The Gabba.
Lancashire spin bowler Simon Kerrigan will not be joining the England performance squad in Australia.
Engalnd and Lancashire cricketer James Anderson says this is the year Lancashire will win the title.
The fast bowler known as the 'Burnley Express' has been taking part in an event to encourage more youngsters to take up the sport.
The board at Lancashire County Cricket Club is proposing that Sir Howard Bernstein should be their new President.
Sir Howard is the Chief Executive of Manchester City Council.
The club say his appointment will contribute to its further growth and future development.
Lancashire Cricket Club's Jos Buttler top scored as England reached a competitive 264 for eight against a Prime Minister's XI in Australia.
Wicketkeeper Buttler (61) and Tim Bresnan (36) rescued England from 149 for six in a warm up match in Canberra.
The England captain Alastair Cook though, failed to survive the first over for a second successive game as his miserable tour of Australia was dealt a fresh blow.
Cook lasted two balls before nervously edging behind a short delivery from 37-year-old former Australia quick Brett Lee.
Lee also pinned the similarly out-of-sort Joe Root lbw for one, in a fiery initial burst reminiscent of his best days.
In stiflingly hot conditions, and on a slow Manuka Oval outfield, England's score was built around two half-century stands.
Lancashire will mark their return to cricket's top flight with a trip to Trent Bridge.
The Second Division champions will face Nottinghamshire in their opening match of the County Championship on April 6th.
All championship games will start on a Sunday next season.
There'll be at least five roses matches against Yorkshire with a game in each competition.
2014 will also mark Lancashire's 150th anniversary.