Somerset County Cricket Club will be saying goodbye to three players at the end of the season - fast bowler Adam Dibble, left arm spinner George Dockrell and wicket-keeper James Regan.
In cricket, Somerset went into their final County Championship match at home against Warwickshire knowing that they needed seven points to guarantee their place in the First Division next season.
Today they have done just that - and in style. At one point the visitors lost five wickets for no runs.
What a way to avoid relegation!
Somerset County Cricket Club has announced that Nick Compton is to leave the club by mutual agreement.
Nick Compton will leave straight away and says he wants to base himself closer to home in London. It is thought he may return to play for his former county, Middlesex.
Jos Buttler is being tipped as the new star of English cricket after being called into the Test team for the first time for the series with India.
The Taunton-born wicketkeeper will make his debut on Sunday. His potential was first spotted when he attended Kings College in the town.
A West Country derby between Somerset and Gloucestershire marks the start of this summer's T20 Blast cricket competition.
It is taking place at the newly redeveloped County Ground in Bristol. Both teams are determined to make a positive start to the competition - Somerset finished runners-up in three of the last five years and lifted the trophy back in 2005. Gloucestershire reached the final in 2007.
We hear the hopes of Somerset's Nick Compton and Director of Cricket, Dave Nosworthy as well as those of Gloucestershire's Will Tavare.
This summer's T20 Blast cricket competition is underway this evening for Somerset against south west neighbours Gloucestershire.
Captain Marcus Trescothick and his team are determined to make a positive start to the competition in which they've finished runners-up in three of the last five years.
It's also the last trophy the Cidermen won in 2005.
Nick Compton and Dave Nosworthy, the Director of Cricket, say they're out to win but their local rivals are tough competition.
Jos Buttler will leave Somerset County Cricket Club at the end of this season.
The Club said it was very disappointed to make the announcement.
Chief Executive Guy Lavender said: “Both Jos and the Club have worked extremely hard over the last few months to find a solution, which satisfies Jos's understandable desire to have more time behind the stumps in order to advance his international career.
Guy Lavender went on to say: "I would like to make it clear that he has behaved impeccably during this difficult process."