James Taylor's big unbeaten ton helps Nottinghamshire into the One-Day Cup semi-finals with an 85-run win over Derbyshire.
India Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is to join Derbyshire for their last three County Championship games.
Group B winners Nottinghamshire will host local rivals Derbyshire in the quarter-finals of the One-Day Cup.
Billy Godleman scores 96 as Derbyshire beat Gloucestershire by 53 runs to claim a One-Day Cup quarter-final place.
Yorkshire beat Derbyshire by 10 wickets at Scarborough to make certain of a place in the One-Day Cup quarter-finals.
Derbyshire pace bowlers Mark Footitt and Tony Palladino sign new deals to run until the end of the 2016 season.
Derbyshire win a rain-affected match with Northants that goes down to the final delivery of the evening.
Rain ruins Sunday's One-Day Cup programme with four of the six games abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Derbyshire and Essex collect a point each as their One-Day Cup game is washed out without a single ball being bowled.
County Championship Division One's bottom club Northants sign Derbyshire seamer Mark Turner on a month's loan.
Ashwell Prince's half-century helps set up victory over Derbyshire and earns Lancashire a first One-Day Cup win this season.
Paul Borrington leaves Derbyshire after they opt against renewing his contract, while Greg Cork is given a deal.
Worcestershire and Derbyshire are frustrated by rain as their One-Day Cup match was abandoned without a result.
Marcus North can fill the gap left by Shivnarine Chanderpaul's exit, according to Derbyshire captain Wayne Madsen.
Batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul ends his spell with Derbyshire to play for West Indies against Bangladesh.
Wayne Madsen hits his second hundred in 24 hours as he guides Derbyshire to a seven-wicket One-Day Cup win at Leicestershire.
Wayne Madsen and Wes Durston score centuries as Derbyshire beat Hampshire by 136 runs in the One-Day Cup.
Ross Whiteley's unbeaten 84 helps Worcestershire secure a T20 Blast quarter-final spot with a 28-run win over Derbyshire.
The One-Day Cup begins on Saturday, marking the return of the 50-over format to county cricket after a four-year gap.
Wes Durston hits the winning runs as Derbyshire ease to a superb six-wicket win over Glamorgan within three days.