Nottinghamshire appoint former England Under-19s coach Andy Pick as the club's new full-time bowling coach.
Nottinghamshire director of cricket Mick Newell says he would be interested in replacing Andy Flower as England coach.
England bowler Graeme Swann announces his retirement from all international and first-class cricket with immediate effect.
Veteran bowler Gary Keedy has joined Nottinghamshire as player-spin coach and assistant physio.
Nottinghamshire's Michael Lumb passes up the chance to play in the Indian Premier League by signing a new three-year deal.
Nottinghamshire batting coach Paul Johnson ends a 32-year association with the club following a coaching restructure.
Reg Simpson, the opening batsman who led England to their first post-War Ashes Test win in Australia, has died aged 93.
Durham will start the defence of their County Championship title with an away game against Northants on 13 April next year.
Nottinghamshire sign ex-Australia batsman Phil Jaques on a short-term deal for the early stages of the 2014 season.
Nottinghamshire sign Australian fast bowler Peter Siddle as their overseas player for the 2014 season.
England batsman James Taylor follows Nottinghamshire team-mate Alex Hales in signing a two-year deal at Trent Bridge.
England opener Alex Hales signs a new Nottinghamshire contract that allows him to play in the Indian Premier League.
Chris Read says relinquishing the Notts one-day captaincy is the perfect way to ease James Taylor into the role.
Nottinghamshire's Chris Read signs a new two-year contract at Trent Bridge, but relinquishes limited-over captaincy.
Left-arm seamers Tymal Mills and Harry Gurney will fly to Australia to provide practice for England batsmen before the Ashes.
Left-arm spinner Graeme White leaves Nottinghamshire to return to former county Northants on a two year deal.
Director of cricket Mick Newell says Notts have to be flexible about releasing opening batsman Alex Hales for the IPL.
Nottinghamshire bowler Luke Fletcher says he plans to improve his fitness over the winter so that he can play one-day cricket in 2014.
Nottinghamshire's Chris Read hopes their YB40 final win can inspire them in this week's Championship survival battle.
Notts beat Glamorgan by 87 runs to win the YB40 final at Lord's, their first one-day knockout trophy since 1989.
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