Warwickshire’s ex-England wicketkeeper Tim Ambrose will retire at the end of the 2020 season.
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The delayed 2020 county season will begin on 1 August, the England and Wales Cricket Board confirms.
Glamorgan and former Somerset all-rounder Craig Meschede is forced to retire aged just 28 after nine seasons in the county game.
New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson’s T20 Blast contract with Somerset for 2020 is cancelled by mutual consent.
Surrey will host Middlesex and Lancashire will travel to Yorkshire for behind-closed-doors two-day friendlies in late July.
Ireland batsman Paul Stirling explains that leaving Middlesex to become contracted with Ireland and play for North Down was “the biggest decision of his career”.
Pakistan’s Mohammad Abbas will not join Notts this season as planned, but the club hope to re-sign him in the future.
Surrey’s Vikram Solanki is surprised it has taken so long for a British-Asian to be given his chance as a head coach.
Australia batsman Marnus Labuschagne extends his Glamorgan contract until 2022 after this season’s delays.
Former England all-rounder Tim Bresnan leaves home county Yorkshire with immediate effect after 19 years.
Sussex chief executive Rob Andrew says counties hope to decide in July whether the county season can start on 1 August.
Glamorgan will not play any fixtures at their outgrounds during the 2020 season because of the coronavirus pandemic.