Paul Nixon believes Leicestershire team-mate James Taylor has what it takes to be an England star.
Paul Nixon is looking forward to a Champions League swansong after Leicestershire triumphed at Edgbaston.
Leicestershire Foxes are hoping to give Paul Nixon a winning send-off on T20 Finals Day on Saturday.
Paul Nixon is hoping to end his playing career in a blaze of glory with Friends Life t20 success at Leicestershire.
Leicestershire's ex-England wicketkeeper Paul Nixon has announced he will play in his final first-class match on Saturday.
Leicestershire claimed their first home t20 win for two years with a 19-run victory over Worcestershire on Saturday.
Paul Nixon has agreed a new contract to extend his Leicestershire career into a 24th year.
A determined rearguard action by Paul Nixon and Jigar Naik earned Leicestershire a draw against Glamorgan on the final day at Swansea.
Paul Nixon is confident he will be eligible to play for Leicestershire next year despite signing up for a second season with the ICL.
Northamptonshire secured an eight-wicket win over Leicestershire with a day to spare at Wantage Road.
Worcestershire romped to their second County Championship win of the season with a 10-wicket win over Leicestershire.
Leicestershire's bowlers were left frustrated as Essex scrapped for a draw at Chelmsford.
Paul Nixon starts his first full season in charge of Leicestershire having assumed the captaincy part-way through a disappointing 2007 campaign
Paul Nixon, who has agreed to play in the Indian Cricket League, fears his England career could be over.
World Cup wicketkeeper Paul Nixon insists England are in good shape ahead of their ICC World Twenty20 opener on Thursday.
Leicestershire have appointed England wicketkeeper Paul Nixon as club captain.
David Lloyd has his say on the Cook conundrum, the Ryder Cup and, er, 'The David Lloyd Story'.
James Taylor’s prolific form in domestic cricket fully justifies his England recall, says Nick Knight.
Andrew Strauss says the 50-over format has showcased the best of young English talent.
Full-on Yorkshire are the pride of the County Championship, says David Lloyd, and deservedly so.