Yorkshire's Will Rhodes will captain England U19s at the ICC World Cup in the UAE next month.
Worcestershire paceman Alan Richardson has ended his playing career to take up a coaching role at Warwickshire.
David Lucas has retired from first-class cricket after a mutual decision not to renew his Worcestershire contract.
Durham open their LV= County Championship Division One defence against Northamptonshire.
Worcestershire have confirmed Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal will rejoin the county for the 2014 season.
Warwickshire have bolstered their bowling attack for next season with the signing of Richard Jones from Worcestershire.
Spinner Shaaiq Choudhry has signed a new one-year deal with Worcestershire.
Worcestershire have handed new contracts to batsman Joe Leach, bowler Charlie Morris and wicketkeeper Ben Cox.
Worcestershire captain Daryl Mitchell has signed a new contract which commits him to the county until 2016.
Worcestershire have awarded fast bowler and RAF Corporal Graeme Cessford a one-year extension.
Worcestershire's Moeen Ali has been named Player of the Year at the Professional Cricketers' Association awards.
Moeen Ali, Michael Hogan, Samit Patel and Graham Onions have been nominated for the PCA Player of the Year award.
Worcestershire all-rounder Moeen Ali has targeted an England call-up after earning the FTI Most Valuable Player Award.
Worcestershire secured a 115-run victory over Division Two runners-up Northamptonshire at New Road.
Northamptonshire are still involved in a battle with Worcestershire at New Road despite already securing promotion.
Andrew Hall claimed his first five-wicket return of the County Championship season as Northants edged towards promotion.
Ben Cox inspired Worcestershire with a career-best performance in Division Two draw with Hampshire.
The draw has been made for next season's new-look domestic 50-over competition.
Hampshire made the most of their rain-interrupted LV= County Championship Division Two meeting with Worcestershire.
Matt Coles shone with both both bat and ball as Hampshire put the pressure on Worcestershire on day two at New Road.
James Vince hit an unbeaten 106 as Hampshire reached 197-3 on a rain-shortened opening day against Worcestershire.
Worcestershire will release Aneesh Kapil and Michael Johnson at the end of the season.
Reece Topley claimed match figures of 11-85 to help Essex beat Worcestershire inside three days at Chelmsford.
Worcestershire produced a spirited fightback on day two against Essex, reaching the close on 163-3.
Reece Topley claimed 6-29 as Worcestershire were all out for 102 at Chelmsford. Essex reached 199-4 in reply.