Young Leicestershire all-rounder Shiv Thakor has been ruled out for three months after undergoing surgery.
Leicestershire have signed former Derbyshire batsman Dan Redfern.
Leicestershire have signed veteran fast bowler Charlie Shreck and confirmed that Ramnaresh Sarwan will return.
Yorkshire's Will Rhodes will captain England U19s at the ICC World Cup in the UAE next month.
Durham open their LV= County Championship Division One defence against Northamptonshire.
Spinner Jigar Naik signs a new one-year deal with Leicestershire.
Ollie Freckingham has become the latest player to commit his future to Leicestershire by signing a two-year deal.
Leicestershire have awarded new contracts to Anthony Ireland, Angus Robson, James Sykes and Tom Wells.
Leicestershire have announced the appointment of former wicketkeeper Phil Whitticase as director of cricket.
Leicestershire star Ned Eckersley insists he will not be leaving for a bigger club this winter.
Matthew Hoggard's first-class career ended in defeat as Hampshire manufactured a 180-run victory over Leicestershire.
The draw has been made for next season's new-look domestic 50-over competition.
Only nine balls were possible on day three of Leicestershire's match against Hampshire at Grace Road.
Liam Dawson and James Vince both hit unbeaten centuries as Hampshire racked up 362-2 on day two against Leicestershire.
No play was possible due to rain on the opening day of Leicestershire's County Championship match against Hampshire.
Lancashire secured promotion to Division One after drawing their last home match of the season with Leicestershire.
Only 40 overs were possible during the third day of the LV= County Championship match at Emirates Old Trafford.
A second successive century from Paul Horton helped Lancashire move a step closer to LV= County Championship promotion.
Lancashire started well before rain halted their progress against Leicestershire at Old Trafford.
Former England seamer Matthew Hoggard has announced his retirement from first-class cricket.
Will Gidman completed a stunning all-round performance with the final wicket as Gloucestershire beat Leicestershire.
Will Gidman's career-best 143 helped Gloucestershire take complete control against Leicestershire on day two.
Will Gidman claimed 6-15 as Leicestershire were all out for 117 at Bristol. Gloucestershire closed on 210-4 in reply.
Worcestershire their promotion chances alive with a comfortable nine-wicket victory over bottom side Leicestershire.
Ned Eckersley inspired Leicestershire's fightback against Worcestershire on day three at Grace Road.