With the 2016 county season over, keep up to date with the latest signings, departures and rumours ahead of the 2017 campaign.
Michael O’Leary (left) and Willie Mullins are parting ways Willie Mullins has confirmed he has “parted company” with owner Gigginstown House Stud. The champion trainer believes Michael O'Leary opted to remove their horses from the yard after he decided to put up his fees this season. Mullins told At The Races: "We're parting company – • Read More »
Willie Mullins Willie Mullins is “anxious” to learn the outcome of a British Horseracing Authority investigation into alleged betting irregularities that reportedly concerns the withdrawal of Faugheen from the Champion Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. Mullins is neither involved in the investigation nor suspected of any wrongdoing, but confirmed that the BHA were earlier in • Read More »
Arnold Palmer Tributes have poured in to Arnold Palmer after the seven-time major winner, and one of the most beloved figures in the game, died on Sunday. Palmer, whose powerful swing, attacking approach and ready smile attracted millions of loyal fans known as 'Arnie's Army' during his illustrious career, had celebrated his 87th birthday earlier • Read More »
Sussex boss Mark Davis has praised Lewis Hatchett after the seamer retired on medical advice.
Tymal Mills has signed a new one-year deal with Sussex.
SUSSEX were unable to drive home their advantage as Chris Dent and David Payne saved Gloucestershire’s blushes on the first day of their final County Championship game of the season at the Brightside Ground.
Sussex chief executive Zac Toumazi will step down at the end of 2016 after four years in the job.
Chris Jordan is hungry for runs to help him win his England place back.
Sussex have expressed their opposition to the introduction of a new city-based Twenty20 competition.