Mark Robinson says he is surprised Luke Wright is not involved with England Lions after enjoying the best season of his career for Sussex last summer.
Tymal Mills has revealed how Chris Jordan persuaded him to sign for Sussex.
Coach Mark Robinson believes Sussex have signed a game-changer in Tymal Mills.
Sussex have won the race to sign pace bowler Tymal Mills.
Sussex coach Mark Robinson will lead the England Lions squad on their tour of South Africa early next year.
Luke Wright is set to shun the riches of the IPL to focus on helping Sussex end their six-year wait for silverware.
Sussex have announced that all-rounder Fynn Hudson-Prentice has signed a junior professional contract.
Un de Sceaux to head over fences this season
One of the top horses in Willie Mullins’s jumping stable, Un de Sceaux, will go over fences this season.
Mullins revealed this morning that Un de Sceaux would be aimed at the Arkle Trophy at the Cheltenham Festival next March.
"We thought long and hard about it, but we've decided to go over the bigger obstacles, but keep him to two miles. Un de Sceaux did win over two and a half miles in France twice last seasons, but we went for those races because the money was so good. Now we'll go back in distance. Soft ground is a help with him too."
With Vautour going over fences too and My Tent or Yours missing the season through injury, another young star of the Mullins stable, Faugheen, is hardening all the time at the top of the 2015 Champion Hurdle ante-post market.
Jezki and My Tent or Yours battle it out in the Champion Hurdle
My Tent or Yours, joint favourite for next year’s Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham, will miss the race and the whole season due to injury.
Trainer Nicky Henderson revealed this morning that his charge has a minor leg injury, but that they are not going to take any chances with the horse who finished second in this year's race to Jezki.
"He's a young horse and we're not going to take any chances with him. My Tent or Yours can come back next year after he's had this winter off at Martinstown Stud," (owned by his owner JP McManus).
Sussex remain hopeful that Luke Wells will commit his future to the club.