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Old 23rd September 2018, 23:32   #101
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Yorkshire signed Köhler-Cadmore and Warwickshire Hose in that time too. I’m sure there must have been some other Kolpaks? Lancs signing Vilas?

Think this list just proves that most counties are doing it. Some like Notts and Warwickshire a little more than others.

It would be interesting to see the list of departures over the same timescale.

Looking at tomorrow’s games, can Notts get the 5 points they need or will we see capitulation along the lines of 2006 when Notts needed just 2 points to survive (playing Mushy’s Sussex) and gained none?!
not sure whether that's right in the period that 1000yardstare used.

Those signings were all made for either the 2018 or 2019 season.
Vilas, Chanderpaul, Kohler Cadmore, Hose were already playing for their "new" counties in 2017. Going back a further year opens it up to maybe 22 signings from other counties, and maybe half a dozen kolpak signs including Harmer, Wiese, Van Zyl as well as Vilas and Chanderpaul.

How much further do you want to go back?

Generally Derby, Northants, Leicester, Notts, Surrey, Hampshire, Warwickshire do it a lot (for different reasons), other counties do it, but less so (Durham, Gloucester).
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Old 28th September 2018, 09:51   #102
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How many years counties spent in the divisions
(including where the counties will be next season)
(CC wins in that time in brackets)

Division 1

16 - Lancs (1), Warks (2), Yorks (3)
15 - Somerset
14 - Surrey (3), Hants, Notts (2)
13 - Sussex (3)
12 - Durham (3)
11 - Middx (1), Kent
7 - Worcs
6 - Essex (1)
4 - Leics
3 - Northants
2 - Derbys, Glam, Gloucs

Division 2

18 - Gloucs, Derbys, Glam
17 - N'hants
16 - Leics
14 - Essex,
13 - Worcs
9 - Kent, Middx
8 - Durham
7 - Sussex
6 - Surrey, Notts, Hants
5 - Somerset
4 - Yorks, Warks, Lancs
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Old 28th September 2018, 10:26   #103
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How many years counties spent in the divisions
(including where the counties will be next season)
(CC wins in that time in brackets)

Division 1

16 - Lancs (1), Warks (2), Yorks (3)
15 - Somerset
14 - Surrey (3), Hants, Notts (2)
13 - Sussex (3)
12 - Durham (3)
11 - Middx (1), Kent
7 - Worcs
6 - Essex (1)
4 - Leics
3 - Northants
2 - Derbys, Glam, Gloucs

Division 2

18 - Gloucs, Derbys, Glam
17 - N'hants
16 - Leics
14 - Essex,
13 - Worcs
9 - Kent, Middx
8 - Durham
7 - Sussex
6 - Surrey, Notts, Hants
5 - Somerset
4 - Yorks, Warks, Lancs
The title of champions has been shared around quite a lot, much more so than for most of its existence. Surrey and Yorkshire won more than half of all championships between them up to 1968, but have won only eight out of 50 since then. Half of all counties have won it in the last 20 years, no one more than three times, and Sussex and Durham have won it for the first time during this era.
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Can't believe Root has left Notts and gone to Glamorgan on a 2 year contract.

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Old 9th October 2018, 11:57   #105
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The title of champions has been shared around quite a lot, much more so than for most of its existence. Surrey and Yorkshire won more than half of all championships between them up to 1968, but have won only eight out of 50 since then. Half of all counties have won it in the last 20 years, no one more than three times, and Sussex and Durham have won it for the first time during this era.
And, yet, the Championship is supposedly not so competitive these days.
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