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Middlesex closed day three at the Oval on 45-1 after centuries from Rory Burns and Arun Harinath left them chasing 254 to beat Surrey.
Middlesex claimed a 10-wicket win over Sussex on the final day at Hove to consolidate fourth place in Division One table.
Middlesex took just 21 minutes to wrap up a nine-wicket victory over Kent on day three at Lord's.
Middlesex Panthers revived their FP t20 campaign with a five-wicket win over Sussex Sharks.
Dawid Malan's century allowed Middlesex to turn the Division Two form book on its head with a three-wicket victory over Sussex.
James Taylor's maiden first-class century helped Leicestershire salvage an unlikely draw against Middlesex on Friday.
Tyron Henderson's brutal half-century allowed Middlesex to see off Durham by eight wickets in the second Twenty20 Cup semi-final.
Tim Murtagh continued his fantastic start to the season by taking 3-24 to help Middlesex to a seven-wicket win over Essex.
Middlesex completed victory by an innings and eight runs on the final afternoon against Essex at Lord's.
Ed Joyce and David Nash made half-centuries to see Middlesex to a draw against Glamorgan at Lord's.
England's batsmen must learn to batter their World T20 rivals into submission, says David Lloyd.
Relive text commentary from the second T20 international in Durban.
South Africa's never-say-die attitude in the third Test exemplified Graeme Smith's reign, says Bob Willis.
West Indies v England T20
David Lloyd blogs on his Caribbean cruise and why England keep getting torpedoed by spin.
Joe Root's maiden ODI century for England was as clever as it was skilful, says Nick Knight.
Nasser Hussain recalls his on-pitch tussles with Graeme Smith and sends out a Surrey warning.
South African Graeme Smith should be remembered as one of Test cricket's finest, says Sir Ian Botham.