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Dawid Malan hit 113 not out as Middlesex improved their YB40 semi-final hopes with a 19-run win over Gloucestershire.
A big-hitting 86 from Dawid Malan fired Middlesex to a three-wicket victory in their Friends Life t20 clash with Essex.
Division One leaders Warwickshire had to settle for a draw against Middlesex as rain was the only winner on the final day at Uxbridge.
Nick Compton's 69 not out ensured Somerset held out for a draw on the final day against Middlesex at Lord's.
Chris Rogers' first century of the season ensured Middlesex eased to a draw on the final day against Lancashire at Liverpool.
Wahab Riaz claimed 5-46 and hit the winning runs as Kent chased 264 for a two-wicket CB40 win over Middlesex.
Middlesex have rewarded batsman Dawid Malan with a new four-year contract.
Will Porterfield and James Franklin saw Gloucestershire to a target of 186 against Middlesex.
Dawid Malan's century allowed Middlesex to turn the Division Two form book on its head with a three-wicket victory over Sussex.
Huw Waters bowled Glamorgan to their first victory at Lord's for 56 years as Middlesex collapsed on the final day.
Dawid Malan struck a patient 61 not out as Middlesex claimed a hard-fought draw with Leicestershire at Lord's.
Centurion Dawid Malan was quick to deflect praise onto Middlesex's bowlers after the Twenty20 Cup victory over Lancashire.
A century from Dawid Malan helped secure Middlesex a place in the Twenty20 Cup finals with a 12-run win against Lancashire at The Oval.
Afternoon showers helped wreck Middlesex hopes of a third successive win against Northants at Uxbridge.
Catch up with the latest scorecard from Sussex v Warwickshire
Jos Buttler will be under huge mental and physical burdens as a Test keeper, says Nasser Hussain.
County Champ D1
Sussex lead Warwickshire by 284 runs with 6 wickets remaining
County Champ D2
Worcestershire win by 8 wickets
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Zimbabwe v Afghanistan ODI
England were ‘shambolic’ at Lord’s and their experienced players must step up, says Andrew Strauss.
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