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Matt Coles hit the fastest half-century of the Natwest T20 Blast season as Hampshire triumphed by five wickets at Essex.
Gloucestershire stunned Essex in the NatWest T20 Blast, beating the South Division leaders by six wickets at Cheltenham.
Worcestershire gave Saeed Ajmal a winning send-off and extended their lead at the top with victory over Leicestershire.
Worcestershire moved into a strong position against Leicestershire, while Hampshire's bowlers hit back against Essex.
Adam Wheater came to Hampshire's rescue with the bat, while Leics made life difficult for Division Two leaders Worcs.
Daryl Mitchell passed 1,000 championship runs for the season as Worcs reached 317-9 on day one against Leics.
Tom Westley's century destroyed Kent to help table-topping Essex claim a 63-run NatWest t20 Blast victory.
Acting captain Alfonso Thomas claimed two wickets in the final over as Somerset beat Gloucestershire by seven runs.
Sam Northeast's first century of the season helped Kent cruise to a six-wicket win against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
Hampshire seamer James Tomlinson enjoyed a moment to remember against Gloucestershire in Division Two.
Mitchell Claydon claimed his best figures for Kent as Leicestershire were bowled out for 217 on day one at Grace Road.
Essex stayed top of the South Group with a five-wicket victory against Surrey, while Hampshire and Gloucs also won.
Division Two promotion rivals Surrey and Hampshire played out an inevitable draw on the final day at the Kia Oval.
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Two late wickets for Gareth Batty gave Surrey a glimmer of hope of beating Second Division promotion rivals Hampshire.
Tom Fell hit 133 as Worcestershire recovered against Glamorgan, while Jason Roy starred for Surrey against Hampshire.
Mark Pettini's perfectly paced half-century helped Essex back to top spot and handed Somerset a fifth defeat in eight.
Kevin Pietersen's Surrey beat Glamorgan but he once again struggled to make an impact in Friday's encounter.
James Vince cracked 240 as Hampshire thrashed Essex by 470 runs inside three days to boost their promotion hopes.
Surrey and Hampshire took complete control of their respective Division Two fixtures on Monday.
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