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Nottinghamshire closed in on a place in the NatWest T20 Blast quarter-finals with a 31-run triumph over Leicestershire.
NatWest T20 Blast holders Northamptonshire are on the verge of elimination following defeat to Worcestershire.
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.
Jonny Bairstow blasted the first T20 century at Chester-le-Street off only 58 balls as Yorkshire beat Durham by 49 runs.
Sam Northeast's first century of the season helped Kent cruise to a six-wicket win against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
Rob Taylor, Ben Raine and Jigar Naik are among eight players to sign new contracts with Leicestershire.
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.
Andrew Flintoff took two wickets on his return to competitive cricket as
Lancashire beat Worcestershire by 50 runs.
Leicestershire's faint hopes of reaching the quarter-finals of the NatWest T20 Blast were all but extinguished by rain.
Saeed Ajmal posted match figures of 12-140 as Worcestershire claimed a 249-run victory over Glamorgan at New Road.
Yorkshire triumphed by 14 runs in an action-packed NatWest T20 Blast North Division clash against Leicestershire.
Angus Robson and Greg Smith hit centuries as Leicestershire eased to a draw against India at Grace Road.
Rain washed out day two of India's tour opener against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
India's top order found form before they declared at 333-4 on day one against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
Surrey overcame some late resistance from Leicestershire's lower order to clinch a 10-wicket victory at the Oval.
Kent escaped with a warning from an ECB pitch panel after their 10-wicket victory over Derbyshire at Canterbury.
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