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Sussex secured an innings victory over Division One strugglers Northamptonshire with a day to spare at Hove.
Adam Lyth and Alex Lees put on an opening stand of 270 as Yorkshire reached 367-7 on day one against Durham.
Luke Wright made an unbeaten 111 to help Sussex reach 319-6 by the end of the opening day against Northamptonshire.
Leicestershire's faint hopes of reaching the quarter-finals of the NatWest T20 Blast were all but extinguished by rain.
Northants Steelbacks breathed life into their T20 Blast title defence with a 15-run defeat of the Birmingham Bears.
Tim Ambrose hit 82 not out as Warwickshire completed a remarkable three-wicket victory over Nottinghamshire.
Saeed Ajmal posted match figures of 12-140 as Worcestershire claimed a 249-run victory over Glamorgan at New Road.
Struggling Northants have been hit by a double-injury blow with batsmen David Sales and Rob Keogh facing time out.
Jonathan Trott reached the close unbeaten on 19 as Warwickshire were set 289 to beat Notts at Trent Bridge.
Marcus Trescothick’s century puts Somerset in command against Lancs; Jonathan Trott scores 23 on Warwickshire return.
Alex Hales hit 183 as Nottinghamshire piled up 397-7 after being sent in by Warwickshire at Edgbaston.
Yorkshire boosted their title chances by wrapping up a crushing victory over Warwickshire inside three days.
Aaron Finch notched a century as Yorkshire established a 194-run first innings lead over Warwickshire at Edgbaston.
Yorkshire's bowlers underpinned their team's position at the top by maintaining a recent stranglehold on Warwickshire.
Worcestershire continued their winning streak at the top of the NatWest T20 Blast North Group by beating Birmingham.
Jonathan Trott made his latest comeback for Birmingham in their eight-wicket win over Northampton in the T20 Blast.
Nottinghamshire will be without Michael Lumb for four weeks after the left-hander was told to rest an arm injury.
Jos Buttler's first century for Lancashire was in vein as they suffered a 27-run LV= County Championship loss to Durham.
Nottinghamshire’s batting line-up fired at Trent Bridge as Middlesex were left to rue a tempting declaration.
Paul Coughlin continued his fine Durham debut by taking three Lancashire wickets after scoring 85 at Chester-le-Street.
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