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Champions Durham survived a few nervy moments at Headingley to bat out a draw with current leaders Yorkshire.
Durham were forced to follow-on against Yorkshire at Headingley, while Middlesex seized control against Somerset.
Adam Lyth and Alex Lees put on an opening stand of 270 as Yorkshire reached 367-7 on day one against Durham.
Hampshire missed the chance to take over top spot in the South Group as they suffered a 39-run defeat against Somerset.
Essex stayed top of the South Group with a five-wicket victory against Surrey, while Hampshire and Gloucs also won.
Somerset fast bowler Alfonso Thomas hit with three penalty points under the ECB disciplinary code.
Tim Ambrose hit 82 not out as Warwickshire completed a remarkable three-wicket victory over Nottinghamshire.
Craig Kieswetter signs new three-year contract with Somerset that keeps him at Taunton until the end of the 2017 season.
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.
Mark Pettini's perfectly paced half-century helped Essex back to top spot and handed Somerset a fifth defeat in eight.
Nottinghamshire underlined their title credentials with a seven-wicket victory over Somerset at Trent Bridge.
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.
Somerset have confirmed the signing Tim Groenewald from Derbyshire who joins on loan before the move becomes permanent
Joe Denly and Ryan Higgins helped Middlesex finally win a game as they beat Somerset by eight wickets at the Kia Oval.
Dirk Nannes took 5-31 and Craig Kieswetter hit a breezy 70 as Somerset beat Sussex by 34 runs at Arundel Castle.
Somerset secure a dramatic one-run win over leaders Hampshire while Glamorgan and Kent shared the spoils in thriller.
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