Brendon McCullum smashed an unbeaten 158 to help Birmingham Bears defeat Derbyshire and set a T20 record in the process.
A recap of Friday night's T20 Blast action, including Lancashire's victory over Roses rivals Yorkshire.
Azhar Mahmood struck a six off the final ball as Surrey beat Gloucestershire by four wickets in a T20 Blast thriller.
Jonny Bairstow and Tim Bresnan rewrote the record books with an unbeaten 366-run stand for Yorkshire against Durham.
Six of England's brightest emerging talents have been shortlisted for the LV=Breakthrough Player award.
Zafar Ansari and Tom Curran produced career-best stats as promotion-chasing Surrey thrashed Gloucestershire at The Oval.
Ben Foakes and Tom Curran shared the honours as Surrey assumed total control of their clash with Gloucestershire.
South Africa opener Dean Elgar marked his home debut for Surrey with 98 as the hosts were made to labour to 279-5 .
Luke Wright scored a sensational unbeaten century to lead Sussex to an amazing three wicket-win over Gloucestershire .
Relive all the action from Friday night's T20 Blast games.
Essex secured a five-wicket victory over Gloucestershire despite losing England captain Alastair Cook for a golden duck.
Olly Stone took 5-44 as Northants routed Kent in 38.5 overs, en route to an eight-wicket victory at the County Ground.
England Test captain Alastair Cook fell two short of a fifty in Essex's 319 all out against Gloucestershire at Bristol.
Surrey have signed South Africa Test opener Dean Elgar as their overseas player for the next 10 days.
Moeen Ali starred for Worcestershire with both bat and ball on another busy night in the NatWest T20 Blast.
Glamorgan completed their third successive Division Two victory by defeating Surrey by seven wickets in Guildford.
Arun Harinath hit a classy century for Surrey against Glamorgan but the visitors were given some late hope at Guildford.
We take you around the grounds for the latest updates from today's County Championship cricket matches.
Lancashire wrapped up a three-day win over Leicestershire by an innings and 157 runs.
Alastair Cook made 80 as Essex batted through day two of their LV=County Championship clash against Derbyshire.