Somerset have announced that director of cricket Dave Nosworthy will be leaving the county at the end of the season.
Nottinghamshire's last-ball win earned them top spot in Group B and a home quarter-final in the Royal London Cup.
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Yorkshire beat Sussex by nine wickets at Scarborough to move six points clear at the top of the LV= County Championship.
Kane Williamson converted his maiden century for Yorkshire into a fine 189 to put the home side on top against Sussex.
Paul Horton's 114 and Ashwell Prince's unbeaten half-century helped Lancashire make a spirited response to Durham's 340.
Somerset batsman Chris Jones is retiring from first-class cricket at the end of the season.
Ben Stokes cracked 103 to lead Durham to a crushing six-wicket victory over Notts in Group B of the Royal London Cup.
Sussex defeated Somerset in the only one of six Royal London One-Day Cup fixtures to beat the bad weather on Sunday.
Peter Trego hit a second straight Royal London One-Day Cup hundred to help Somerset to a six-wicket win over Middlesex.
Sussex claimed an unlikely three-wicket victory over Durham, while a thriller between Surrey and Kent ended in a tie.
Kent scraped a two-run Duckworth-Lewis victory in a thrilling Royal London One-Day Cup clash with Somerset at Taunton.
Nottinghamshire and Somerset remain unbeaten in Group B of the Royal London One-Day Cup after a tie at Trent Bridge.
Somerset enjoyed a winning start to their campaign in Group B of the Royal London Cup, while Glamorgan saw off Surrey.
Glamorgan secured the last quarter-final spot in the South Group, while Sussex's Luke Wright made a record 153 not out.
The inaugural Royal London One-Day Cup, county cricket's new 50-over competition, gets under way on Saturday.
Somerset fast bowler Steve Kirby has been forced to retire because of a shoulder injury.
Surrey boosted their NatWest T20 Blast qualification hopes with a narrow three-wicket win over South Group rivals Somerset.
Chris Read saw Division One leaders Notts to a one-wicket victory against Lancashire, while Somerset and Warks also won.
Northants were reduced to 108-5 chasing 404 at stumps on day three against Somerset at Wantage Road.
Somerset are unsure when Craig Kieswetter will be able to return after he suffered facial injuries against Northants.
Notts bowled out Lancashire for 225, Somerset declined to make Northants follow-on and Jonathan Trott was in the runs for Warks.
Marcus Trescothick's fourth century in eight first-class innings helped Somerset to 366-8 on day one against Northants.
Acting captain Alfonso Thomas claimed two wickets in the final over as Somerset beat Gloucestershire by seven runs.
Champions Durham survived a few nervy moments at Headingley to bat out a draw with current leaders Yorkshire.