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Nottinghamshire take second place

Nottinghamshire took second place, and a handsome prize, after victory over Sussex on the final day of the Championship season

George Dobell at New Road

Worcestershire v Durham, New Road, 4th day

Worcestershire save some pride

It may have been a miserable season, but Worcestershire at least restored a little pride after earning a draw against the champions

John Ward at Headingley

Yorkshire v Hampshire, Headingley, 4th day

Drab end shows need for change

Lancashire's victory over Warwickshire yesterday meant that neither side had any prize-money to play for

George Dobell at New Road

Worcestershire v Durham, New Road, 3rd day

Chanderpaul epic sets up Durham

A double-century from Shivnarine Chanderpaul ensured Durham will end the season as the only unbeaten side in the English first-class season

The Bulletin by John Ward at Headingley

Yorkshire v Hampshire, Headingley, 3rd day

Bairstow enlivens drifting match

Bad light, which wiped out the final 24 overs of the third day's play, almost certainly ended the already slight hopes of a definite result in this match

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Northants left to watch and wait

Northamptonshire completed a crushing win over Leicestershire to move into second place in Division Two, but now have to wait for the result at Derby

John Culley at Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire v Sussex, Trent Bridge, 3rd day

Nottinghamshire close in on second spot

So far as Sussex were concerned, only pride was at stake. For Nottinghamshire, there was the not inconsiderable matter of £225,000 to be won as runners-up to Durham

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Hall continues Northants' charge

Action from the final round of Championship matches where Northamptonshire continue to dominate Leicestershire and Division One survival is assured for Lancashire and Yorkshire

George Dobell at New Road

Worcestershire v Durham, New Road, 2nd day

Di Venuto and Chanderpaul feed on rubbish

This time last year the New Road square was under several feet of foul flood water. Locals might have been forgiven for concluding there was more filth on it during the second day of this game