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July 24, 2001
Lancashire 350-7 (RC Driver 208*)
Somerset 341-5 (MJ Wood 82, PCL Holloway 73, JID Kerr 73)
Northamptonshire 238-9dec (R White 81, AJ Swann 67)
Gloucestershire 304 (RC Williams 75, M Kileen 4-73) and 55-1
Durham 86 and 163 (RJ Sillence 4-35)
Gloucestershire win by 9 wickets
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