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June 3, 2001
Cambridge 313-9 (S Kellett 105, N Mohammed 56).
Leicestershire Cricket Board 155. (T Smith 7-30).
Cambridgeshire won 158 runs.
Sussex Cricket Board 210 (CM Mole 51).
Dorset 212-6 (GR Treagus 67).
Dorset won by four wickets.
Wales Minor Counties 205-9 (MJ Newbold 46, LO Jones 44, KP Evans 3-30, Asif Din 3-25).
Shropshire 208-4 in 48.2 overs, (JBR Jones 48).
Shropshire won by six wickets.
Lincolnshire 254-9 (J Harrison 60, J Clarke 86, Cooper 4-32).
Staffordshire 241 (G Wright 69 & D Womble 73, D Pipes 4-47, SN Oakes 3-30)
Lincolnshire won by 13 runs.
Cumberland 239-7 (AA Metcalfe 62, JD Glendenen 51no, TA Hunte 47).
Northumberland 221 (JA Graham 63, PJ Lawson 3-33, JM Fielding 3-59).
Cumberland won by 18 runs.
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