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Frizzell County Championship Division Two - 3-6 July Preview

Division two seems, at this early stage to be splitting into two mini-divisions of its own, with Essex, Middlesex, Derbyshire and Worcestershire in pursuit of promotion while the rest struggle to contend with apparently limited playing resources

Frizzell County Championship Division One - 3-6 July Preview

Hampshire v Sussex - Southampton The two highest-placed promoted sides meet in a confrontation that could prove key to their end-of-season placings, in particular for Sussex, whose points average rather than points total puts them in seventh, not

Surrey have the better of Kent on day one

With thin sunlight struggling to break through the London cloud the weather forecasters were proven correct, although unhelpful, as the pitch remained sufficiently wet from overnight rain to prevent play before lunch

Frizzell County Championship Division One Preview - 12-15 Jun 2002

Somerset v Hampshire (Bath) Somerset, without Test players Andrew Caddick and Marcus Trescothick, welcome back Richard Johnson from injury and will hope he forms a potent opening pair with Matt Bulbeck who impressed as Caddick's partner at the Oval

Frizzell County Championship Division Two Preview

Derbyshire v Glamorgan at Derby Derbyshire retained their second place despite having lost their first game of the season Derbyshire will be delighted if they are able to field their captain and leading wicket taker Dominic Cork for this game, his

Frizzell County Championship Division One Preview

Hampshire v Warwickshire at Southampton Hampshire will continue their attempt to continue their good start to the season as they welcome what looks to be the division's weakest team to their impressive new Southampton ground

Surrey meander to a draw

The day began with Surrey pressing on, losing nightwatchman Ian Salisbury almost immediately for four and Ward, Brown, Stewart and Tudor then each lost his wicket assaulting the Somerset attack, who, Bulbeck aside, were less threatening than in the