Sep 27, 2009: The 2009 county season came to a thrilling finish in the Pro40 with Sussex take the Division One title and Warwickshire claiming Division Two
Worcestershire v Somerset, Pro40, New Road
Sep 14, 2009: Zander de Bruyn overcame a groin injury to hit an unbeaten 109 as Somerset secured victory against Worcestershire to keep themselves in the title race until the final weekend of the season
Sep 13, 2009: A round-up from the latest Pro40 matches as Somerset maintain their title challenge with victory over Hampshire and Middlesex go top of Division Two
Sep 10, 2009: While England struggle, Alastair Cook, not required for international duty, has been hitting hundreds for Essex in domestic one-day cricket to fine-tune his game
Durham v Essex, Pro40, Chester-le-Street
Sep 5, 2009: James Foster struck Durham legspinner Scott Borthwick for five consecutive sixes off the first five balls of an over as Essex surged to Pro40 victory at Chester-le-Street
Aug 23, 2009: A round-up of the latest Pro40 matches as Worcestershire pull off a late chase and Kent overpower Derbyshire in a high-scorer
Aug 9, 2009: A round-up from the latest Pro40 matches as Sussex go top of Division One, while Tom Maynard and Owais Shah both strike powerful hundreds but can't help their teams to victory
Jul 19, 2009: A round-up from the latest Pro40 matches
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