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Lancashire v Nottinghamshire, Old Trafford, 4th day

Chris Read savours an incredible day

Sep 16, 2010: For three soggy days at Old Trafford, Nottinghamshire's quest for the County Championship - the blue riband event of the English season - looked like ending in the most miserable of anticlimaxes

ESPNcricinfo staff

Hampshire v Warwickshire, Rose Bowl, 4th day

Warwickshire secure Division One place

Sep 16, 2010: Warwickshire secured County Championship Division One safety on Thursday with a comprehensive 10-wicket win over Hampshire at the Rose Bowl

Yorkshire v Kent, Headingley, 4th day

Kent relegated despite Tredwell heroics

Sep 16, 2010: A stunned Yorkshire saw their County Championship title hopes dashed in 44 crazy minutes against Kent at Headingley on Thursday, when their last nine wickets crashed for 37 runs in the space of 55 balls

Lancashire v Nottinghamshire, Old Trafford, 4th day

Nottinghamshire storm to title in thrilling finale

Sep 16, 2010: Nottinghamshire edged their way to the 400 runs required to secure a vital fifth batting point

Liam Brickhill

Durham v Somerset, Chester-le-Street, 4th day

Somerset denied by drama at Old Trafford

Sep 16, 2010: Somerset were left nervously watching Nottinghamshire's quest for bonus points at Old Trafford after they were denied victory by Durham at Chester-le-Street as they failed to chase down a near-impossible 181 in 17 overs

Andrew McGlashan at Chester-le-Street

Hampshire v Warwickshire, Rose Bowl, 3rd day

Bell stars as Warwickshire near safety

Sep 15, 2010: Ian Bell smashed a superb century as Warwickshire batted themselves ever closer to County Championship Division One safety at The Rose Bowl

Yorkshire v Kent, Headingley, 3rd day

Blake keeps Kent level after Ashraf heroics

Sep 15, 2010: Moin Ashraf turned in Yorkshire's best bowling figures of the season and Alex Blake registered his maiden first-class century for Kent as the two sides continued their battle for supremacy

Lancashire v Nottinghamshire, Old Trafford, 3rd day

Nottinghamshire hope for final-day chance

Sep 15, 2010: Nottinghamshire's chances of winning a Championship title have all but vanished after rain washed out the entire third day's play at Old Trafford

ESPNcricinfo staff

Durham v Somerset, Chester-le-Street, 3rd day

Somerset left to sweat on Championship title

Sep 15, 2010: News filtering up from Old Trafford and Headingley that there will be negotiations to try and conjure results won't have pleased Somerset as they struggled to break the back of Durham's second innings

Andrew McGlashan at Chester-le-Street

It's a sad, mad yet glad season

Sep 15, 2010: Corruption and allegations may have soured this English summer but the success of youngsters on the county circuit warms the heart

Rob Steen

Hampshire v Warwickshire, Rose Bowl, 2nd day

Warwickshire edge closer to safety

Sep 14, 2010: Relegation-threatened Warwickshire inched closer to County Championship Division One safety on a gloomy, interrupted day at the Rose Bowl by claiming all three bonus bowling points against Hampshire

Yorkshire v Kent, Headingley, 2nd day

Ashraf heroics keep Yorkshire hopes alive

Sep 14, 2010: A great bowling performance by 18-year-old paceman Moin Ashraf kept alive Yorkshire's hopes of beating Kent at Headingley Carnegie and snatching the title in the final Championship match of the season

Lancashire v Nottinghamshire, Old Trafford, 2nd day

Nottinghamshire title hopes fade away

Sep 14, 2010: Nottinghamshire's chances of winning a Championship title that they were once indisputable frontrunners for took a further blow as the Manchester weather inspired to restrict play to just 27 overs on the second day at Old Trafford

The Bulletin by Sahil Dutta

Durham v Somerset, Chester-le-Street, 2nd day

Somerset go top on productive day

Sep 14, 2010: When Charl Willoughby removed Phil Mustard in mid-afternoon at Chester-le-Street, Somerset went top of the Championship table but it is still far too early to tell who will finish in that prized position

Andrew McGlashan at Chester-le-Street

Hampshire v Warwickshire, Rose Bowl, 1st day

Cork and Dawson rescue Hampshire

Sep 13, 2010: Veteran Dominic Cork and youngster Liam Dawson rescued Hampshire with a 62-run unbeaten stand for the seventh wicket as Warwickshire's bowlers caused problems

Yorkshire v Kent, Headingley, 1st day

Battling Bairstow earns Yorkshire a bonus point

Sep 13, 2010: A battling unbeaten 62 from Jonathan Bairstow rescued Yorkshire and earned them a valuable batting bonus point against Kent at Headingley as they aimed to clinch the County Championship title in their final match of the season

Durham v Somerset, Chester-le-Street, 1st day

Somerset frustrated by Benkenstein

Sep 13, 2010: Somerset could only manage two wickets after a delayed start as they failed to make up ground on leaders Nottinghamshire

Andrew McGlashan at Chester-le-Street

Lancashire v Nottinghamshire, Old Trafford, 1st day

First-day rain frustrates Nottinghamshire

Sep 13, 2010: Nottinghamshire's nerve-ridden effort to seal the County Championship against Lancashire was dealt a severe blow by the Manchester weather which forced play to be abandoned for the day after a single over

The Bulletin by Sahil Dutta

County Championship

Three-way title race sets up thrilling finish

Sep 12, 2010: Three weeks ago the chances of a thrilling conclusion to the County Championship looked highly unlikely

Andrew McGlashan

Kent v Hampshire, Canterbury, 4th day

Hampshire snatch vital victory to stay up

Sep 10, 2010: Hampshire secured their County Championship Division One status after completing a nail-biting 130-run victory over relegation-haunted Kent with just minutes to spare

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Tournament Results
Durham v Somerset at Chester-le-Street - Sep 13-16, 2010
Match drawn
Hampshire v Warwickshire at Southampton - Sep 13-16, 2010
Warwickshire won by 10 wickets
Lancashire v Notts at Manchester - Sep 13-16, 2010
Match drawn
Yorkshire v Kent at Leeds - Sep 13-16, 2010
Kent won by 4 wickets
Essex v Durham at Chelmsford - Sep 7-10, 2010
Match drawn
Kent v Hampshire at Canterbury - Sep 7-10, 2010
Hampshire won by 130 runs
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