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Middlesex v Unicorns, YB40 Group C, Lord's

Simpson spares Middlesex blushes

Wicketkeeper John Simpson saved Middlesex blushes with an unbeaten 50 that denied Unicorns a notable YB40 win at Lord's

Kent v Unicorns, CB40 Group C, Canterbury

Querl stars as Unicorns win

Glenn Querl starred with ball and bat as the Unicorns pulled off their first win of the Clydesdale Bank 40 season, beating Kent by four wickets

Gloucestershire v Unicorns, Clydesdale Bank 40, Bristol

Taylor hundred too much for Unicorns

Chris Taylor hit an unbeaten century to guide Gloucestershire to a 24-run Clydesdale Bank 40 victory over the Unicorns at blustery Bristol

Unicorns v Lancashire, CB 40, Colwyn Bay

Lancashire scrape home against Unicorns

Lancashire survived a major scare to secure a thrilling last-ball Clydesdale Bank 40 win over the Unicorns at Colwyn Bay on Monday

Unicorns v Glamorgan, Clydesdale Bank 40, Bournemouth

Unicorns canter to stunning victory

Half-centuries by captain Keith Parsons and Josh Knappett set up a famous 58-run Clydesdale Bank 40 victory for the Unicorns over Glamorgan at Dene Park in Bournemouth

Somerset v Unicorns, CB40, Taunton

de Bruyn hundred spikes Unicorns

A sensational burst of fast bowling from Steven Patterson, who grabbed five wickets for five runs in 11 balls on his way to career-best figures of 6 for 32, propelled Yorkshire to victory by 100 runs over Derbyshire

Cricinfo staff

County news

Parsons announces retirement

Keith Parsons, the Somerset batsman, has announced his retirement from first-class cricket. Parsons, 35, has been at Taunton since 1992 but has not represented the team this season

Cricinfo staff

County Championship round-up

Mushtaq and Lehmann star

A round-up from the latest Championship matches as Darren Lehmann launches a Yorkshire fightback and Leicestershire pile the pressure on Glamorgan

Wisden Cricinfo Staff

County news - Somerset

Somerset give contracts to six

Somerset have given two-year contracts to six players - Keith Parsons, James Hildreth, Matthew Wood, Gareth Andrew, Neil Edwards and Carl Gazzard