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Les Smith at Chester-le-Street

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

Worcs stagger despite Hughes ton

The writing appears to be on the wall for Worcestershire at the end of a day in which their opening pair applied themselves with admirable diligence to overhaul Durham's first innings lead of 114

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

Solanki ton can't get Worcestershire to safety

A innings of 124 by Vikram Solanki helped guide Worcestershire to within a whisker of County Championship Division One safety before they collapsed from 255 for 3 to 288 all out

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

Rain ruins second day at Durham

The second day of the County Championship match between leaders Durham and bottom club Hampshire at Chester-le-Street was washed out

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

Weather disrupts Durham again

The weather continues to disrupt Durham's bid for a third County Championship title in four years

Jon Culley at Aigburth

Lancashire v Durham, Liverpool, 1st day

Benkenstein shows up other batsmen

Twenty wickets tumbled at Aigburth but there was nothing wrong with the pitch as Dale Benkenstein proved

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

Openers extend lead after seamers dominate

A last-wicket stand of 55 between Rikki Clarke and Boyd Rankin gave Warwickshire their first batting bonus point for five games, but they ended the second day well adrift at Chester-le-Street

The Bulletin by John Ward at Riverside

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

Thorp's five skittles Warwickshire

Dale Benkenstein shone with both bat and ball, while the seamer Callum Thorp and batsmen Michael Di Venuto and Ian Blackwell also played major parts in Durham's success

Cricinfo staff

County Championship round-up, 3rd day

Thorp bowls Durham towards victory

A round-up of the action from the third day of County Championship matches

Somerset v Durham, County Championship, Taunton, 2nd day

Onions has a day to remember

Graham Onions had one of those days cricketers dream of as he celebrated his England call-up with 6 for 31 as Somerset were skittled for 69 on the second day at Taunton