Srihari Daivanayagam at Chester-le-Street

Oliver Robinson scored a remarkable century on his first-class debut

Durham v Sussex, LV= Championship, Division 1, Chester-le-Street, 1st day

Robinson debut century completes amazing Sussex last stand

Oliver Robinson, rejected by Yorkshire for unprofessional conduct, notched up his maiden first-class century on his Sussex debut and helped to demolish the county's record for the last wicket in the process

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Chris Rushworth picked up six-for

Somerset v Durham, Taunton, 3rd day

Rushworth six sets up Durham victory

Chris Rushworth celebrated a 200th first-class wicket on his way to figures of 6 for 92 as Durham wrapped up a comprehensive seven-wicket Championship win over Somerset

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Paul Collingwood celebrates another hundred at just the right time for his side

Somerset v Durham, Taunton, 2nd day

Collingwood's tour de force

Paul Collingwood hit his 20th first-class century for Durham to help them take control on the second day of the County Championship match with Somerset at Taunton

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Paul Collingwood perhaps has a point to prove to the England hierarchy

Somerset v Durham, Taunton, 1st day

Collingwood's day of unexpected riches

Paul Collingwood induced a dramatic Somerset batting collapse at Taunton with only the second five-wicket haul of his career

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The rain clouds gather over Edgbaston

England news

Edgbaston, Old Trafford get Ashes Tests

Warwickshire and Old Trafford are the big winners from the latest allocation of major matches with both counties allocated an Ashes Test in 2019.

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Yorkshire spray the champagne after winning the County Championship

County news

Yorkshire begin defence at New Road

Yorkshire will begin the defence of their County Championship title at New Road in 2015 as Worcestershire face the toughest of starts to life back in Division One.

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Tom Westley reverse-sweeps on his way to a hundred

England news

Four county batsmen head to Sri Lanka

England will send four players from the Performance Programme to Sri Lanka either side of Christmas in the latest example of their desire to expose their young cricketers to Asian conditions.