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Shahid Afridi took four wickets in Cardiff

Hampshire v Kent, NatWest Blast, South Group, Southampton

Kent hang on after Afridi strikes

Shahid Afridi's four wickets gave Hampshire promise of victory but they dried up with the bat as Kent kept their last-eight hopes alive

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Mitch Claydon bowling for his new county

Kent v Gloucestershire, Specsavers Championship Div 2, Canterbury, 2nd day

Denly builds on Claydon's success

Joe Denly's second half-century of the game and a four-wicket blast by Mitch Claydon extended Kent's advantage over Gloucestershire

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Mitch Claydon bowling for his new county

Kent v Worcestershire, Specsavers Champipnship Div 2, Canterbury, 1st day

Claydon and Billings combine to hand Kent control

Sam Billings became only the second Kent wicketkeeper to take seven catches in an innings while paceman Mitch Claydon bagged his best championship figures for the county

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Mitch Claydon bowling for his new county

Kent v Gloucestershire, Canterbury, 1st day

Claydon five skittles Gloucestershire

Mitchell Claydon bagged his third five-wicket haul of the season as Kent dismissed Gloucestershire for 179 on the opening day at Canterbury. Responding after tea, Kent fared badly in reaching 83 for 4

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Mitch Claydon hooks

Leicestershire v Kent, Grace Road, 2nd day

Claydon a thorn in Leicester side

Mitchell Claydon continued to be a thorn in Leicestershire's side as he clubbed a career-best 77 to put Kent into a strong position at the end of the second day at Grace Road.

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Mitch Claydon bowling for his new county

Leicestershire v Kent, Grace Road, 1st day

Claydon takes five as 15 wickets fall

Mitchell Claydon claimed his best figures for Kent as Leicestershire were bowled out for 217 on a day when 15 wickets fell at Grace Road.

Jon Culley at Chester-le-Street

Mitch Claydon took three wickets on day four

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

Durham go top with resounding win

Durham are in pole position to win the Championship after going 14.5 points clear of Yorkshire at the top of the Division One table with three matches to go