Alex Blake revived Kent's innings with a late burst

Hampshire v Kent, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Ageas Bowl

Blake blasts Kent to audacious win

Alex Blake and captain Sam Northeast combined to put on 108 runs for Kent's sixth wicket and pull off an outstanding heist

Nick Compton made a half-century

Hampshire v Middlesex, LV= Championship, Division One, Ageas Bowl, 3rd day

Compton Middlesex's gain again

It may have taken a few more innings than Nick Compton would have liked but, at the ninth time of asking, the former England batsman is a Middlesex century-maker once again

Will Smith drives

Hampshire v Middlesex, LV= County Championship, Division One, Ageas Bowl, 2nd day

Wheal's early promise on unexpected debut

Young debutants making dream starts and former team-mates turning it on in their first outing against old employers: it doesn't happen all the time, of course, but once too often now - from Middlesex's point of view - during another chastening day


Jimmy Adams powers through the off side

Hampshire v Essex, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Ageas Bowl

Fly-in ten Doeschate can't deny Hampshire

Jimmy Adams celebrated the birth of his new born son by scoring his fastest ever T20 fifty as Hampshire started their bid for a sixth successive Finals Day with a 17-run win against Essex

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Moises Henriques had Ryan ten Doeschate lbw for 8

NatWest T20 Blast, South Group

Jayawardene to make county bow

ESPNcricinfo previews the opening round games in the South Group of the NatWest Blast

Paul Edwards at Headingley

Adil Rashid picked up four wickets on day three

Yorkshire v Hampshire, LV= Championship, Division One, Headingley, 4th day

Yorks wrap up win amid distractions

Yorkshire won comfortably on the final day against Hampshire, despite the resistance of Lewis McManus and Will Smith and further demands from England

Cheteshwar Pujara cuts out through point

Yorkshire v Hampshire, LV= County Championship Div One, Headingley, 3rd day

Pujara cuts Hampshire down to size

All the chairs with a good view of the play at Heagingley on day three were filled with people ready to resume watching Cheteshwar Pujara and Jack Leaning butcher James Vince's attack during an unbroken fifth-wicket stand that gave Yorkshire control.