County Championship Wrap: Burns' marathon effort.
Rory Burns completed an incredible 1,375 minutes on the field as Surrey drew against Hampshire while Warwickshire are cast adrift.
Craig Overton's hunger gives Somerset hope
Craig Overton stirred to excellent effect and the result was a Somerset victory that lifted them from despond and left Yorkshire deep in moody self-analysis
Middlesex sneak it to leave Warwickshire adrift
Middlesex sneaked a one-wicket win at Edgbaston and that leaves Warwickshire with a yawning gap of 48 points to safety in Division One of the Specsavers Championship
'Keep going, Rory,' Burns was told - and he did
There are many ways to occupy 756 minutes. Rory Burns just batted at Kia Oval
County Championship Wrap: Burns hits back.
Rory Burns hit a huge 174 for Surrey against Hampshire after being dropped for last week's final of the Royal London Cup.
Burns shows the game that got Stewart talking
Late last season, Alec Stewart lauded the ability of Rory Burns saying he could play for England
Helm's breakthrough stint sets up grand climax
A compelling denouement is in prospect at Edgbaston where Middlesex will resume on the final morning of their crucial Specsavers County Championship tussle with Warwickshire on 36 for 2, needing 234 to win
Eskinazi grit keeps Middlesex above water
Stevie Eskinazi's career-best, unbeaten 178 was the mainstay for Middlesex as they ground to within striking distance of Warwickshire
Craig Overton stands out on drear day
Craig Overton enlivened a drear Scarborough day by taking wickets and bleeding runs in a match that still could fall Somerset or Yorkshire's way
Bailey channels Batty in trying to crush Surrey
Hampshire channeled the sadistic spirit of Surrey's Gareth Batty in racking up 648 for 7 declared before attempting to force victory with the ball
Simon Harmer begins Kolpak life with a bang
The South African offspinner has played a big role in Essex making it to the top of the Championship table
County Championship Wrap: A calamitous day for captains.
There were changes at Somerset, Warwickshire and Surrey as Tom Abell was dropped while Gareth Batty and Ian Bell withdrew due to injuries.
Somerset drop Abell as young captain seeks form
Tom Abell, Somerset's talented but beleaguered young captain, has been dropped for Somerset's Championship match against Yorkshire at Scarborough
Lamb's youthful purpose is positive for Warwickshire
Matthew Lamb's controlled half-century was a positive sign for Warwickshire as they wait impatiently for talented youngsters to feed into an ageing side
Scarborough gives Somerset a seaside tonic
Rainer Maria Rilke had an observation about the calming effect of the sea, but Somerset would have probably just said they were finally executing their skills. Whatever, it went remarkably well
Vince and Adams add pain to Surrey's cup final hangover
James Vince, on his return to The Oval, provided a perfect distillation of why England picked him and why they then dropped him
County Championship round-up: Harmer's nine wickets send Essex 29 points clear.
Essex's Simon Harmer gets nine wickets against Middlesex, whilst Somerset's relegation fears grow in the latest round of matches.
County Championship round-up: Cook and Browne set new standing record for Essex.
Alastair Cook and Nick Browne set a new record for Essex whilst Haseeb Hameed's poor season continues in the latest round-up of matches.
County Championship round-up: Sangakarra leads Surrey's title pursuit.
Catch up with all the latest County Championship news as the use of the pink ball continues.
Does pink-ball cricket have a future in England?
Melinda Farrell and George Dobell delve into the pink-ball round at the end of the second day of play between Lancashire and Warwickshire at Edgbaston
Essex make their presence felt
Essex's coach, Chris Silverwood, says that Essex might not win the title, but they are out to make their presence felt
Westwood retires with immediate effect
Ian Westwood, the Warwickshire opening batsman and former captain, has announced his retirement with immediate effect following a 15-year playing career
County Championship Wrap: Career-best return for Harmer.
Simon Harmer claimed a career-best 14 for 128 during Essex's victory over Warwickshire while Joe Clarke hit back-to-back hundreds to beat Kent at New Road
Hampshire endure a gloomy denouement as Lancashire go second
The final day of this game began with Hampshire's batsmen hoping that the weather might save them only to find the Mancunian climate contributing to their slow doom.
Murtagh puts seal on crushing Middlesex win
On the day of the summer solstice, the reigning county champions have their first victory of summer. Yorkshire were not defeated so much as eviscerated