Cheltenham battens down the hatches
Rain restricted the action to just 15.3 overs on the third day at Cheltenham and it may need some imagination to conjure a result if the weather clears
Elegant Clarke soothes the Rhodes rage
Joe Clarke guided Worcestershire to safety at Cheltenham as their director of cricket Steve Rhodes raged that Gloucestershire "wanted it all ways"
Cox, Rhodes shine on day of youthful promise
Ben Cox made his first century in two years before Worcestershire declared behind on the second day at Cheltenham
Of Cheltenham, where the swallows still curve towards Cleeve Hill
Jack Taylor's hundred was the latest stitch in a Cheltenham tapestry of Hammond, Zaheer and many more
Sussex back in hunt as winless Leicestershire crumble
Sussex will go into the break from Championship action still in the hunt for promotion from Division Two after completing a 231-run win over bottom of the table Leicestershire at Arundel to claim their third win in four games
Burnham and Pringle tame Derbyshire spinners
Jack Burnham and Ryan Pringle tamed Derbyshire;s spinners at Chesterfield as Durham pulled off a six-wicket win
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.
Jordan and Archer dig deep in tight contest
Batsmen have struggled on a slow Arundel pitch with Sussex hoping that fielding two spinners will prove decisive in the final throes
Van Zyl quickens Sussex promotion bid
Sussex are favourites to claim their third win in their last four Specsavers County Championship games after an unbeaten 166 by Stiaan van Zyl left Leicestershire reeling at Arundel
Hughes ton keeps Derbyshire in front
Alex Hughes ended a lean run with his first century of the season to give Derbyshire the edge on the third day of the Division Two match against Durham at Chesterfield
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.
Holden fills his boots on Beckenham flatlands
Beckenham continued to be a batsman's paradise as Northants responded to Kent's 701 for 7 declared with big runs of their own
Sussex fail to dominate on searing day
Bowlers dominated on a fluctuating first day at Arundel where Clint McKay's four wickets gave Leicestershire hope that they can win their first game of the season
Northants avoid follow-on and match dies
Kent and Northamptonshire played out a dull, high-scoring draw at Beckenham after Josh Cobb and the Northants lower order comfortably made the 24 more runs they required to avoid the follow-on early on the final day
Tahir makes his mark before Coughlin stands firm
Imran Tahir raised Derbyshire's hopes of back-to-back victories by taking five wickets on his debut as Durham collapsed on the second day of the Division Two match at Chesterfield
Dickson's 318 tops day of Kent records
Sean Dickson plundered 318, Kent's highest individual score on home soil, and put on 382 with Joe Denly in the biggest partnership in the county's history as a host of records tumbled at Beckenham
Gloucestershire finish the job after Norwell six
Gloucestershire eased to a 10-wicket victory over Glamorgan inside two days at Cheltenham College
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.
Dickson and Denly make Northamptonshire suffer
Sean Dickson hit a career-best unbeaten double century and Joe Denly notched his third hundred of the summer as Kent enjoyed a first-day run fest
Critchley makes an immediate impact
Matt Critchley delivered another impressive application for all-rounder status when he marked his first county championship match of the season with a century in the division two match against Durham at Chesterfield
25 fallers at Cheltenham: stewards enquiry
Twenty-five wickets fell at the Cheltenham Festival and, at the end of a frantic first day of coming and going, Gloucestershire had the edge
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.
Derbyshire end two-year drought - and it's down to a 16-year-old debutant
Hamidullah Qadri staged one of the most memorable debuts in Championship history as, at 16, he bowled Derbyshire to their first Championship win for nearly two years
Milne, rain help deny Nottinghamshire
The combination of rain and the stubborn resistance of Kent's eighth-wicket pair denied Nottinghamshire victory at Trent Bridge