ECB/PA

Wayne Madsen plays into the off side

Somerset v Derbyshire, Royal London Cup, Group A, Taunton

Madsen sets up Derbyshire for opening win

Derbyshire kicked off their Royal London Cup campaign with a 29-run Duckworth-Lewis victory over Somerset in a game reduced to 14 overs a side at Taunton

ECB/PA

Michael Carberry hit 73 off 58 balls

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

Arafat's closing skills put Hampshire on brink

Four wickets from Yasir Arafat helped Hampshire as good as clinch a NatWest T20 Blast quarter-final place with victory over Somerset

ECB/PA

Laurie Evans fell two short of a hundred

Warwickshire v Somerset, LV= Championship, Division One, Edgbaston, 4th day

Warwickshire press for top-two finish

Warwickshire made heavy weather of a small run chase against Somerset but back-to-back wins have made them serious contenders for a top-two finish in Division One of the LV= Championship

ECB/PA

Tom Abell pulls on his way to 50

Warwickshire v Somerset, LV= Championship, Division One, Edgbaston, 3rd day

Abell resistance can't steer Somerset from peril

Sam Hain and Tom Abell gave further evidence of their rich promise as Warwickshire built a winning position against Somerset

ECB/PA

Jonathan Trott was back in action

Warwickshire v Somerset, LV= Championship, Division One, Edgbaston, 1st day

Trott's best ended by Somerset late fightback

Jonathan Trott and Sam Hain (aka Trott minor) put Warwickshire into a strong position until Somerset struck back with the second new ball

ECB/PA

Jeetan Patel picked up the first wicket of the chase

Warwickshire v Somerset, LV= Championship, Division One, Edgbaston, 1st day

Patel's five gives Warwickshire early advantage

Warwickshire spinner Jeetan Patel secured his first five-wicket haul of the season as Somerset made uneven progress after choosing to bat in the LV= County Championship match at Edgbaston

Jason Roy unleashed a couple of early sixes

Surrey v Somerset, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Kia Oval

Rampant Roy keeps Surrey alive

Jason Roy smashed an unbeaten 122 off 64 balls, in front of a more than 20,000 at the Kia Oval, to keep alive Surrey's hopes of reaching the NatWest Blast quarter-finals and oust Somerset in the process