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Highlights - Surrey beat Middlesex to top south (4:22)
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WATCH - Pietersen's peculiar innings (1:59)
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3dVithushan Ehantharajah at Kia Oval

Surrey take London derby after Pietersen panto

Surrey overcame London rivals Middlesex in the NatWest Blast by 15 runs in front of a full house at the Kia Oval after a run-out mishap involving Kevin Pietersen

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McCullum stirs to fire up Middlesex's season

Brendon McCullum stirred and suddenly Middlesex's NatWest Blast season was alive again as they saw off Kent at Richmond

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8dECB Reporters Network

Gloom for Middlesex as Somerset end losing run

Somerset claimed their first win of the NatWest T0 Blast campaign by plundering 207 for 9 at Uxbridge and then restricting Middlesex to 186 for 7 in reply

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WATCH - Sangakkara six cracks phone (0:30)
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Highlights - Middlesex hold on against Surrey (4:03)
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WATCH - Finn finishes in style (1:12)
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WATCH - Sangakkara's elegant 70 (1:42)
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Howell intervenes to secure thrilling tie

Benny Howell took a wicket off the final ball to earn Gloucestershire a tie against Middlesex in a thrilling T20 Blast game at Cheltenham College.

18dJon Culley at Edgbaston

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

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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

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20dJon Culley at Edgbaston

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

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25dPaul Edwards at Chelmsford

Magical Harmer takes Essex 29 points clear

Chelmsford is the birthplace of artists and magicians. Simon Harmer, making a home for himself there, could be both after another extraordinary display stretched Essex's lead to 29 points

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27dPaul Edwards at Chelmsford

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

28dPaul Edwards at Chelmsford

Harmer and Cook add to Essex sheen

As Alastair Cook reached 64 not out to complete a day of Essex supremacy, for Essex supporters finding their county top of the Championship, the twilight came close to heaven

33dTim Wigmore at Lord's

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

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County Championship Round-up: Patel's golden summer continues (1:24)
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34dTim Wigmore at Lord's

Beleaguered Yorkshire brace for a thrashing

Yorkshire have lost to Middlesex in remarkable contests on each of their last three visits to Lord's. This time, they might simply be thrashed.

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County Championship Round-up: Stirling ton for the champions (1:06)

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