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Glamorgan set up a quarter-final against Leicestershire as two of the Blast's surprise packets face a head-to-head in Cardiff
Middlesex's heavy win propelled them from bottom to third in the table with one game remaining - although Essex, Kent and Surrey all have a game in hand.
Lancashire have offered Steven Finn a lucrative, long-term deal in an attempt to lure him away from Lord's
Ravi Bopara and Mohammad Amir bowled typically miserly four-over spells to keep alive Essex's outside chance of qualifying for the knockout stages of NatWest T20 Blast
Tom Helm produced a brilliant final over as Middlesex beat Sussex Sharks by two runs to keep alive their hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the NatWest T20 Blast
In a remarkable end to a dramatic match, Warwickshire skittled Middlesex for 136 at Lord's to claim their first win of the season in the Specsavers County Championship's Division One by a thumping 190-run margin.
Warwickshire, bottom of the First Division, are putting up a fine scrap at Lord's after England allrounder Chris Woakes joined a stubborn batting performance on the second day
Middlesex's captain James Franklin was one of the few batsmen to prosper as 20 wickets fell on the opening day at Lord's
Rilee Rossouw shook off a blow on the helmet and by the end of the night the headache was Middlesex's in front of 20,000 at Lord's
Brendon McCullum led from the front with an exhilarating 63 off 28 balls as Middlesex secured a crushing 72-run win watched by a crowd of 27,000
James Hildreth ensured Somerset beat Middlesex for the second time in a week, this time with a ball to spare, to overhaul them in South Group
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
Brendon McCullum stirred and suddenly Middlesex's NatWest Blast season was alive again as they saw off Kent at Richmond
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
Hampshire continued their winning start to this season's Natwest T20 Blast campaign thanks to a Man-of-the-Match performance by Michael Carberry