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Highlights - Hampshire make it two in two (3:31)
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Ingram's 46-ball hundred sets Glamorgan record

Colin Ingram achieved Glamorgan's fastest hundred in T20 cricket, Luke Wright responded with a ton of his own and tranquil Arundel soaked it all in

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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

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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

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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

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Sakande and Bancroft draw value from dreary day

Abi Sakande, Sussex's promising 22-year-old seamer, was rewarded for an impressive spell with his first wicket in four-day cricket on a dreary, rain-affected day at Hove

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Wright shows benefits of captaincy off-load

Luke Wright made his first century since 2015 to give Sussex the advantage on the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship match against Gloucestershire at Hove

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Brown, Taylor named Sussex captains

Sussex have appointed wicketkeeper Ben Brown as their Championship captain for the rest of the season, with Ross Taylor taking charge in the NatWest T20 Blast

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Wells propels Sussex to vital victory

Luke Wells' 90 not out guided Sussex to a five-wicket victory on the final afternoon of the Specsavers Division Two Championship match against Leicestershire

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Inspired Archer heads Sussex revival

Six wickets for Jofra Archer, to go with the five he took in the first innings, left Sussex favourites to win their Specsavers Division Two championship match against Leicestershire at the Fischer County Ground

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Philander's resistance frustrates Leicestershire

An unbroken last wicket partnership of 75 between Vernon Philander and Danny Briggs frustrated Leicestershire after the Foxes had looked set to take a big first innings lead on the second day of their championship match against Sussex

County Championship Round-up: Hampshire go top (1:16)
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Sussex roar back after D'Oliveira reprieve

Sussex will be confident of wrapping up victory at Hove after a strong opening stand between Daryl Mitchell and Brett D'Oliveira was followed by a controversial umpiring reprieve and a wholesale collapse

County ChampionshiƄp Round-up: Misery for Warwickshire (1:16)
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Wright refinds batting zest after resignation

Luke Wright rediscovered his panache with the bat after abandoning the Sussex captaincy but Worcestershire produced an excellent response after conceding their second-highest total in matches between the pair

County Championship Round-up: Coad's charge continues (1:20)
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Wells' century helps Sussex get over Wright shock

Luke Wells continued his impressive start to the season with a second successive century at Hove as Sussex delighted their new skipper Chris Nash by dominating the first day against Worcestershire

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Wright steps down as Sussex captain

Luke Wright has announced he will step down as Sussex captain with immediate effect, with Chris Nash taking charge

County Championship Round-up: Sangakkara falls short of history (1:35)
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Harris ends resistance as Kent march on

James Harris claimed three wickets on the final day as Kent wrapped up a 147-run win over Sussex at Tunbridge Wells

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