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Billy Godleman struck his best Twenty20 score to keep Derbyshire near the top of North Group with a victory at New Road
Clint McKay returned the best ever figures by a Leicestershire bowler in domestic T20 as they secured a five-wicket win over Worcestershire Rapids at New Road
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
Joe Clarke guided Worcestershire to safety at Cheltenham as their director of cricket Steve Rhodes raged that Gloucestershire "wanted it all ways"
Ben Cox made his first century in two years before Worcestershire declared behind on the second day at Cheltenham
Jack Taylor's hundred was the latest stitch in a Cheltenham tapestry of Hammond, Zaheer and many more
Ben Stokes made a rare appearance for Durham but he was unable to work his magic - quite the opposite
Mark Wood showed his first Championship form of the season with five wickets at Chester-le-Street, but will that be in time to interest England's selectors ahead of the first Test?
Joe Clarke sealed back-to-back centuries as he and Daryl Mitchell powered Worcestershire to the victory that lifts them into the Specsavers County Championship Division Two promotion places
Joe Clarke's century was yet more vindication of Worcestershire's excellent youth policy. But is their season in danger of unravelling?
Joe Denly demonstrated immense powers of concentration in the sweltering heat with a career-best double century to steer Kent into a position of strength on day three of the Specsavers County Championship clash with Worcestershire at New Road
Worcestershire's bowlers bounced back in impressive style from their weekend semi-final mauling in dismissing Kent for 260
Gareth Batty derided his Worcestershire critics after Surrey's overwhelming victory in the Royal London Cup semi-final and informed them that they would never see their side play in a Lord's final
Jason Roy's form seeped back on a glorious summer's day at Worcester, Gareth Batty took five wickets and Surrey had a cakewalk to another Lord's final
Glamorgan secured back to back victories under new skipper Michael Hogan as they completed a nine wicket success over faltering Worcestershire with a day and a half to spare at New Road