117/7 (10 ov, target 151)
85/5 (8.5/10 ov, target 83)
71/9 (10 ov, target 71)
In part one of ESPNcricinfo's awards for the 2013 county season, George Dobell hails Durham's local influence
In part two of ESPNcricinfo's awards for the 2013 county season, George Dobell looks at some alternative categories
Victory at Lord's turned an average season into a good one - but looking forward there must be cause for concern over Nottinghamshire's four-day form
Saddled at 24 with the job of turning Northants' fortunes around, Alex Wakely has done quite nicely, thank you
The result at Lord's mattered for every Glamorgan fan, but it was also a fantastic day out and the fans never stopped singing...even to the end
There was a mixture of delight and relief for Chris Read after he played a key role in helping Nottinghamshire end a 24-year wait for one-day silverware with the YB40
Nottinghamshire claimed their first piece of one-day silverware in more than two decades with a dominant 87-run victory at Lord's
ESPNcricinfo previews the Yorkshire Bank 40 final between Glamorgan and Nottinghamshire
Former England bowler Simon Jones admits Glamorgan will be underdogs in the YB40 final but says the team will be up for the challenge against favourites Notts
Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann have both been made available for Nottinghamshire in the Yorkshire Bank 40 final on September 21.
The YB40 semi-final between Nottinghamshire and Somerset provides both sides with a last opportunity to grab something rewarding from the season
In a contest trimmed to 35-overs per side, Somerset batted for only a little over 25 overs as they were soundly thrashed by Nottinghamshire
Jim Allenby scored an unbeaten 74 to give Glamorgan a fighting chance after Hampshire's bowlers had begun well in Dimitri Mascarenhas final home match
Jimmy Adams evoked his own schooldays, spent at Twyford, near his home, and then at Sherborne, when contrasting Hampshire's authority in the one day game with their poor standing in the County Championship.
Survival in the Championship remains in the balance but success in the YB40 has given supporters something to cheer
Qualification for the YB40 semi-finals means departing coach Matthew Mott will leave Glamorgan with his head held high
A narrow victory by four wickets with seven balls remaining for Glamorgan at Headingley ensured their passage into the semi-finals as Yorkshire ended a bleak Yorkshire Bank 40 season with their ninth defeat in 12 matches.
An extraordinary onslaught by Will Smith propelled Durham to a 133-run victory in their final Yorkshire Bank 40 match and ended a miserable five days for Surrey at Chester-le-Street
David Willey carried on where he left off in the Friends Life t20 final by pummelling his maiden senior century for Northamptonshire in their crushing 125-run Yorkshire Bank 40 win over Warwickshire
Sussex finished the Yorkshire Bank 40 programme with a flourish when Luke Wright and Matt Machan sealed a comprehensive seven-wicket win with 11.3 overs to spare against Worcestershire at New Road
Eoin Morgan warmed up for England's forthcoming limited-overs series against Australia with a season's best 90 to inspire his side's four-wicket win over Leicestershire at Lord's
Alex Hales hit a match-winning 74 as Nottinghamshire beat Kent by five wickets at Canterbury to top Group A and earn themselves a Yorkshire Bank 40 home semi-final
Ravi Bopara warmed up for England's two-match Twenty20 series against Australia later this week, and the NatWest series to follow, with 130 against Lancashire at Old Trafford, his highest List A county score since June 2008
Jos Buttler's intelligent innings of 68 not out guided Somerset into the Yorkshire Bank 40 semi-finals with a 13-run victory over arch-rivals Gloucestershire at a packed County Ground in Bristol.
Michael Carberry, who is again interesting England with the bat, provided a turn up by starring with the ball as Hampshire booked a YB40 home semi-final