ENG v SA (1)
CWC League 2 (1)
IRE v AFG (1)
Women's Hundred (1)
Men's Hundred (1)
BAH v KUW (1)
WI v NZ (1)
RL Cup (8)
Nottinghamshire 240 and 301 (Hameed 94, James 56, Robinson 5-60) beat Sussex 143 (Paterson 5-43, Pattinson 5-56) and 142 (Pujara 49*, Paterson 3-14, Pattinson 3-47) by 256 runs
Nottinghamshire wrapped up a 256-run over Sussex with almost a day and a half to spare to consolidate their place at the top of Division Two in the LV=Insurance County Championship ahead of the September run-in.
Bowled out for 301 in their second innings soon after the start of the third day, giving Sussex a target of 399 to pull off the least likely outcome, Nottinghamshire shot out their youthful opponents for 142 in 47.3 overs.
Without a number of players through injury and illness, Sussex realistically needed Indian Test star Cheteshwar Pujara to post a substantial score to give them any chance of taking the match into a fourth day. He finished unbeaten on 49 but no one could stay with him to build a partnership.
To compound their woes, Sussex left Trent Bridge with no points, their three bowling bonus points from the first innings cancelled out by a three-point deduction for a slow over-rate. Nine wickets in the match for England's Ollie Robinson on his return from a back injury and other issues therefore counted for nothing.
With two of their remaining matches at home - against Leicestershire and Durham - and a visit to struggling Worcestershire in their other fixture, Nottinghamshire now look odds-on to seal promotion.
Bowling with a new ball after Wednesday's play ended with the first one exactly 80 overs old, Sussex at least needed only 25 deliveries with it to see off the Nottinghamshire tail.
Brad Currie bowled Liam Patterson-White with one that kept a touch low before Robinson had a tentative Luke Fletcher leg before and dismissed Pattinson via a miscue to cover.
Robinson finished with five for 60, enough to move him ahead of Henry Crocombe as Sussex's leading wicket-taker on 17 at 15.64, despite this being only his third match of the Division Two campaign.
It left Sussex with a mighty task by anyone's standards, let alone a team with six players aged 21 or under.
Tom Clark, almost run out without scoring, edged behind in Fletcher's third over, but Ali Orr, who came into this match with almost 650 first-class runs for the season, made another good impression.
For a while it looked as though he might be the one to help Pujara make Nottinghamshire work for their win until he ran into a snorter from Pattinson that he could only fend away from his head, the ball looping off his glove for short-leg Ben Slater to claim the catch.
Fynn Hudson-Prentice - at 26 one of the senior Sussex batters - was at least with Pujara at lunch, but he departed a couple of overs later, nicking to the keeper as Paterson found some movement on a pitch still giving the bowlers something to work with.
Oli Carter perished to a poor shot, caught behind down the leg side off Fletcher, before Pattinson saw off the two 18-year-olds in consecutive overs as James Coles reprised Carter's mode of dismissal and Archie Lenham, who had stuck around stubbornly for a brave 31 in the first innings, perished to his third ball as the Australian quick zipped one through to send stumps flying in all directions.
Robinson fell to a leading edge off the medium pace of Steven Mullaney, caught at mid-off, where the ever-popular Fletcher delighted both his team-mates and his fan club in the Radcliffe Road stand by throwing his not-inconsiderable frame to his right to take a diving catch.
Sussex's abject afternoon continued when Pujara changed his mind about scrambling a single to midwicket off the final ball of a Patterson-White over, leaving Ari Kavelas stranded as Lyndon James made a direct hit with his throw in, before Paterson wrapped up the win at 3.25pm as Currie followed Sean Hunt back to the pavilion as a second lbw in consecutive overs.
Dane Paterson, James Pattinson make short work of Sussex to fire Notts towards title
Cheteshwar Pujara resists with 49* but youthful team are picked apart by Division leaders
Ollie Robinson takes seven but Nottinghamshire turn screw
England seamer impresses on comeback after Dane Paterson, James Pattinson share all 10