Middlesex earned a first County Championship win of the season, a heavy innings-and-64-run win over Yorkshire at Lord's.
Champions Middlesex are on course to beat Yorkshire and claim their first Specsavers County Championship win of the season.
Sam Robson gave the England selectors a reminder of his ability as Middlesex took control of their Championship match against Yorkshire.
Last-wicket pair Yasir Shah and Mitchell Claydon dug in to secure second-placed Kent a draw against bottom side Durham.
Samit Patel and Cheteshwar Pujara batted leaders Nottinghamshire into a good position on day two against Gloucestershire.
Paul Collingwood hit a 34th first-class century as Durham enjoyed a fruitful second day against Kent in Division Two.
Paul Collingwood led the way with an unbeaten 93 as Durham made a fine start to their Specsavers County Championship clash at Kent.
Defending champions Middlesex draw against Somerset, Hampshire top Division One and Durham suffer last over heartbreak again.
Worcestershire face an uphill battle to avoid defeat to Sussex in County Championship division two despite Daryl Mitchell's century.
Daryl Mitchell maintained his excellent recent batting form as Worcestershire fought back against Sussex on day two at Hove.
Luke Wells hit a second successive hundred for Sussex on day one of their Division Two game against Worcestershire at Hove.
Glamorgan beat Durham on the final day in Swansea, chasing down 266 with just three balls remaining in a thrilling finish.
Daryl Mitchell led Worcestershire to victory over Northants and to a fourth straight County Championship Division Two victory.
Nottinghamshire seized the initiative after declaring on 430-9 and then forcing Gloucestershire to follow on, having been skittled for 149.
Centuries from Cheteshwar Pujara and Michael Lumb helped put leaders Nottinghamshire in control against Gloucestershire.
Sussex took the final six Durham wickets they needed with minimal fuss to force a final-day victory at Hove.
Durham captain Paul Collingwood and Ryan Pringle carried their Specsavers County Championship match against rampant Sussex into a final day.
Luke Wells hit a career-best 258 to put Sussex firmly in charge of their Division Two game against Durham on day two at Hove.
Worcestershire openers Daryl Mitchell and Brett D'Oliveira put on 243 for the first wicket to earn a lead over Derbyshire.
Worcestershire beat Derbyshire to claim top spot in the North Group and clinch a home semi-final in the RL One-Day Cup.