Stumpy of Somerset is denied a second straight win in the Mascot Derby, as he runs head on into some netting on the home straight.
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Samit Patel took four wickets for 11 runs as Nottinghamshire beat Durham in rain-affected One Day Cup quarter-final.
Middlesex consolidated second place behind Yorkshire by beating Durham in the County Championship Division One.
Centuries from Michael Yardy and Ben Brown helped Sussex halt Yorkshire's charge to a seventh successive win on Sunday.
Adil Rashid rocked Sussex to keep Yorkshire on course for another LV= County Championship Division One title.
England man Gary Ballance played the key innings as County Championship leaders Yorkshire reached 346-6 at Hove.
Surrey suffered their first defeat of the Royal London One Day Cup campaign as Somerset beat them by three wickets at Taunton.
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Yorkshire improved their chances of defending the County Championship title with a comprehensive 183-run win over Durham in Scarborough.
Adil Rashid did his hopes of a Test call no harm with a fantastic century as Yorkshire took control of their County Championship clash with Durham.
Yorkshire emerged with a 16-run lead after 20 wickets fell on day one of their Division One clash with Durham at Scarborough.
Nottinghamshire maintained their unbeaten record in the Royal London One-Day Cup with a 49 run win over Middlesex.
Jason Roy and Kumar Sangakkara both hit fifties as Surrey beat Worcestershire by 36 runs in the Royal London Cup.
Gloucestershire snatched a dramatic one-run win over Leicestershire in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Derbyshire's last-ball howler allowed Gloucestershire to complete a six-wicket victory in their Royal London One Day Cup clash.
England’s selectors should explain why Chris Rushworth is not being picked for the Test team, according to John Hastings.
Gary Ballance fired Yorkshire to a seven-run victory over Derbyshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Australian all-rounder John Hastings has signed a new contract to be Durham’s overseas player in 2016.
Paul Collingwood hit 132 as Durham began their Royal London One-Day Cup defence with a 54-run win over Northamptonshire.