Essex defy the odds to romp to the County Championship title, beating Lancashire into second, but Durham's troubles persist.
Nottinghamshire's hopes of promotion from County Championship Division Two are in the balance as Sussex dominate day two at Hove.
Joe Clarke helped Worcestershire overcome a stuttering start as they look to secure promotion to County Championship Division One.
Rory Kleinveldt finished with career-best match figures of 13-98 as Northants beat Nottinghamshire by 124 runs.
Steve Finn swelled Middlesex's hopes of avoiding relegation by taking 8-79 in a 36-run win over Lancashire at Lord's.
Rory Kleinveldt bagged 9-65 for Northants in the Championship, while Surrey's Kumar Sangakkara scored yet another century.
Warwickshire were relegated to County Championship Division Two as Somerset beat Lancashire to boost their own survival bid
Somerset are closing in on a crucial victory in their fight for County Championship Division One survival.
Essex edged closer to the County Championship title after making a strong start to their match against Warwickshire at Edgbaston.
Chris Read's final game for Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge ended in defeat, while Warwickshire edged closer to relegation.
Haseeb Hameed missed out on a first Championship hundred of 2017, while Notts' unbeaten run is in jeopardy at Trent Bridge.
England quick Mark Wood shone to rally Durham against Kent on his return to County Championship action from a heel injury.
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Lancashire's Liam Livingstone boosted his England Test chances with his maiden double hundred against Warwickshire.
Rikki Clarke took a career-best 7-55 but Somerset still managed to score 269 against Surrey thanks to Steven Davies' 86.
Keaton Jennings' torrid form continued as he fell first ball on day one of Durham's County Championship game with Derbyshire.
Former England 'keeper Jack Russell demonstrates the art of wicketkeeping in the latest Sky Cricket Masterclass.
Luis Reece put Derbyshire on the brink of the NatWest T20 Blast quarter-finals with 66 in a three-wicket win over Durham.
Aaron Finch's six-laden century saw Surrey to a T20 Blast win, while Nottinghamshire and Glamorgan sealed quarter-final spots.
Tim Bresnan's 6-19 helped Yorkshire win a dramatic NatWest T20 Blast Roses game against Lancashire by 19 runs.
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