Surrey wrapped up an innings win over Hampshire in the Specsavers County Championship, while Essex beat Lancashire.
Alastair Cook hit 58 as Essex reached 221-6 in reply to Lancashire's 301 all out in the County Championship game in Manchester.
A round-up of Saturday's County Championsip action as Matt Renshaw's century puts Somerset in command against Notts.
Essex thrashed Kent to beat Somerset to the final qualification place in the Royal London One-Day Cup South Group.
Hampshire booked their place in the Royal London One-Day Cup knockouts stage after defeating Glamorgan by four wickets.
Fifty years after overseas players were introduced to county cricket, Sir Ian Botham and David Lloyd pick their all-time XIs.
Matthew Fisher was the hero as Yorkshire beat Derbyshire by two wickets with a ball to spare in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Hampshire remain top of the One-Day Cup South Group despite slipping up for the first time in a tense finish against Kent.
Teenager Will Jacks cracked a sparkling maiden hundred to ease Surrey to a six-wicket One-Day Cup win over Gloucestershire.
Rilee Rossouw's swashbuckling 90 off 68 balls helped Hampshire to a four-wicket DLS win over Surrey in the One-Day Cup.
Gareth Berg was the match-winner as Hampshire began their One-Day Cup campaign with a thrilling two-wicket win over Sussex.
Hampshire have signed Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman and New Zealand batsman Colin Munro for the Vitality Blast.
Take on Sky Sports Cricket statistician Benedict Bermange's quiz ahead of the start of the 2018 Royal London One-Day Cup.
Rob Key previews the One-Day Cup, looking at the teams to beat, dark horses and emerging talent from this year's tournament.
England's James Vince struck a timely unbeaten 201 for Hampshire - but who else is in our XI and do you agree with it?
Sam Curran scooped a 10-wicket haul as Surrey thrashed Yorkshire by an innings and 17 runs in the County Championship.
Jack Leach is set to miss England's first Test against Pakistan - but James Vince pressed his claims with a double ton.
James Anderson took 4-26 as Lancashire secured their first Championship win of the season, beating Notts by an innings.
Keaton Jennings' ton has put Lancashire on course for their first Championship win of the season, against Nottinghamshire.
Defending champions Essex were bowled out for 177 on day one against bottom-of-the-table Worcestershire on day one.
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