Nottinghamshire are into the Royal London One-Day Cup semi-finals after beating Somerset in a match featuring 28 sixes.
Yorkshire denied Somerset a first County Championship win of the season by edging to a dramatic three-run win at Taunton.
Somerset require 161 runs to defeat Yorkshire on day four and claim their maiden County Championship victory of the season.
Ryan Sidebottom's five-for and a half-century from Peter Handscomb helped Yorkshire take control on day two against Somerset.
Mark Stoneman struck his third ton of the summer as Surrey piled on the runs on the opening day against Essex.
Defending champions Middlesex draw against Somerset, Hampshire top Division One and Durham suffer last over heartbreak again.
Warwickshire's fears of relegation were made worse as Hampshire reduced them to 49-6 on day two at the Ageas Bowl.
Ben Coad took a career-best 6-25 as Yorkshire bowled out Lancashire for 123 on day one of their County Championship Roses clash.
Legspinner Mason Crane took five-for to spin Hampshire to a 90-run victory over Somerset in the County Championship.
Hampshire set Somerset 259 to win in their low-scoring Specsavers County Championship contest at Taunton.
Kumar Sangakkara hit his fifth first-class century in a row to rescue Surrey in their County Championship Division One clash with Essex.
Somerset have signed New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson to boost their NatWest T20 Blast options.
Marcus Trescothick hit a club record 50th first-class century for Somerset as they drew with Warwickshire in Taunton.
Hampshire slumped to 18-5 - losing five wickets for no runs in 17 balls - as Essex ran riot in their Specsavers County Championship match.
Alastair Cook continued his outstanding early-season form while there was an injury scare for James Anderson.
Yorkshire completed a resounding three-day win over Lancashire to secure their second Specsavers County Championship win.
Ex-England opener Marcus Trescothick joins Rob Key to talk about the 2005 Ashes series success and his cricketing beginnings.
Essex and Worcestershire discovered their prospective semi-final opponents early after a rain-hit final round of South Group fixtures.
Colin Ingram hit a third hundred for Glamorgan in the Royal London One-Day Cup in their 15-run win over Kent.
James Vince's 178 for Hampshire proved in vain as they slipped to a three-wicket defeat to Glamorgan in the RL One-Day Cup.