Harry Finch fell two short of a ton but Sussex took control on day three of their County Championship match at Gloucestershire.
Miles Hammond hit a maiden first-class century as Gloucestershire edged ahead of Sussex on day two at Cheltenham.
Craig Miles took 4-68 as Gloucestershire bowled Sussex out for 268 before progressing to 42-0 in reply.
Aaron Finch hit an unbeaten 131 as Surrey ended Sussex's unbeaten start to the Vitality Blast with a thumping 52-run win.
Luke Wright hit a second fifty in a week to continue Sussex's unbeaten start to the T20 Vitality Blast as they beat Hampshire.
Worcestershire extended their 100 per cent record to the start of Blast as they claimed a six-wicket win over Derbyshire.
Last year's losing finalists Birmingham Bears gained revenge over defending champions Notts Outlaws in 2018 Vitality Blast opener.
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Surrey completed an innings-and-68-run rout of Somerset to replace them at the top of the County Championship table.
Ryan Patel produced a remarkable burst of six wickets for five runs in 23 balls as Surrey made Somerset follow-on at Guildford.
Ross Taylor hit his first Specsavers County Championship century for Nottinghamshire as champions Essex toiled at Chelmsford.
Marcus Stoinis scored 110 for Australia as they began their tour of England with a hard-fought win over Sussex at Hove.
Hampshire booked their place in the Royal London One-Day Cup knockouts stage after defeating Glamorgan by four wickets.
One-Day Cup holders Nottinghamshire held their nerve against Worcestershire to claim a win over the North Group leaders.
Lancashire and England star Keaton Jennings has been voted May's Professional Cricketers' Association's Player of the Month.
Fifty years after overseas players were introduced to county cricket, Sir Ian Botham and David Lloyd pick their all-time XIs.
Callum Ferguson's record-breaking 192 led Worcestershire to a six-wicket win over Leicestershire 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.
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