Tom Kohler-Cadmore's unbeaten ton helped Worcestershire recover from a slow start to post 341-8 against Gloucestershire.
Mitchell Santner has been ruled out of Worcestershire Rapids’ NatWest T20 Blast campaign after fracturing his finger.
Ben Raine was the star for Leicestershire as they beat Yorkshire by 54 runs at Headingley in the Natwest T20 Blast.
Leicestershire were skittled for 43 as they crumbled to a seven-wicket loss to Worcestershire in the County Championship.
Gloucestershire took control of their match with Northamptonshire, though Chris Dent fell just short of his century.
Essex, current table-toppers in the County Championship Division Two, bowled Glamorgan out for 260 on day one.
Batsman Tom Fell has been given the all-clear to resume his career after a scan picked up no further signs of cancer.
Surrey beat Essex by eight runs in the opening Sky Live game of the 2016 NatWest T20 Blast at Chelmsford.
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Graeme van Buuren and Jack Taylor sparked a remarkable collapse as Gloucestershire claimed victory over Glamorgan.
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Ravi Bopara produced a fine spell of bowling as Derbyshire were forced to follow on in their clash with Essex.
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Joe Denly registered a maiden double century for Kent on day two against Northamptonshire.
Former England spinner Monty Panesar took two wickets on his return to County Championship action with Northamptonshire.
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Gloucestershire survived a final day scare before holding on for a draw against Kent at Canterbury.
Kent's Sam Northeast missed out on becoming the fourth player of the week to notch a County Championship double century.
Brett D'Oliveira completed his maiden double century as Worcestershire bossed Glamorgan on day two in Cardiff.
Moeen Ali scored 55 for Worcestershire as unbeaten tons from Brett D’Oliviera and Joe Clarke put the hosts in charge of Glamorgan.