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England duo Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell both hit half-centuries on their first appearances of the summer to put Warwickshire in a strong position on the opening day of their Championship Division One match against Sussex at Hove.
Warwickshire secured the LV= County Championship Division One title in style with an innings victory over Worcestershire at New Road.
Chris Woakes finished with 6-49 as Warwickshire made it two wins from two with an 88-run triumph over Worcestershire.
Rikki Clarke claimed 5-10 as Somerset were blown away for just 50 to lose by an innings and 382 runs to Warwickshire.
Warwickshire chased down a target of 260 for a four-wicket win over Yorkshire in the CB40 semi-final.
Warwickshire have signed spinner Imran Tahir and batsman Varun Chopra.
Gloucestershire batted throughout the final day for a draw against Essex, although it was not enough for to avoid the wooden spoon.
After a familiar look for so long Essex have some fresh faces on and off the field to try and help them fulfill their potential.
Former England cricketers Mike Atherton and David Lloyd say Sky Sports Living for Sport is playing a vital role in improving the lives of young people.
Heather Knight says England Women are determined to prove a point to Australia in this summer's new multi-format Ashes.
Ian Smith said New Zealand played well enough to beat England at Lord's before their vulnerability resurfaced in a shocking fourth innings collapse.
Read the views of former England captain Nasser Hussain with skysports.com.