Surrey dominated in Division One, Hampshire lifted the One-Day Cup and Worcestershire claimed their maiden T20 title...
Champions Surrey will begin their County Championship title defence at home to 2017 winners Essex at The Kia Oval on April 11.
Vitality Blast champions Worcestershire will kick off their title defence at Notts, with Finals Day set for September 21.
Rory Burns, Rikki Clarke and Morne Morkel, three of Surrey's Championship winners, have been named in the Team of the Year.
Craig Overton became the second Somerset player in as many days to take a hat-trick as they beat Nottinghamshire at Taunton.
Lancashire's relegation from County Championship Division One has been confirmed after they were skittled by Hampshire.
Essex's Jamie Porter and Sam Cook claimed four wickets each to condemn Surrey to a day to forget at the Kia Oval.
Yorkshire and Hampshire's clash at Headingley ended in a weather-affected draw as no play was possible on day four.
Hampshire, whose safety was confirmed by Worcestershire's defeat at Essex, suffered a rain-affected day against Yorkshire.
Joe Clarke hit an unbeaten 74 as Worcestershire looked to cling on to their slim County Championship survival hopes at Essex.
Hampshire just shaded a bowler-friendly opening day against Yorkshire as 15 wickets fell on day one of their clash.
Kyle Abbott's maiden County Championship 10-wicket match haul set up Hampshire's six-wicket win over Somerset.
Lancashire enjoyed an excellent opening day of their Division One relegation battle with Yorkshire at Headingley.
Rory Burns and Rikki Clarke make the team as Surrey edge closer to the Division One title while Matt Henry impresses for Kent.
Surrey's seamers blew away County Championship title-holders Essex as they extended their lead at the top of Division One.
Keshav Maharaj took 7-37 as his side snatched a dramatic tie in their astonishing County Championship clash with Somerset.
Surrey skipper Rory Burns scored 90 at Essex as he became the first batsman to 1,000 County Championship runs this season.
Yorkshire and Hampshire remain in big danger of relegation after comprehensive defeats to Somerset and Essex respectively.
Surrey moved closer to their first Championship title since 2002 after crushing Nottinghamshire by an innings at The Oval.
Surrey are closing in on another Specsavers County Championship victory after making Nottinghamshire follow on at the Oval.
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