As rain played spoilsport in Derby and Leicester but Nottinghamshire are in a dominating position after securing a massive 261-run first innings lead against Glamorgan on day two of County Championship Division Two.
As rain washed out entire day between Leicestershire and Kent, Jake Libby and Riki Wessels scored centuries to help Nottinghamshire recover to 335 for six against Glamorgan in the County Championship Division Two clashes on day one.
An all-round performance from Worcestershire helped them chase 210 runs against Derbyshire while Yorkshire managed to successfully defend 258 runs against Leicestershire in their Royal London One-Cup face-off. With rain playing spoilsport in the encounter between Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire, Lancashire managed to overhaul challenge from Durham riding on a century from Dane Vilas.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore scored a fine century as Worcestershire handed a 51-run defeat to Yorkshire while a ton from Keaton Jennings followed by a three-wicket haul from Paul Coughlin ensured Durham registered a 19-run victory against Northamptonshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup face-off in North Group.
Centuries from Alex Wakely, Tom Kohler-Cadmore and Billy Root proved vital as they helped Northamptonshire, Worcestershire and Nottinghamshire respectively to victories while all-round effort from Durham saw them overhaul Leicestershire in their Royal London One-Day Cup encounters in the North Group.
Fifties from Alex Hales, Riki Wessels and Samit Patel proved vital as Nottinghamshire chased down a revised target of 286 runs in 46.2 overs with four wickets in hand in their Royal London Cup encounter against Derbyshire.
Shiv Thakor played a brilliant 130-run knock and also picked a three wicket haul to help Derbyshire register a comfortable six wicket win chasing 308 runs in the 49th over with six wickets in hand in their Royal London face-off at County Ground on Sunday.
Aneurin Donald played a responsible innings of an unbeaten 66 after a top order collapse as Glamorgan managed to draw their County Championship Division Two encounter against Leicestershire on the final day.
Joe Leach and Josh Tongue shared nine wickets between them as Worcestershire managed to edge out Northamptonshire by 20 runs while a dominating bowling performance saw Kent register a massive 169 run win against Derbyshire on day three in the third round of County Championship Division Two.
James Pattinson starred with a seven wicket haul as Nottinghamshire completed an innings victory over Sussex while the remaining games in the Specsavers County Championship Division Two are evenly poised.
Riki Wessels waged a lone fight for Nottinghamshire with an unbeaten double century while Worcestershire made a terrific comeback to restrict Northamptonshire to 102 for six after being bowled out for 188 on day one of Specsavers County Championship Division Two.
Northamptonshire became the first team to register a victory in the ongoing Specsavers County Championship as they rattled Glamorgan while Kent and Leicestershire are on course of victory on day two of the Division Two encounters.
A well combined bowling effort from Northamptonshire saw them dismiss Glamorgan for 101 and later stretched their lead to 167 runs while Nottinghamshire and Gloucestershire bowled out Leicestershire and Kent respectively for 251 and 298 at stumps on day one of the County Championship Division Two encounter.