Craig Overton and Jack Leach picked four wickets each as Somerset bowled out Yorkshire for 179 runs in the final innings to complete a 179 run win in their County Championship clash in Scarborough on the final day.
Middlesex registered their second win this season as they chased down 234 in the final innings against Warwickshire with just one wicket in hand in the County Championship Division One clash in Birmingham on the fourth day.
After dismissing Yorkshire for 213 runs, Tim Rouse and Jim Hildreth scored fifties in the second innings for Somerset as they stretched the lead to 289 runs with seven wickets in hand at stumps on day three.
After Tom Helm picked a five haul to dismiss Warwickshire for 233 runs in the second innings, Middlesex were reduced to 36 for two at stumps in a chase of 234 runs on day three of the County Championship Division One clash in Birmingham.
Rory Burns remained unbeaten on 174 as Surrey managed to post 410 for seven at stumps on day three in response to Hampshire's first innings total of 648 for seven in their County Championship Division One clash at The Oval.
George Bailey crossed the 150-run mark while Sean Ervine and Ian Holland scored fifties on day two as Hampshire went on to amass 648 for seven in their first innings before the declaration came during the County Championship Division One clash against Surrey at The Oval.
A bowling day in Scarborough saw 13 wickets fall on day one as Yorkshire bowled out Somerset for 268 runs and responded back with a score of 42 for three at stumps on day one of County Championship clash.
Jimmy Adams and James Vince made most of the batting day at The Oval scoring their respective centuries as Hampshire went on to amass 361 for four at stumps in the County Championship Division One face-off against Surrey at The Oval.
A spirited century from Colin Ackermann and fifties from Mark Cosgrove and Matthew Pillans went in vain as Northamptonshire managed to edge out Leicestershire by two runs while defending 394 runs in the final day of the County Championship Division Two clash in Northampton.
In what was a disappointing game in the day-night round of County Championship Division One encounter between Surrey and Yorkshire, the final day also resulted in a washout due to incessant rain forcing the game to end in a draw.