Nick Gubbins scored a fine century while Toby Roland-Jones registered a four-wicket haul as Middlesex managed to win their first game this season overhauling Hampshire by 86 runs by Duckworth-Lewis in their Royal London One-Day Cup face-off in Southampton.
A 174-run blistering knock from Jonny Bairstow overshadowed centuries from Stephen Cook and Michael Richardson as Yorkshire chased down 336 against Durham comfortably in 47.4 overs with six wickets in hand in their Royal London One-Day Cup encounter at Headingley.
Lancashire won the toss and elected to field first. After a 48-run opening stand between Adam Lyth (30) and Jonny Bairstow (28), a triple strike from Ryan McLaren (3-43) saw Yorkshire reduced to 87 for three.
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.
A fabulous innings from Gary Ballance for the second time in the game helped Yorkshire pull out an incredible draw while Lancashire came from behind to upset Somerset with a stunning second innings bowling performance. Elsewhere Essex and Warwickshire have also managed to end their respective encounters with a draw.
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.
Gary Ballance scored a century and followed it with an unbeaten 78 to keep Yorkshire alive against Hampshire while Alex Davies and Liam Livingstone came up with massive hundreds to make stunning comeback for Lancashire against Somerset.
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.
Middlesex and Hampshire have gained control in their respective games against Yorkshire and Essex respectively with a superior batting performance while Lancashire and Surrey bounced back to end day two of Specsavers County Championship Division One on a high.
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.
Centuries from Sam Robson, Nick Gubbins, Ian Westwood and James Vince helped their respective teams while Old Trafford witnessed 18 wickets fall on day one of the Specsavers County Championship Division One.
Sussex have confirmed that South Africa fast bowler Vernon Philander will remain on the sidelines for two to three weeks after sustaining a groin injury during the recently concluded County Championship match against Kent.
Dan Lawrence scored an unbeaten 141 to help Essex pull out an improbable draw against Lancashire while Surrey managed to complete an innings victory against Warwickshire in the opening round of Specsavers County Championship Division One.
Riding on a collective batting performance led by Jimmy Adams, Hampshire managed to chase down 321 runs with four wickets in hand while Surrey and Lancashire are in dominating position to begin their first round of Specsavers County Championship Division One with victories.
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.
The day two in County Championship Division One saw Lancashire and Surrey exerting a lot pf pressure on their opponents while a seven wicket haul from Kyle Abbott meant Hampshire need another 310 runs to win the game.