Derbyshire won the toss and decided to field at the County Ground, Northampton this morning against Northamptonshire.
Northamptonshire 255 (Saif Zaib 57; Alex Hughes 4-57)
At the Close – Derbyshire trail Northamptonshire by 195 runs with 8 wickets remaining
Northamptonshire - Ben Curran, Luke Procter, Ricardo Vasconcelos, Richard Levi, Adam Rossington(c)(wk), Charlie Thurston, Josh Cobb, Saif Zaib, Nathan Buck, Brett Hutton, Ben Sanderson
Derbyshire - Tom Lace, Billy Godleman(c), Wayne Madsen, Alex Hughes, Gary Wilson, Matthew Critchley, Harvey Hosein (wk), Anuj Dal, Hardus Viljoen, Tony Palladino, Ravi Rampaul
Kent won the toss this morning at Lord's, London and decided to field against Middlesex.
STUMPS: We finish the day @HomeOfCricket on 189-9, a lead of 28 with @GStewart195 unbeaten on 60 and @ivanthomas_5 not off the mark yet. Great rearguard action after being 82-7 at one stage ???? pic.twitter.com/yL9pSReWdH— Kent Cricket ?? (@kentcricket) September 10, 2018
Middlesex 161 (James Fuller 37*; Darren Stevens 4-44, Harry Podmore 3-35)
Kent 189-9 (Darren Stevens 64; James Fuller 3-47)
At the Close - Kent lead Middlesex by 28 runs with 1 wicket remaining
Middlesex - Sam Robson, Nick Gubbins, Stevie Eskinazi(wk), Dawid Malan(c), Eoin Morgan, Max Holden, Ethan Bamber, James Fuller, Martin Andersson, Ollie Rayner, Steven Finn
Kent - Zak Crawley, Sean Dickson, Joe Denly, Heino Kuhn, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Sam Billings(c)(wk), Darren Stevens, Harry Podmore, Grant Stewart, Matt Henry, Ivan Thomas
Warwickshire won the toss and decided to bowl against Leicestershire, at the Fischer County Ground, Grace Road, Leicester this morning.
Leicestershire 100 (Keith Barker 3-23, Olly Stone 3-24, Chris Woakes 2-27)
Warwickshire 190-3 (Dom Sibley 106)
At the Close - Warwickshire lead Leicestershire by 90 runs with 7 wickets remaining
Leicestershire - Harry Dearden, Paul Horton(c), Colin Ackermann, Mark Cosgrove, Neil Dexter, Ned Eckersley(wk), Ateeq Javid, Ben Mike, David Sayer, Usman Arshad, Mohammad Abbas
Warwickshire - Will Rhodes, Dominic Sibley, Ian Bell, Jonathan Trott, Sam Hain, Tim Ambrose(wk), Chris Woakes, Keith Barker, Jeetan Patel(c), Chris Wright, Olly Stone
Gloucestershire won the toss and decided to bowl against Glamorgan at Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff this morning.
STUMPS// Close of play on day one and Gloucestershire finish 133/5 after bowling Glamorgan out for 137— Glamorgan Cricket ?? (@GlamCricket) September 10, 2018
Cooke top scored for Glamorgan with a counter-attacking 60, while TVDG took two wickets during the away side's reply #GLAvGLO pic.twitter.com/T0Huxe9iX1
Glamorgan 137 (Chris Cooke 60; Craig Miles 4-42, David Payne 4-25)
At the Close – Gloucestershire trail Glamorgan by 4 runs with 5 wickets remaining
Glamorgan - Stephen Cook, Connor Brown, Tom Cullen, Kiran Carlson, David Lloyd, Chris Cooke(wk), Graham Wagg, Ruaidhri Smith, Timm van der Gugten, Kieran Bull, Michael Hogan(c)
Gloucestershire - Chris Dent(c), Miles Hammond, James Bracey, Benny Howell, Gareth Roderick(wk), Jack Taylor, Ryan Higgins, Ben Charlesworth, Craig Miles, David Payne, Matt Taylor
Sussex won the toss this morning and decided to field against Durham at the Emirates Riverside, Chester-le-Street.
Durham 92 - 7 (27.3 overs)
Sussex Yet to bat
At the Close - Durham are 92 -7
Durham - Cameron Steel, Alex Lees, Will Smith, Graham Clark, Michael Richardson, Paul Collingwood(c), Axar Patel, Stuart Poynter(wk), Matthew Salisbury, Nathan Rimmington, Chris Rushworth
Sussex - Tom Haines, Philip Salt, Luke Wells, Harry Finch, Michael Burgess, Ben Brown(c)(wk), David Wiese, Chris Jordan, Jofra Archer, Ollie Robinson, Danny Briggs
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