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  1. Leicestershire 159 & 66-4, Kent 210

    County Championship Division Two

    The hectic pace continues at Grace Road where 12 wickets have fallen so far in the day, with Leicestershire just 15 runs ahead at tea.

    Kent earned a valuable first-innings lead, thanks primarily to Darren Stevens, who hit a six and 12 fours in his 63 off 72 balls.

    Ollie Freckingham (3-32) and Charlie Shreck (3-50) bowled well, but the home side's top order was again found wanting as paceman Matt Coles added two more victims to his six on the opening day.

  2. Sussex 208, Somerset 60-4

    County Championship Division One

    BBC Somerset's Anthony Gibson at Taunton:

    "It has been a day for bowlers, with seven wickets falling for 81 runs in 31 overs, in two sessions interrupted by a break for rain.

    "With the new ball, Somerset quickly accounted for the last three Sussex wickets, to bowl them out for 208, with Alfonso Thomas taking 4-46.

    "But batting looked even more difficult when Somerset replied, as Steve Magoffin, Oliver Robinson and Matthew Hobden made rapid inroads to leave the home side tottering at tea."

  3. Yorkshire 213 & 15-0 v Warwickshire 69

    County Championship Division One

    It is tea at Edgbaston, where Yorkshire are 15-0 in their second innings and have a lead of 159 runs over Warwickshire.

    Earlier, Yorkshire bowled out the home side for just 69 in their first innings as Ryan Sidebottom took 6-34.

  4. Worcestershire 129-3 v Hampshire

    County Championship Division One

    Daryl Mitchell and Joe Clarke shared an unbroken century stand to rescue Worcestershire after a poor start at New Road.

    Richard Oliver went in the short period of play possible before lunch and Tom Fell and Tom Kohler-Cadmore also fell to Australian Jackson Bird (3-59) following the re-start.

    But Mitchell has hit 10 fours in his 61 not out at tea, with 19-year-old Clarke equalling his first-class best by making exactly 50.

  5. Middlesex 374, Nottinghamshire 96-2

    County Championship Division One

    BBC London 94.9's Kevin Hand at Trent Bridge:

    "Rain has brought an early tea on day two with Nottinghamshire making a solid start to their reply.

    "Brendan Taylor has an unbeaten 53, and the Middlesex bowlers have yet to find as much assistance with the ball as their hosts.

    "Dawid Malan was earlier unbeaten on 182 as the visitors, who had been reduced to 132-6, were eventually dismissed for 374."

  6. Lancashire 96-4 v Essex

    County Championship Division Two

    Loan signing Liam Dawson struck an important blow for Essex by getting ride of Ashwell Prince for 21, but rain has sent the players back to the pavilion at Old Trafford.

    Having been 92-3 at lunch, the Red Rose county only added four runs for the loss of Prince before the afternoon session was brought to a premature end.

  7. Glamorgan 36-2 v Derbyshire

    County Championship Division Two

    The weather continues to disrupt proceedings at Chesterfield where only 10 overs have been possible in the first two sessions.

    Will Bragg (20) and Colin Ingram (five) are the two not out batsmen for Glamorgan , who are third in the table and have yet to lose a Championship game this summer.

  8. Leicestershire 159 v Kent 141-5

    County Championship Division Two

    BBC Radio Kent's Ben Watts at Grace Road:

    "A morning dominated by lbw decisions and Darren Stevens' bat, as Kent go into lunch just 18 runs behind Leicestershire with five first-innings wickets in hand.

    "Rob Key, Sam Northeast and Ben Harmison all dug in on a green, seaming wicket before being trapped in front by the home team's three frontline bowlers.

    "But an assertive half-century from Stevens against his former county helped Kent canter through to the interval, as the rain just about held off."

  9. Lancashire 92-3 v Essex

    County Championship Division Two

    Leaders Lancashire were pegged back by the Essex attack after making a solid start to the game at Old Trafford.

    Paul Horton (25) and Karl Brown (18) shared an opening stand of 48, but then fell in the same over from Jamie Porter.

    On-loan Liam Dawson then had Alviro Petersen (14) lbw, but in-form Ashwell Prince was 21 not out at lunch.

  10. Worcestershire 17-1 v Hampshire

    County Championship Division One

    Worcestershire made an excellent start to the game between the bottom two when Australian paceman Jackson Bird trapped Richard Oliver lbw in the third over.

    But only six more deliveries were possible before the weather halted play and later prompted the umpires to order an early lunch.

  11. Sussex 187-7 v Somerset

    County Championship Division Two

    BBC Somerset's Anthony Gibson at Taunton:

    "A largely uneventful morning, with a short break for rain and an early lunch, has seen Sussex add 32 to their overnight 145-6, for the loss of nightwatchman Steve Magoffin.

    "The Somerset bowlers have once again combined accuracy with swing to keep even the in-form Luke Wright in check, but he was 39 not out at lunch and as long as he remains, Sussex will have high hopes of a respectable score."

  12. Middlesex 374, Nottinghamshire 1-0

    County Championship Division One

    BBC London 94.9's Kevin Hand at Trent Bridge:

    "In reply to Middlesex's 374, Nottinghamshire faced only one over before rain brought an early lunch on day two.

    "Dawid Malan finished unbeaten on a career-best 182 when the final wicket fell for the visitors this morning, having led an incredible recovery from 132-6.

    "The conditions have offered a great deal of swing for the bowlers and, given their position in the table, the Notts batting will be under huge pressure in reply."

  13. Glamorgan 19-2 v Derbyshire

    County Championship Division Two

    BBC Radio Wales Sport's Nick Webb at Chesterfield:

    "Derbyshire made the most of winning the toss against Glamorgan as the unbeaten visitors struggled in murky conditions.

    "Jacques Rudolph played on for one in Tony Palladino's first over, while Ben Wright was caught behind off Mark Footitt without scoring.

    "Bad light and rain then kept the players off for the rest of the morning session, with only 4.5 overs of play possible."

  14. Yorkshire 213, Warwickshire 18-2

    County Championship Division One

    An early lunch is being taken at Edgbaston, with only nine balls possible during the morning session because of rain.

    Warwickshire added seven runs to their overnight 11-2 during the brief passage of play, with Ian Westwood 10 not out and Jonathan Trott on seven.

  15. Post update

    Commentaries available on this page: (scroll through the live coverage tab to select your game)

    Full scorecards available here

    Warwickshire v Yorkshire - day two - BBC WM 95.6, BBC Coventry & Warwickshire and 5 live sports extra

    Nottinghamshire v Middlesex - day two - BBC Radio Nottingham

    Somerset v Sussex - day two - BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Somerset

    Leicestershire v Kent - day two - BBC Radio Leicester

    Worcestershire v Hampshire - day one - BBC Hereford and Worcester

    Derbyshire v Glamorgan - day one - BBC Radio Derby

    Lancashire v Essex - day one - BBC Radio Manchester, BBC Radio Lancashire