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  1. TEA: Somerset 424-2 v Hampshire 240

    Division One

    BBC Somerset's Stephen Lamb at Taunton:

    "Somerset extended their first-innings lead to 184 in the middle session of day two at Taunton, for the loss of their two openers.

    "Tom Abell, after reaching his maiden first-class century, eventually fell lbw to Gareth Berg for 131, while Marcus Trescothick continued to reach 153, his highest score of the season, before losing his off stump to Fidel Edwards with the new ball.

    "But Tom Cooper maintained the momentum set up by the two openers, and reached the tea interval unbeaten on 82.

    "Somerset also enhanced their chances of avoiding relegation by taking the maximum of eight bonus points."

  2. TEA: Derbyshire 94 v Essex 464-7 dec

    Division Two

    Essex have taken control of their Division Two match at Derbyshire dismissing the home side for just 94 in 33 overs on the second afternoon.

    Jack Winslade, making his first-class debut for Essex, took 4-20 in his four overs.

    Click here for the full scorecard.

  3. TEA: Notts 204 & 30-0 v Durham 372

    Division One

    BBC Radio Nottingham's Dave Bracegirdle at Trent Bridge:

    "Durham secured a sizeable first-innings advantage on the second afternoon.

    "Their first innings ended on 372 all out, an overall lead of 168, with Michael Richardson ending on 96 not out and Brett Hutton taking career best figures of 5-77.

    The opening passage of the session produced a flurry of runs as Durham looked to prosper before the second new ball became due. Hutton arrested the momentum, having Ryan Pringle caught at slip for 19, before bowling Jamie Harrison for nought.

    "Richardson was on 92 when Graham Onions arrived in the middle but he could only add four more before losing the strike and Hutton quickly polished off the innings as Onions nicked through to Chris Read."

  4. TEA: Glamorgan 207 v Kent 309 & 124-1

    Division Two

    BBC Radio Kent's Ben Watts  at Cardiff:

    "A sunny afternoon in Cardiff was largely dominated by Kent, as openers Daniel Bell Drummond and Rob Key put together an opening stand of 114.

    "Bell-Drummond was eventually removed by the off-spin of Andrew Salter for 54, with Colin Ingram taking a smart catch at slip.

    "But with Key (48 not out) and Denly taking the visitors safely through to the interval, it is Kent who hold a significant advantage of 226 runs with nine wickets remaining going into the final session."

  5. TEA: Middlesex 106 & 143-5 v Yorkshire 299

    Division One

    BBC London 94.9's Kevin Hand at Lord's:

    "Middlesex are 143-5, still trailing by 50 runs in their second innings, at tea on day two at Lord's.

    "Yorkshire picked up five wickets in the session and look set to complete the double over their hosts, whose only defeat this season came at Headingley.

    "Nick Compton is not out on 20 and was joined just before the interval by his captain James Franklin but whether the game makes a third day is certainly in doubt."

  6. LUNCH: Essex 464-7 (dec) v Derbyshire 10-0

    Division Two

    Mark Pettini hit his second century in five Championship innings as Essex declared on a mammoth first innings score against Derbyshire.

    Pettini hit an unbeaten 117 and James Foster struck a half-century before skipper Foster called a halt to the innings when he was out for 60.

    Derbyshire survived three overs before the interval, but face an uphill task to take anything from the game.

    Click here to see the full scorecard.

  7. LUNCH: Notts 204 v Durham 288-5

    Division One

    BBC Radio Nottingham's Dave Bracegirdle at Trent Bridge:

    "Durham look set for an imposing first innings lead after making the most of ideal batting conditions on the second morning.

    "Despite losing three wickets in the session, the visitors reached lunch with an overall lead of 84.

    "The two batsmen who were unbeaten overnight, Scott Borthwick and Paul Collingwood, both fell inside the first hour 

    "Gordon Muchall went just before the interval. He charged at Samit Patel and lifted him only just over the head of Michael Lumb at mid on. The fielder went back half a dozen paces in expectation and gratefully accepted the repeat offering to remove Muchall for 32."

  8. LUNCH: Hampshire 240 v Somerset 239-0

    Division One

    BBC Radio Solent's Kevan James  at Taunton:

    "A first Championship hundred for 21-year-old Tom Abell (115 not out) and yet another from Marcus Trescothick (107 not out) has put Somerset firmly in control.

    "The wicket is good, the sun is out and a sizeable lead looks almost a certainty."

  9. LUNCH: Kent 309 v Glamorgan 207

    Division Two

    BBC Radio Wales Sport's Nick Webb  at Cardiff:

    "Two early wickets in a fine display of swing bowling by veteran Darren Stevens emphasised Kent's dominance on day two in Cardiff.

    "But Graham Wagg (58) and Craig Meschede (33) led a counter-attack which allowed Glamorgan to avoid the possibility of having to follow-on, before Adam Riley claimed the last three wickets to finish off the innings."

  10. LUNCH: Middlesex 106 & 50-0 v Yorkshire 299

    Division One

    BBC London 94.9's Kevin Hand  at Lord's:

    "Middlesex reached lunch on day two at Lord's on 50-0 in their second innings - a stark contrast to the start of their first knock that saw them 0-3.

    "Yorkshire, who were crowned champions yesterday, were eventually dismissed this morning for 299 as Ryan Sidebottom and Jack Brooks put on 78 for the last wicket.

    "It's a far better batting day, with sun expected throughout and perhaps the lack of cloud cover today will aid a Middlesex fightback as they now scrap for second spot in the table."

  11. Post update

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

    All matches start at 10:30 BST

    Full scorecards available here

    Middlesex v Yorkshire - BBC London 94.9

    Nottinghamshire v Durham - BBC Radio Nottingham

    Somerset v Hampshire - Radio 5 live sports extra, BBC Somerset and BBC Radio Bristol

    Derbyshire v Essex - BBC Radio Derby

    Glamorgan v Kent - BBC Radio Wales