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Live Reporting

Josef Rindl and Gary Smee

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all folks

    Jordan Cox and Jack Leaning

    Well that's Gary and me done for the day and what a day its been!

    We've seen a teenager hit 200, a 44-year-old take a five-for and a record-breaking 423-run partnership. And that was just at Canterbury!

    We'll hope to see you again tomorrow. Bye!

  2. Day three star performers

    Bob Willis Trophy

    Jack Leaning Jordan Cox

    Batsmen:

    Jordan Cox (Kent) 238*

    Jack Leaning (Kent) 220*

    Billy Root (Glamorgan) 118

    Josh Bohannon (Lancs) 75

    Jonny Bairstow (Yorks) 75

    Bowlers:

    Matt Critchley (Derbys) 6-73

    Darren Stevens (Kent) 5-50

    Liam Hurt (Lancs) 4-27

    Felix Organ (Hants) 4-42

  3. Day three scores

    Bob Willis Trophy

    North group:

    Durham 180 & 110 v Lancashire 308 - Lancs won by an innings and 18 runs

    Leics 199 & 220 v Derbys 408 & 12-1 - Derbys won by nine wickets

    Notts 355 v Yorks 264 & 259-7 - Yorkshire lead by 168 runs

    Central group:

    Gloucs 210 & 197-6 v Warwickshire 247 - Gloucs lead by 160 runs

    Worcs 455-8 & 98-2 v Glamorgan 374 - Worcs lead by 179 runs

    South group:

    Essex 262 & 261 v Surrey 187 & 27-1 - Surrey need 310 more to win

    Kent 530-1 v Sussex 332 & 173 - Kent won by an innings and 25 runs

    Middlesex 252 & 201 v Hants 296 & 60-2 - Hants need 98 more runs to win

  4. WICKET and Stumps

    Worcestershire 455-8 & 97-2 v Glamorgan 374

    Nightwatchman Joe Leech comes in for Jake Libby. He defends a few but never looks comfortable and falls for a duck after five deliveries. Caught Charlie Hemphrey off the bowling Kieran Bull

    That'll be stumps too. It's been Worcestershire's day though, and Daryl Mitchell remains not out on 48.

    It's also the last of our Bob Willis Trophy games to finish. So let's have a look over those day three scores.

  5. WICKET

    Libby c Cooke b Douthwaite (Worcestershire 455-8 & 97-1 v Glamorgan 374)

    And there is late wicket at New Road.

    Jake Libby falls six short of a half-century, edging Dan Douthwaite to Glamorgan keeper Chris Cooke.

    Frustrating for the 27-year-old who made a fantastic 184 in the first innings. There's just 10 balls left in the day.

  6. Close of play at Radlett

    Middlesex v Hants 60-2 (target 158)

    That's it for day three.

    Hampshire will need a further 98 runs for victory on the final day with eight wickets in hand.

  7. WICKET

    Stoneman lbw b Harmer 16 (Essex v Surrey 27-1, target 337)

    Simon Harmer strikes with the final ball of the day!

    The Essex spinner pins Mark Stoneman lbw and stumps is called.

    What a boost for Essex.

  8. Derbyshire top table

    Result: Derbyshire beat Leicestershire by nine wickets

    The North group table is looking very good if you're a Derbyshire fan. Not so good for Durham supporters...

    North Group
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    Sam Quigley: Jordan Cox and Darren Stevens proving that cricket is a game for all ages

    Jordan Cox, 19, hit 238* for Kent earlier before his teammate Darren Stevens, 44, took 5-50.

  10. Post update

    Worcestershire 455-8 & 79-0 v Glamorgan 374

    We've still got another four overs left at New Road.

    Can Glamorgan grab a late wicket?

  11. WICKET

    Alsop c Eskinazi b Walallawita 13 (Middlesex v Hants 48-2, target 158)

    Hope for Middlesex late in the day!

    Spinner Thilan Walallawita finds Tom Alsop's outside edge and Stevie Eskinazi takes a fine low catch at slip.

  12. Stumps at Trent Bridge

    Notts 355 v Yorkshire 264 & 259-7

    Yorkshire finish the day with 259-7 and a lead of 168.

    Jonathan Tattersall remains at the crease with 41 alongside number nine Duanne Olivier on eight.

    With just 22 overs left of their innings, the pair will be looking to up the run rate tomorrow and push the lead passed 200.

  13. Close of play at Bristol

    Gloucestershire 210 & 197-6 v Warks 247

    And that is close of play.

    Warwickshire's morning, Gloucestershire's afternoon and a pretty drab evening.

  14. Bad light stops play

    Gloucestershire 210 & 197-6 v Warks 247

    I told you something was about to happen at Bristol.....

    ...Turns out it was the clouds coming in.

    The players head to their dressing rooms while the umpires stay out in the middle. I think this'll be stumps with eight remaining overs likely to be lost.

    Gloucestershire are 197-6, with a lead of 160.

  15. Post update

    Worcestershire 455-8 & 69-0 v Glamorgan 374

    Runs are beginning to flow for the Pears late in the day at New Road.

    The lead is exactly 150 with openers Daryl Mitchell and Jake Libby getting into their stride.

  16. Post update

    Essex v Surrey 21-0 (target 337)

    Solid start for Surrey in their pursuit of 337 at Chelmsford.

    Mark Stoneman and Ryan Patel are seeing out a tricky late evening spell.

  17. BreakingDERBYSHIRE BEAT LEICESTERSHIRE

    Derbyshire (408 & -0) beat Leicestershire (199 & 220) by 10 wickets

    The winning runs come in the form of leg byes but that doesn't dampen the celebrations.

    They've been made to wait, but now Derbyshire are over the line and complete a resounding nine-wicket victory.

    Some fantastic individual performances from the visitors too. Dustin Melton's 4-22 in the first innings, Matt Critchley's career-best 6-73 in the second and Wayne Madsen's 103 with the bat stand out.

    Back-to-back wins for Derbyshire.

  18. WICKET

    Godleman c Swindells b Parkinson 4 (Leicestershire 119 & 220 v Derbyshire 408 & 9-1)

    Billy Godleman is caught behind off Callum Parkinson.

    Comeback on? ;)

    Three runs needed.

  19. BreakingKENT BEAT SUSSEX

    Kent (530-1) beat Sussex (332 & 173) by an innings and 25 runs

    Kent spinner Marcus O'Riordan finally breaks Sussex's last-wicket stand by removing Mitch Claydon and wraps up as convincing a victory as you are likely to see.

    The game will be remembered for that extraordinary second-wicket stand of 423 between teenage opener Jordan Cox and Jack Leaning.

    It was Kent's best partnership in their history.

    Kent only lost one wicket in the whole match and won by an innings.

    Jack Leaning Jordan Cox
  20. Post update

    Leicestershire 199 & 220 v Derbyshire 408 & 8-0

    And now a boundary for Billy Godleman. Derbyshire are nearly there.