Essex wicketkeepers Ben Foakes and James Foster share an unbroken 142-run stand to force a draw with Kent at Chelmsford.
Day three of Essex's Division Two match with Kent is abandoned without a ball being bowled because of rain.
A century stand from Ben Harmison and Darren Stevens rescues Kent against Essex on a rain affected day two.
A stand of 88 from Graham Napier and captain James Foster rescues Essex on day one against Kent.
Kent captain James Tredwell says the performance in their 10-wicket defeat to Worcestershire was not good enough.
Alan Richardson takes 7-22 as Kent are shot out for just 63 for a Worcestershire win inside two days at Canterbury.
Alan Richardson takers 5-41 as wickets fall regularly on the first day of Worcestershire's meeting with Kent at Canterbury.
Australian bowler Trent Copeland takes match figures of 10-113 as Northants ease to a seven-wicket victory over Kent.
Northants opener Stephen Peters scores 106 to drag his side to 303 all-out and a small first innings lead over Kent.
Daniel Bell-Drummond and Matthew Powell hit fifties but Trent Copeland takes five-for as Northants dismiss Kent for 271.
A final-day century from Kent batsman Brendan Nash can do little to prevent a draw at Lancashire's Old Trafford.
Simon Katich passes 20,000 first-class runs as Lancashire make steady progress on day three against Kent.
Lancashire bowler James Anderson mops up the Kent tail, before rain disrupts day two of the Division Two game.
England pace bowler James Anderson takes two late wickets as Kent closed day one against Lancashire on 216-8.
Kent batsman Rob Key hits an unbeaten 104 as they play out a draw against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
Leicestershire's Matthew Boyce makes 136 and Shiv Thakor hits 105 not out to overhaul Kent's first innings score of 406.
Mike Denness, the only Scotland-born cricketer to have captained England, dies of cancer aged 72.
Ramnaresh Sarwan and Matthew Boyce hit half centuries as Leicestershire reach 250-5 on day two against Kent.
Kent total 406 on day one at Grace Road against Leicestershire, who lose Matthew Hoggard because of injury.
Kent youngster Sam Northeast believes he is a stronger player following his achievements with the bat in 2012.