Surrey will host Worcestershire in the T20 Blast quarter-finals despite a 21-run defeat by Kent Spitfires.
The One-Day Cup begins on Saturday, marking the return of the 50-over format to county cricket after a four-year gap.
Darren Stevens takes 5-68 as Kent beat promotion-chasing Surrey by 89 runs at Guildford.
Stuart Meaker hits a half century and takes four wickets to give Surrey hope against Kent going into the final day.
Kent retain a slight advantage against Surrey despite an impressive 84 from Jason Roy on day two at Guildford.
Half-centuries from both Sam Northeast and Sam Billings help Kent take charge on day one against Surrey at Guilford.
Darren Stevens inspires Kent to victory over Somerset as bad weather and floodlight concerns cause an abandonment.
Tom Westley hits 105 to help leaders Essex seal a 63-run victory over Kent and secure a T20 Blast quarter-final place.
Kent survive a late scare at Hove as they hold on for a thrilling three-run win against Sussex in the T20 Blast.
Sam Northeast hits an unbeaten 112 as Kent beat Leicestershire by six wickets in Championship Division Two.
Josh Cobb makes 137 and Rob Taylor scored 98 as Leicestershire set Kent a target of 303 on day three at Grace Road.
Mitchell Claydon stars again at Grace Road, making 77 as Kent lead by 85 before Leicestershire reply with 87-3.
Mitchell Claydon takes 5-77 as Kent dismiss Leicestershire for 217 before replying with 106-5 on day one at Grace Road,.
Chris Wood takes a Twenty20 best 4-24 as Hampshire go second in T20 Blast South Group with victory over Kent at Canterbury.
Kent batsman Fabian Cowdrey is glad he made a mark after appearing in the T20 Blast for the first time this year.
Jason Roy hits a third successive T20 Blast half-century as Surrey cruise to an eight-wicket win over Kent at The Oval.
Adam Rouse hits the winning runs off the final ball as Gloucestershire beat Kent by three wickets in the T20 Blast.
Darren Stevens claims 6-64 in Derbyshire's second innings as Kent seal a 10-wicket victory with a day to spare.
Adam Riley claims four wickets as Derbyshire are dismissed for just 115 and forced to follow on against Kent.
Kent's Daniel Bell-Drummond scores his first Championship century, but late wickets mean Derbyshire end day one on top.