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Title contenders Durham turned the screw against First Division leaders Yorkshire at Scarborough, stretching their overnight score of 406 for 6 to 573, their highest total since May 2011 and their biggest against Yorkshire, who closed the second day at 182 for 3 in reply, with New Zealand all-rounder Kane Williamson unbeaten on 76.

Nail-biting defiance by Ambrose keeps Lancashire at bay

Lancashire 189 & 380 Warwickshire 280 & 217-8 (Match drawn)

County round-up: Warwickshire wobble but Woakes stands firm

Warwickshire found their form so late last season that for a long time they looked a sound bet to be relegated. This term a run for the title cannot be discounted, although the visa problems that prevented Shivnarine Chanderpaul's debut against Sussex are untimely.

Anderson puts Lancashire in charge

Lancashire 227 & 118-4 Warwickshire 172

County Championship: Green track gives big-hitting Brown chance to dig in

Nottinghamshire 328 Warwickshire 13-0

Brilliant Broad back in the swing with 8 for 52 to 'embarrass' Bears

Warwickshire 313 &amp; 100 Nottinghamshire 389 &amp; 25-0 <i>(Nottinghamshire win by 10 wickets)</i>

Carter's onslaught targets Broad

Warwickshire 313 Notttinghamshire 18-0

Clarke takes a firm hold after fielding fumbles

Somerset 268 Warwickshire 2-1

Trott gives Bears the edge

Warwicks 217 & 347 Yorkshire 274 & 57-1

Rankin battles away but Durham close on victory

Warwicks 135 & 127-4 Durham 273

Trott and Bell fail audition for big show

Notts 388 Warwickshire 214-9

Prior back in the picture after French lessons

Twelve months ago, when England played South Africa at Edgbaston, Matt Prior was out of sight and out of mind. Yesterday, he was just out of the picture – well almost, anyway after diving a country mile to catch Marcus North in front of first slip.

Yorkshire struggle in war of the roses

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Trott gives Hampshire a one-man mauling

Warwickshire 383-7 v Hampshire

Trott rescues Warwickshire

Yorkshire 600-8 dec Warwickshire 422-8

McGrath hits double ton to put Yorkshire in control

Yorkshire 600-8dec Warwickshire 81-1
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