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  1. Glamorgan's Aneurin Donald scores 234 off just 136 balls v Derbyshire
  2. Nottinghamshire's Steven Mullaney unbeaten on 161 v Somerset
  3. James Anderson takes 3-58 for Lancashire; Ben Stokes scores 21 for Durham
  4. Wins for Gloucestershire and Birmingham in T20 Blast

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By Adam Williams

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all until tomorrow

    Steven Mullaney

    And that is that for another day of action-packed county cricket.

    Don't forget to join us again tomorrow for more from just before 11:00 BST.

    You can read reports of all of today's action on the counties section of the BBC Sport website.

    Until then - thanks for being with us.

  2. Division Two close of play

    And to round up the day's scorecards, here's what close of play looks like in Division Two.

    Colwyn Bay:Glamorgan 481-8 v Derbyshire

    Tunbridge Wells:Kent 310-3 v Sussex

  3. Close at the Bay

    Glamorgan 481-8 v Derbyshire

    And that is stumps at Colwyn Bay in the last game still going today.

    Glamorgan close on an incredible 481-8 after Craig Meschede (54 not out) also registered a half-century with some lower-order hitting.

    Among all those runs, there was a maiden five-wicket haul for Derbyshire's Will Davis with 5-123. 

  4. Donald's Day

    Glamorgan 462-8 v Derbyshire

    Quite a day to remember for Aneurin Donald as TMS' statistics guru Andrew Samson confirms...

  5. Plodding on at Colwyn Bay

    Glamorgan 453-8 v Derbyshire

    Still eight overs to bowl before close of play at Colwyn Bay after Aneurin Donald's big-hitting no doubt rearranged most of the furniture.

    Glamorgan have raced past 450 in the day. Not sure Derbyshire will be that keen to face a few overs this evening.

  6. Division One close of play

    Stumps have been drawn in all three games in Division One. Here's how the scoreboards look at the close of play.

    (Day two of four):

    Southport:Lancashire 204 & 59-1 trail Durham 291 by 28 runs

    (Day one of four):

    Ageas Bowl:Hampshire v Surrey 332-4

    Trent Bridge:Nottinghamshire 311-4 v Somerset

  7. WICKET (Donald c Godleman b Palladino 234)

    Glamorgan 437-7 v Derbyshire

    An incredible innings from Aneurin Donald comes to end.

    Tony Palladino is the man to claim the wicket for Derbyshire, but Donald's 234 has come from just 135 balls. Blistering stuff.

  8. Close of play approaching

    Stumps have already been drawn in a number of games. Last few overs of the day coming up...

  9. BreakingPakistan beat England by 75 runs

    England 272 & 207 v Pakistan 339 & 215

    Pakistan win

    All over at Lord's. Jake Ball is the last man out for England, Mohammed Amir (who else?) is the wicket-taker.

    After four days of pulsating cricket, it's Pakistan who win the first Test by 75 runs.

    Full reaction to come here.

  10. 50s for Northeast and Stevens

    Kent 310-3 v Sussex

    Back down at Tunbridge Wells in Division Two, and at stumps two of Kent's stalwarts have recorded half-centuries.

    Captain Sam Northeast (75 not out) and Darren Stevens (51 not out) have added 111 for the fourth wicket so far.

    All set up for a big score for the hosts going into day two.

  11. BreakingWoakes falls as England on verge

    England 272 & 204-9 v Pakistan 339 & 215

    Nearly all over at Lord's as Chris Woakes is dismissed for 23 to give Yasir Shah a 10th wicket in the match.

  12. 150 for Steven Mullaney

    Nottinghamshire 303-3 v Somerset

    Among all that excitement and fireworks from Aneurin Donald, the day's other big performer Steven Mullaney has reached his first-ever County Championship 150 for Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.

    Mullaney's career best first-class score is 165 not out which could be in reach before the close of play.

  13. 200 for Aneurin Donald

    Glamorgan 399-6 v Derbyshire

    I think we might have our performance of the day and it's come in Division Two at Colwyn Bay from Glamorgan's Aneurin Donald.

    A double century off just 123 balls. He's got there with a six, which is his 12th of an incredible innings.

  14. BreakingEngland eight down

    England 272 & 196-8 v Pakistan 339 & 215

    Stuart Broad comes and goes and England are almost done at Lord's against Pakistan.

    Mohammed Amir yorks Broad for just a single. Very next ball, Steven Finn is given out lbw by umpire Dharmasena only for it to be overturned on review with an inside edge.

    Still two wickets needed for a memorable Pakistan victory.

  15. 50 for Aaron Finch

    Hampshire v Surrey 312-4

    A half-century at Ageas Bowl for Australia's Aaron Finch.

    Reaches his landmark off 56 balls with four fours and two sixes. Surrey press on towards the close.

  16. BreakingBairstow falls for England

    England 272 & 195-7 v Pakistan 339 & 215

    Bairstow out

    After a long period of rear-guard from England at Lord's, Jonny Bairstow is bowled for 48 by Yasir Shah and England are now seven wickets down.

    England still require 88 runs to win. Could it be all over by close of play this evening?

  17. 10 sixes for Donald

    Glamorgan 358-6 v Derbyshire

    Punishing day for Derbyshire's bowlers at Colwyn Bay and it's Aneurin Donald who's been dishing most of it out.

    He's made his previous first-class best of 105 look minuscule by comparison after rattling on to 182 not out off just 117 balls.

    Ten maximums and counting from the 19-year-old right-hander.

  18. T20 Blast results

    Van Buuren

    It's game over in the afternoon's two matches in the T20 Blast.

    At Cheltenham, Gloucestershire have beaten Essex by 30 runs to strengthen their place at the top of the South Group and dent Essex's quarter-final hopes.

    At Edgbaston, Birmingham Bears are back in the North Group quarter-final places with a 28-run victory against Leicestershire.

  19. Mullaney survives

    Nottinghamshire 268-2 v Somerset

    Dave Bracegirdle

    BBC Radio Nottingham at Trent Bridge

    "Chris Rogers delays the taking of the second new ball as we enter the 83rd over with Notts looking to complete a dominant day with the loss of no further wickets.

    "Steven Mullaney is still there, on 141 but has been dropped.

    "Two balls after reaching 140, his highest championship score, he nicked Craig Overton but was reprieved when Marcus Trescothick put down a regulation chance at slip."

  20. WICKET (Roy lbw b Berg 0)

    Hampshire v Surrey 283-4

    I've only gone and given Jason Roy the commentator's curse for today.

    The England one-day opener becomes Gareth Berg's latest victim at Ageas Bowl and he departs without scoring.

    Hampshire are slowly clawing their way back into this game.