7:20pm - That concludes the day’s action. Here are the LV= County Championship scores:
Surrey are 53 for one in reply to Yorkshire’s 433 for nine on day two at Headingley.
Somerset are 180 for six, responding to Derbyshire’s 266 after day two at Derby.
Sussex are 91 for one, having been put in by Nottinghamshire on the opening day at Trent Bridge.
7:15pm - RESULT! Durham Dynamos (218/4 35.2ov) beat Hampshire Royals (224/9 40ov) by six wickets at Emirates Durham ICG. Tanvir, who ends with 4-39, bowls Ben Stokes shortly before victory comes with 14 balls to spare as the hosts reach a revised target of 218 from 38 overs. Durham displace defending champions Hampshire at the top of Yorkshire Group 40 Group B.
7pm - Borthwick departs for 80 from 82 deliveries to be Tanvir’s third victim but just 17 are needed for victory.
Glamorgan reach the close on 200 for seven, 28 behind as they follow on. Allenby has 53 and Owen 34. They have added 71.
6:46pm - Stumps are drawn at Headingley with Surrey 53 for one after Yorkshire declared on 433 for nine.
It’s also the close at Grace Road where Essex are 196 for six in reply to Leicestershire’s 302. James Foster is unbeaten on 45.
6:39pm - Mustard holes out to leg for 92 from 90 balls to Tanvir but Durham, needing 54 to win from 11 overs with eight wickets left, are well on course. Mustard and Borthwick combined for 163.
Fit-again Jack Brooks has Arun Harinath caught behind to make Surrey 51 for one.
6:30pm - Pettini is lbw to Wyatt for 72. Essex are 191 for six in response to Leicestershire’s 302.
Rain sends the players off at Derby after an over in which Peter Trego hit Tony Palladino for three fours. In fact, it’s stumps on day two with Somerset 180 for six in reply to Derbyshire’s 266.
Jim Allenby and Will Owen share a fifty partnership for Glamorgan’s eighth wicket as the visitors to New Road delay a seemingly inevitable loss.
6:24pm - Scott Borthwick joins Mustard on a half-century, his from 60 deliveries, as Durham make good progress towards their target at 132 for one in the 24th over.
@derbyshireccc on Twitter: CHANCE! Trego (1*) edges Palladino but the catch goes down at slip; Somerset 166-6 after 56 overs (Meschede 0). Derbyshire 266.
6:13pm - Play is called off on day one at Trent Bridge with Sussex 91 for one from 25 overs. Chris Nash has 45 and Michael Yardy seven.
Play resumes again at Headingley where 10 overs remain today.
5:58pm - Shantry strikes again to remove Dean Cosker and make Glamorgan seven down while 99 in arrears as they follow on.
Phil Mustard heralds a 55-ball fifty among a flurry of fours.
The players are off for bad light at Headingley with Surrey 30 for one while there is little prospect of play at Trent Bridge where it is dark and raining.
@Yorkshireccc on Twitter: Oh no! Lyth has dropped Harinath at second slip on 18 off Sidebottom. Left-hander is living dangerously having already edged through slips.
5:47pm - The action resumes at Durham with two overs lost, meaning the hosts have a revised target of 218 from 38.
@derbyshireccc on Twitter: 6.20PM START: Play will re-commence in 35 minutes with 12 overs remaining in the day.
5:42pm - Shantry traps Mark Wallace lbw, reducing Glamorgan to 109 for six. If the weather holds at New Road, Worcestershire could win this evening.
Pettini moves to a fifty to boost Essex, who are 140 for five as they reply to Leicestershire’s 302.
5:38pm - Brief heavy rain intervenes at Emirates Durham ICG with Durham 55 for one chasing 225 to beat Hampshire.
@Yorkshireccc on Twitter: Patterson has been sent for a scan on his foot injury.
5:20pm - Wright falls for 63 to Jack Shantry, making Glamorgan 87 for five still 141 behind as they follow on.
@hantscricket on Twitter: Michael Carberry (hand) & Dimi Mascarenhas (back spasm) are both off the field for Hampshire. That's all we know at the moment
@Yorkshireccc on Twitter: 5.25pm start with 22 overs left in the day. Pyrah to sub for Patterson, who we believe has foot injury.
@GlamCricket on Twitter: Goodwin falls to a fine catch by Moeen at short mid-wicket. Glam 84/4 still 144 runs in arrears
5:07pm - Alex Wyatt ousts ten Doeschate for 40, ending a stand of 85 with Pettini and leaving Essex 113 for five.
Sean Ervine shells a regulation slip catch, putting Phil Mustard down off Tanvir in the fifth over.
4:52pm - What a start for Hampshire with the ball; Sohail Tanvir sends down an excellent delivery that nips away to bowl in-form Durham opener Mark Stoneman.
I'm afraid it's raining again at Derby's County Ground; looks like ecb.co.uk's precise restart time will not be fulfilled.
4:46pm - Ryan ten Doeschate and Mark Pettini, both on 35, are rebuilding for Essex. The action is expected to get back under way at Derby in 14 minutes (don't say we are not precise!).
4:40pm - They are back out in Leicester and about to be at New Road; let's hope it lasts this time. Yorkshire have declared on 433 for nine versus Surrey, but continue to be frustrated by rain.
4:32pm - Dawson departs for an excellent 46-ball 69 in the final over as Hampshire post 224 for nine despite Rushworth's fine figures of 5-42.
Every LV= County Championship game is now being delayed by poor weather.
4:23pm - This is as stop-start a day as I can remember this season; they are off at Trent Bridge with Sussex 91 for one.
4:13pm - More rain! New Road is struck again soon after Glamorgan's Ben Wright reaches an impressive half-century.
Dawson is improving the Royals' chances at Emirates Durham ICG, though, having struck back-to-back sixes, the first of which moved him beyond 50.
4:09pm - Hampshire's hopes of posting a good total are further dented as Adam Wheater falls to Will Smith for just eight.
3:55pm - Andre Adams snares Wells caught behind for 39 of his team’s 69.
Sean Ervine and Liam Dawson share a fifty partnership from 39 balls but the former then slices Chris Rushworth to cover to go for 33.
Play resumes at Headingley.
3:50pm - Groenewald has Alex Barrow caught behind shortly before rain sends the players off with Somerset 166 for five and the seamer boasting figures of 10-4-16-2.
Mark Pettini and Ryan ten Doeschate construct a half-century alliance to steady Essex.
Rain intervenes at New Road but play is due to resume in five minutes at Headingley where 45 overs remain today.
3:35pm - James Hildreth is lbw to Tony Palladino for 36 as Somerset sip to 156 for five in reply to Derbyshire’s 266.
Glamorgan lose a third wicket as double-centurion Moeen Ali ousts Marcus North.
Play is about to resume at Grace Road.
@SussexCCC on Twitter: LV= CC - first "incident" of the match, Nash edges a ball from Shahzad, Mullaney claims the catch, umpires confer..not out is the decision.
3:29pm - Hampshire captain Jimmy Adams holes out to deep midwicket off Collingwood, leaving his side 112 for four in the 27th over.
3:23pm - Sussex openers Chris Nash and Luke Wells share a fifty partnership at Trent Bridge.
Play is interrupted by bad light at Grace Road with Essex 53 for four. Hoggard has stunning figures of 12-5-12-4.
@derbyshireccc on Twitter: WICKET! Kieswetter nicks a rising Palladino delivery through to the keeper to depart for 7; Somerset 135-4 in the 46th over (Hildreth 17*).
@Yorkshireccc on Twitter: Tea to be taken at 3.10pm
3pm - Bad light forces the players off at Headingley with Yorkshire 401 for eight. Rain then starts to fall.
Hoggard has a fourth victim when he hits Owais Shah’s off stump. Essex are 28 for four.
Alan Richardson traps Stewart Walters in front to leave Glamorgan two down.
In the YB40 game Paul Collingwood has Neil McKenzie lbw to leave Hampshire 70 for three in the 19th over.
2:47pm - The players are back on at New Road with two overs lost.
@derbyshireccc on Twitter: WICKET! Elgar drives Palladino into the hands of Madsen at cover for 26; Somerset 121-3 (Hildreth 14*) after 41.5 overs. Derbyshire 266.
2:40pm - Liam Plunkett reaches a fifty but later in the over is caught behind via a top edge off Jon Lewis, making Yorkshire 391 for eight.
2:35pm - Hoggard has a third wicket, Jaik Mickleburgh caught at gully, to make Essex 23 for three in reply to Leicestershire’s 302.
Rain intervenes at New Road where Glamorgan are 30 for one following on, 198 behind.
2:30pm - The match at Trent Bridge starts with Sussex batting after being put in.
@Yorkshireccc on Twitter: Keedy strikes! He's bowled Gale on the drive for 148 off 253 balls, including 15 fours. Well played! 385-7.
2:25pm - Play resumes at Grace Road.
2:15pm - Trescothick falls on 50, caught at slip off Tim Groenewald, leaving Somerset 101 for two.
Glamorgan lose an early scalp as they follow on, Will Bragg going to Chris Russell.
@hantscricket on Twitter: WICKET: Carberry is caught at leg gully for 20 off the bowling of Rushworth and Hampshire are now 36-2.
@TrentBridge on Twitter: Play to start at 2.30 #NottsvSussex
2:10pm - James Vince, having been dropped at slip earlier in his innings, departs when hitting Chris Rushworth to mid-off.
Inclement weather is proving a pain again at Grace Road, while Somerset's Trescothick has reached his half-century.
@EssexCricket on Twitter: WICKET Nick Browne out first ball. Hoggard again the bowler as the batsman departs lbw. 22 for 2
1:57pm - They are back under way at Leicester and Matthew Hoggard immediately breaks through by having Tom Westley caught behind.
@derbyshireccc on Twitter: Let off! Trescothick (48*) leading-edge falls safely; Somerset 88-1 after 30 overs (Elgar 64*). Derbyshire 266.
@TrentBridge on Twitter: There'll be a further inspection by the umpires at 2.10.
1:40pm - Rain is still causing problems at Grace Road and Trent Bridge, but action is under way everywhere else.
In the sole YB40 game, Durham Dynamos have won the toss and will field against Hampshire Royals.
1:13pm - Glamorgan are dismissed for 277 as Shantry ousts Hogan to herald lunch, after which the Welsh county will follow on.
The action is back under way at Headingley, with Vikram Solanki shelling centurion Andrew Gale in the slips.
12:59pm - A slightly early lunch has been taken at Derby, with Somerset 79 for one, and the covers are coming off at Headingley.
Glamorgan lose a ninth wicket, and now need 87 to avoid the follow-on, as Jack Shantry has Wallace caught behind for 43.
12:48pm - Mike Wallace and Michael Hogan, unbeaten on 40 and 23 respectively, are rebuilding for Glamorgan, while Somerset skipper Marcus Trescothick is edging towards a half-century.
There will be a 1pm inspection at Trent Bridge.
12:37pm - Early lunches have been taken at Headingley and Grace Road, with Yorkshire 304 for six and Essex 13 without loss.
@GlamCricket on Twitter: Owen lbw to Leach. glam 222/8
12:27pm - Play has been halted again at Grace Road, where they have been on and off for much of the day.
12:20pm - Derbyshire have made their first breakthrough of the morning, Tony Palladino grabbing the important scalp of England batsman Nick Compton.
Glamorgan's good morning has been dealt a severe blow, however, with Allenby trapped lbw by Joe Leach for 82 and Dean Cosker falling in the same manner to Alan Richardson.
12:07pm - Play has recommenced at Derby, while Glamorgan are rolling on confidently against Worcestershire with Allenby edging towards three figures.
11:48pm - Rain has now struck at Headingley, but they have restarted at New Road.
@leicsccc on Twitter: ALL OUT: Leics 302, Napier career-best 7-90
11:38pm - Yorkshire's good start to the morning is hampered by the loss of Andrew Hodd, who is ousted by Tim Linley for nine.
Leicestershire are now nine down, Thornely departing to Napier for 53, but have just moved to 300.
There is no news from Trent Bridge yet, with bad weather having delayed the toss.
11:31pm - Downpours have now interrupted proceedings at Derby, where Somerset moved on to 48 without loss.
11:23pm - A breakthrough comes at Grace Road as Graham Napier traps Ollie Freckingham lbw to complete a five-wicket haul. Leicestershire's Michael Thornely has reached a half-century, however.
Rain, meanwhile, has halted proceedings at New Road with Glamorgan 187 for five and Jim Allenby 69 not out.
11:14pm - The good news is that all of the games are back under way; batsmen are initially prospering with no wickets falling thus far.
10:54pm - There is a little rain around the country, but we're hoping games will resume on time. Notts versus Sussex will start at 12pm as they battled it out in a Yorkshire Bank 40 clash last night. Here are the scores for those games entering day two or three:
Somerset are 16 for none replying to Derbyshire’s 266 on the second day at the County Ground.
Yorkshire are 292 for five against Surrey on the second day at Headingley.
Glamorgan are 164 for five replying to Worcestershire’s 505 for seven declared on day three at New Road.
Leicestershire are 268 for seven against Essex on day two at Grace Road.
10:41pm - Hello and welcome to our live coverage of today's domestic action. Four LV= County Championship games will resume, with the Division One encounter between Nottinghamshire and Sussex beginning. In mid-afternoon, Durham will take on Hampshire in the Yorkshire Bank 40.