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17th September 2013
Yorkshire recovered from a disastrous start against Middlesex at Headingley that threatened to undermine their slim LV= County Championship title hopes. News
16th September 2013
Durham will win LV= County Championship Division One in this week’s penultimate round of games with victory over Nottinghamshire by 21 points, or less if Yorkshire drop points versus Middlesex. News
14th September 2013
Yorkshire's hopes of closing the gap on LV= County Championship Division One leaders Durham were frustrated by rain at the County Ground. News
13th September 2013
Sussex left-arm spinner Ashar Zaidi checked title-chasing Yorkshire's progress with four wickets on a rain-affected third day. News
12th September 2013
Three wickets in the final session checked Yorkshire's progress as they tried to close the gap on leaders Durham at the top of LV= County Championship Division One. News
11th September 2013
Second-placed Yorkshire trimmed the gap between themselves and leaders Durham by claiming three bowling points on the first day against Sussex in the LV= County Championship at Hove. News
10th September 2013
Derbyshire and Durham will each be hoping to continue their surge towards very different targets when they meet at Derby in the pick of this week’s LV= County Championship fixtures. News
31st August 2013
A thrilling LV= County Championship Division One match with many a twist and turn ended with closest challengers Durham beating table-toppers Yorkshire by seven wickets at Scarborough. News
30th August 2013
An unbeaten 257 stand between Phil Jaques and Kane Williamson gave Yorkshire a fighting chance of salvaging something from their top-of-the-table LV= County Championship clash with Durham at Scarborough. News
29th August 2013
Kane Williamson led LV= County Championship leaders Yorkshire in their bid to stop closest rivals Durham from taking full control on the second day of the title battle at Scarborough.