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1st May 2016
A lightning stumping, a stunner from Ben Stokes and Leicester, the sporting capital of the world. Here's what we learnt on day one.
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1st May 2016
Yorkshire seamer Jack Brooks and Nottinghamshire opener Steven Mullaney diverted the spotlight from a field of 13 England players on day one at Trent Bridge.
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1st May 2016
Half-centuries from Arun Harinath, Steven Davies and Jason Roy put Surrey in a strong position on 371 for seven against Durham after the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship clash at the Kia Oval.
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1st May 2016
Michael Carberry scored his first Specsavers County Championship century since September 2014 – but was overshadowed by a freak head injury to Middlesex captain Adam Voges as Hampshire were 315 for seven at stumps.
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1st May 2016
Alviro Petersen marked his return to Taunton with top score of 83 as Lancashire ran up 295 for four on the opening day of the Specsavers County Championship with Somerset.
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1st May 2016
Leicestershire enjoyed a dream first day against Sussex in their Specsavers County Championship Division Two game at Hove, dismissing their hosts for 163 before making a confident reply which took them to 140 for two at stumps.
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1st May 2016
Alastair Cook and Tom Westley continued their prolific form as Specsavers County Championship Division Two leaders Essex enjoyed another successful day despite being held up by the weather against Worcestershire at New Road.
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1st May 2016
Shiv Thakor and Tony Palladino shared a century stand for the eighth wicket as Derbyshire recovered from 161 for seven to post 275 for eight on the first day at Northamptonshire.
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1st May 2016
Openers Daniel Bell-Drummond and Tom Latham underlined their quality in Canterbury as Kent bossed the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship Division Two clash against Glamorgan.
Andy Wilson
1st May 2016
Written off as no-hopers before the start of the season, the Foxes stunned their wealthier and more-fancied opponents to be crowned champions. Sound familiar? Well Leicester’s cricket team – representing the county, as opposed to the City – did so twice in the space of three summers two decades ago.