Surrey secured back-to-back LV= Insurance County Championship titles in the final week of the season.
They went into the last round with a 20-point lead over Essex, needing to beat their nearest rivals outright on points. Both teams claimed maximum bowling points while Surrey failed to secure any batting points, which meant that Essex had to get four batting points to keep the title alive.
But they were dismissed without gaining any more bonus points which handed Surrey the title.
Middlesex lost their place in Division One in the final moments of the final day, a two-wicket defeat at Nottinghamshire sealing their fate after Kent had secured a draw at home to Lancashire.
Northamptonshire were relegated during the penultimate week of the season.
In 2024, Durham will be playing in Division One for the first time in eight years, after securing promotion in the antepenultimate week of the season. They secured the Division Two title to boot by bowling out Worcestershire to guarantee the New Road side could not catch them.
Worcestershire entered the final week of the season with a 22-point lead over Leicestershire.
Just two points were required to guarantee promotion as they would finish above Leicestershire on most wins if they tied on total points, and secured their return to Division Two six years to the day since last managing it, Josh Baker hitting the runs to confirm promotion.