Vasconcelos's knock helped Northamptonshire close in on Durham's total
Durham vs Northamptonshire, Chester-le-Street
Ricardo Vasconcelos's unbeaten 94 helped Northamptonshire reach 226 for 6 in response to Durham's 253 on the second day before bad light stopped play. After losing two quick wickets, Vasconcelos and Temba Bavuma scored 99 for the third wicket to get the innings going. There was another wobble as Northamptonshire slipped to 174 for 6 from 153 for 2 with Chris Rushworth and Brydon Carse picking up three each.
Earlier in the day, Durham folded after adding 44 to their overnight total. Ben Raine made 82 while Carse scored 77 with Ben Sanderson picking up four.
Brief scores: Durham 253 (Ben Raine 82, Brydon Carse 77; Ben Sanderson 4-55) lead Northamptonshire 226/6 (Ricardo Vasconcelos 94*) by 27 runs.
Glamorgan vs Derbyshire, Swansea
Bad light allowed only 47.3 overs where Glamorgan reached 167 for 5 after their batsmen failed to convert their starts. Put in, Nicholas Selman fell on the fourth ball of the day before Charlie Hemphrey and Marnus Labuschagne raised a half-century stand. Tony Palladino and Luis Reece bagged two each to keep Glamorgan in check.
Brief scores: Glamorgan 167/5 (Marnus Labuschagne 37; Luis Reece 2-18) vs Derbyshire.
Sussex vs Gloucestershire, Arundel
Will Beer made unbeaten 76 while Stiaan van Zyl also scored a handy 54 to lift Sussex 249 for 5. From 44 for 2, the duo lifted the side to 154 before the latter was dismissed by David Payne. Laurie Evans and Ben Brown too got starts but fell to Graeme van Buuren and Matt Taylor but Beer stayed uneaten to keep the side moving.
Brief scores: Sussex 257/5 (Will Beer 76*) vs Gloucestershire.
Worcestershire vs Lancashire, Worcester
No play was possible on the second day because of rain after Worcestershire folded for 98 on the opening day.
Brief scores: Worcestershire 98 (Ed Barnard 32; James Anderson 4-24, Graham Onions 4-55) vs Lancashire
Leicestershire vs Middlesex, Leicester
There was no play on the second day as well with no toss as well.