Winning some major silverware really is a treat: the open top bus tour, the local bragging rights, the celebrations in the streets. But, some teams have had to wait longer than others to taste glory again.
Sussex produced a run of wickets either side of tea to take control of the match at Northamptonshire. The home side were cursing at 143 for 1 replying to 422 but slipped to 186 for 5 before closing the second day 242 for 6.
Brighton and Hove Albion chairman Tony Bloom has revealed his hopes for Brighton's academy players to break into the first team, but insists new manager Potter will only play them if they are 'at the required level'.