So after battling it out all season who has gone up and who has gone down? Well as far as I can see no-one!
It's as you were for 2014, unless the ECB changes the league structure next year, which I would like them to do, but more on that later this week. For now here's what happened in the play-off games :-
Division One Champions - Sussex (1st) beat Yorkshire (2nd) by 95 runs in the play-off
Division One Relegation - Surrey (8th) beat Essex (7th) by 5 wickets in the relegation play-off to remain in Div One. Essex had to play Div Two promotion play-off winners (Somerset) - [see *]
Division Two Promotion - Somerset (2nd) beat Lancashire (1st) by 13 runs which means Lancashire remain in Division Two. Somerset had to play Div One play-off losers (Essex) - [see *]
* Division One/Two Promotion/Relegation - Essex v Somerset - abandoned no play - Essex remain in Div One and Somerset remain in Div Two.
Division Two Relegation - Devon (7th) beat Durham (8th) by 108 runs in the relegation play-off to remain in Div Two. Durham had to play Div Three promotion play-off winners (Netherlands) [see **]
Division Three Promotion - Netherlands (1st) beat Northants (2nd) by 70 runs which means Northants remain in Div Three. Netherlands had to play Div Two play-off losers (Durham) - [see **]
** Division Two/Three Promotion/Relegation - Durham beat Netherlands by 2 wickets which means Durham remain in Div Two and Netherlands remain in Div Three.
Division Three Relegation - Hampshire (7th) beat Oxfordshire (8th) by 5 wickets to remain in Div Three. Oxfordshire had to play Div Four (N&E v S&W) play-off winners (Suffolk) - [see ***]
Division Four Promotion - Suffolk (N&E Div 4 winners) beat Cornwall (S & W Div 4 winners) by 2 runs which means Cornwall remain in Div Four (S&W). Suffolk had to play Div Three play-off losers (Oxfordshire) - [see ***]
***Division Three/Four Promotion/Relegation - Oxfordshire beat Suffolk by 129 runs which means Oxfordshire remain in Div Three and Suffolk remain in Div Four (N&E)