Last Updated on 17 Sep 2021 1:27 pm (UK Time)
Monday’s County Championship action would see both James Anderson and Dom Bess both take 7 wickets for their teams, Dane Vilas and John Simpson both take 5 catches each and a century for a batsmen at Edgbaston and the Rose Bowl.
Nottinghamshire vs Derbyshire
Resuming on 91/5, the visitors would move the score onto 117 before Fynn Hudson-Prentice would be caught by Liam Patterson-White off the bowling of Dane Paterson with Leus du Plooy following soon after as he was caught behind by Ben Duckett off the bowling of Luke Fletcher for 30. Alex Thomson would be LBW to Paterson for 6 before Michael Cohen would be caught by Duckett off the bowling of Brett Hutton for 10.
Ben Aitchison would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Ben Slater off the bowling of Joey Evison for 15 with George Scrimshaw not out without scoring.
Slater would be the first wicket to fall as he was caught by Luis Reece off the bowling of Hudson-Prentice for 7 before Ben Compton would be caught by Thomson off the same bowler for a golden duck the following ball. Steven Mullaney would be caught by Aitchison off the bowling of Hudson-Prentice for 42 before Haseeb Hameed would be caught behind off the same bowler by Harvey Hosein for 57.
Lyndon James would be caught by Matt Critchley off the bowling of Cohen for 33 before Patterson-White would be caught by Aitchison later in the same over without scoring. Evison would be the final man dismissed as he was caught by Hosein off Aitchison’s bowling for 19 with Ben Duckett (69) and Hutton (14) not out when we resume.
Bonus points: NOT 1, DER 0
Warwickshire vs Durham
After rain washed out Day 1, the visitors would win the toss and elect to field first.
Dom Sibley would be caught behind by Ned Eckersley off the bowling of Matty Potts without scoring before Pieter Malan would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Brydon Carse for 31. Sam Hain would be caught by Cameron Bancroft off the bowling of Ben Stokes for 30 before opener Rob Yates would be dismissed LBW to Ben Raine for 102.
Will Rhodes would be caught by Michael Jones off the bowling of Chris Rushworth for 39 before Matthew Lamb would be caught by Raine off the bowling of Stokesfor 8. Michael Burgess would be the seventh wicket to fall as he was LBW to Rushworth without scoring before Danny Briggs was caught & bowled by Stokes for 11. Craig Miles (2) and Ryan Sidebottom (0) would be the last 2 wickets to fall as they were both caught by Eckersley off Raine’s bowling with Liam Norwell 0 not out.
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Jones was the only wicket to fall in the 7 overs that Durham had to face, bowled by Miles for 8, with Bancroft (7) and Potts (1) not out at stumps.
Bonus points: WAR 1, DUR 3
Gloucestershire vs Middlesex
This game started a day later than the others with Middlesex winning the toss and electing to field first.
George Scott would be bowled by Tim Murtagh for 5 before James Bracey would be caught behind by John Simpson off the bowling of Blake Cullen for 38. Miles Hammond would be caught by Steve Eskinazi off Ethan Bamber’s bowling for 75 before Tom Lace would be caught by Simpson off the same bowler for 31.
Glenn Phillips would be caught by Peter Handscomb off the bowling of Cullen for 13 before Jack Taylor would fall LBW to Daryl Mitchell for 5. Tom Price would be caught by Simpson off the bowling of Murtagh for 13 before brother Oliver would be bowled by Bamber for 31 on his first-class debut. Captain David Payne would be the ninth wicket to fall, caught by Simpson off the bowling of Mitchell, for 2 before Daniel Worrall was caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Cullen for 5 – Matt Taylor would be 14 not out.
Bonus points: GLO 1, MID 3
Hampshire vs Surrey
Resuming on 229/7, the score would be moved onto 348 before Felix Organ would be caught by Jamie Overton off the bowling of Will Jacks for 67 with Kyle Abbott caught behind by Jamie Smith off the bowling of Overton for 7. Colin de Grandhomme (174 not out) and Brad Wheal (45) would put on 114 for the final wicket before the latter was LBW to Amir Virdi.
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Mark Stoneman would be caught by Joe Weatherley off the bowling of Abbott for a golden duck before fellow opener would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Keith Barker for 1. Ryan Patel would be bowled by Barker for 11 before Smith would suffer the same fate a couple of balls later without scoring – Hashim Amla (24) and Jacks (1) the not out batsmen.
Bonus points: HAM 6, SUR 3
Somerset vs Leicestershire
Resuming on 242/7, the hosts would add 97 to their overnight score before Roelof van der Merwe would be caught by Will Davis off the bowling of Ed Barnes for 76 with Marchant de Lange the other man out, caught by Marcus Harris off the bowling of Callum Parkinson for 75 – Josh Davey (75) and Jack Brooks (0) not out when the declaration came.
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Lewis Hill would be the first wicket to fall as he was LBW to Craig Overton for 14 before fellow opener Rishi Patel would be caught by Overton off the bowling of Brooks for 21. Harris would be the final wicket to fall as he was caught behind by Steven Davies off the bowling of Davey for the same score – Colin Ackermann (22) and Josh Inglis (15) would be not out at stumps.
Bonus points: SOM 1, LEI 2
Lancashire vs Kent
After Day 1 was washed out, Kent won the toss and elected to bat first.
Zak Crawley would be caught by Rob Jones off the bowling of Anderson without scoring at the end of the opening over before Jordan Cox would follow in the bowler’s next over, caught by Luke Wells, for 1. Ollie Robinson would be caught behind by Dane Vilas in Anderson’s third over without scoring before Jack Leaning would follow, caught by Jones off the same bowler for 2.
Heino Kuhn would be the fifth wicket to fall, caught by Vilas for a duck (becoming Anderson’s 1000th first-class wicket) before Joe Denly would fall LBW to Danny Lamb for 12 – the visitors sitting at 19/6 at this point. Matt Milnes would be caught by Vilas for 1 off Anderson before Harry Podmore would fall to the same combination for 3. Darren Stevens would top-score with 19 before Alex Davies would catch him off Lamb’s bowling with James Logan the final man out, caught by Vilas off the same bowler, for 11 – Matt Quinn not out with 13.
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Davies would be the first man out for the hosts as he was caught by Cox off the bowling of Quinn for 47 before Keaton Jennings would be caught by Crawley off the same bowler for 14. Luke Wells would fall the following delivery, caught by Logan off the bowling of Milnes, for 3 before Dane Vilas was caught by Crawley off the bowling of Stevens for 8.
Josh Bohannon would be the final wicket to fall as he was bowled by Logan for 14 with Steven Croft and Jones finishing on 8 and 7 not out respectively.
Bonus points: LAN 3, KEN 1
Northamptonshire vs Yorkshire
Resuming on 61/2, the hosts would move onto 88 before Gareth Berg would be caught by Steven Patterson off the bowling of Dom Bess for 8 with Charlie Thurston caught behind by Harry Duke off the same bowler for 4. Opener Ricardo Vasconcelos would be dismissed by the same combination for 55 before Rob Keogh would be caught by Adam Lyth off Duanne Olivier’s bowling for 9.
Saif Zaib would fall LBW to Bess for 11 before Wayne Parnell would suffer the same fate without scoring. Ben Sanderson would be the final wicket to fall as he was caught by Lyth off the same bowler for 5 leaving Tom Taylor stranded on 42 not out (Luke Procter did not bat for the hosts).
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George Hill would be bowled by Simon Kerrigan for 13 before Sam Northeast would be stumped by Vasconcelos off the same bowler for 1. Adam Lyth would be caught by Vasconcelos off the bowling of Sanderson for 5 before Gary Ballance would be LBW to Kerrigan for 26.
Bess would be LBW to Parnell for 10 before Duke would be the final wicket to fall, bowled by Kerrigan, for 13 with Harry Brook (76) and Jordan Thompson (6) the not out batsmen.
Bonus points: NOR 3, YOR 3
Sussex vs Glamorgan
Resuming on 161/7, the hosts would add 2 to their overnight score before Jack Carson would be bowled by Michael Hogan without scoring with Stuart Meaker being caught out by Timm van der Gugten off the bowling of Andrew Salter for 23. Danial Ibrahim would be the final wicket to fall as he was stumped by Chris Cooke off the same bowler for 58 – Mitchell Claydon would finish 22 not out.
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Joe Cooke would be LBW to Meaker for 6 before Colin Ingram would be caught behind by Brown off the bowling of Claydon for 7. David Lloyd would be bowled by Meaker for 38 before Kiral Carlson would be caught by Aaron Thomason off the bowling of Claydon for 17.
Billy Root would be the fifth wicket to fall as he was LBW to van Zyl for 37 before Dan Douthwaite would be caught by Carter off the bowling of Will Beer for 17. Chris Cooke would be caught by Thomason off the bowling of Jack Carson for 29 before James Weighall would be bowled by Beer for 21. van der Gugten would be the final wicket to fall in the day’s play, caught Meaker off Carson’s bowling, for 1 with Salter (6) and Hogan (11) the not out batsmen.
Bonus points: SUS 4, GLA 4