Fletcher Scored 50 Before Taking 4 Wickets For Notts

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Luke Fletcher would score 50 before taking 4 wickets for Nottinghamshire on Day 2 in their game against Somerset during this week’s County Championship fixtures.

Hampshire vs Yorkshire (Division 1)

Resuming on 197/6, the visitors would lose Jordan Thompson (pictured below) to the second ball of the day as he was bowled by Brad Wheal for 15 before Dom Bess would be bowled by Keith Barker for 54. Matthew Fisher would be LBW to Mason Crane for 17 before Ben Coad would suffer the same fate the following ball for a golden duck.

Ian Holland would fall for a golden duck, LBW to Coad, before Joe Weatherley would be caught behind by Harry Duke off the bowling of Fisher for 1. Nick Gubbins would be caught by Harry Brook off the bowling of Coad for 15 before James Vince would be caught by George Hill off the bowling of Fisher for 49.

Tom Alsop would be bowled by Bess for 12 before Liam Dawson would be LBW to Thompson for 11. Barker would be caught by Tom Kohler-Cadmore off the same bowler for 2 before Lewis McManus would be caught by Duke off the bowling of Bess for 7. Crane would be caught by Adam Lyth off the bowling of Thompson for 4 before Wheal would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Duke off the bowling of Coad for 12.

Lyth would be the only wicket to fall in Yorkshire’s second innings, caught behind by McManus off Wheal’s bowling for 7 with Hill and Kohler-Cadmore resuming 10 and 16 respectively.

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YOR 243 (106.1 overs) & 34/1 (12 overs), HAM 163 (62.3 overs)

Bonus points: HAM, YOR

Lancashire vs Warwickshire (Division 1)

Resuming on 259/3, the visitors added 9 before Sam Hain would be LBW to Tom Bailey for 118 with Will Rhodes bowled by Saqib Mahmood for 10. Michael Burgess would be caught by Luke Wells off the bowling of Parkinson for 26 before Danny Briggs would fall to the same combination for 11.

Matthew Lamb would be bowled by Parkinson for 36 before Craig Miles would be LBW to Mahmood for 11. Chemar Holder would be the final wicket to fall, also LBW to Mahmood, for 6 with Liam Norwell 1 not out.

George Balderson would be the only wicket to fall for the hosts, LBW to Norwell, without scoring with Wells and Josh Bohannon (pictured below) resuming Day 3 on 35 and 59 not out respectively.

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WAR 371 (139.1 overs), LAN 100/1 (44 overs)

Bonus points: LAN 1, WAR 2

Somerset vs Nottinghamshire (Division 1)

Resuming on 282/6, the visitors would add 50 to their overnight score before Tom Moores would be caught behind by Steven Davies off the bowling of Tom Lammonby for 46 with Liam Patterson-White falling LBW to Jack Leach for 101. Brett Hutton would be caught by Josh Davey off the bowling of Tom Abell for 31 before Luke Fletcher (pictured below) would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Lammonby off the bowling of Roelof van der Merwe, for 51 with Dane Paterson finishing 3 not out.

Davies would be LBW to Fletcher for 1 before Lammonby would be caught behind by Moores off the same bowler for 10. Abell would be dismissed by the Moores & Fletcher combination for 35 before Lewis Goldsworthy would also fall to Moores off Fletcher for 5.

James Hildreth would be LBW to Paterson for 12 before van der Merwe would be LBW to Hutton for 2. Tom Banton would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Moores off the bowling of Paterson, for 6 with Leach and Davey sitting 6 and 0 not out respectively at the close.

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NOT 448 (142.1 overs), SOM 87/7 (30.1 overs)

Bonus points: SOM 2, NOT 6

Glamorgan vs Essex (Division 2)

Resuming on 92/2, the visitors would add 8 to their overnight score before Dan Lawrence would be caught by Timm van der Gugten off the bowling of Andrew Salter for 34 before a 108-run fourth-wicket stand between Nick Browne and Michael Pepper was ended with the opener caught by Dan Douthwaite off the bowling of Steven Reingold for 102. Josh Rymell would be LBW to the same bowler without scoring before Peeper would be caught & bowled by Reingold for 63.

Simon Harmer would be caught behind by Chris Cooke off the same bowler for 2 before Adam Wheater would be bowled by Lukas Carey for 36. Sam Cook would be LBW to the same bowler without scoring before Shane Snater (pictured below) would be the final wicket to fall, caught by van der Gugten off Salter’s bowling for 48.

Hamish Rutherford would be dismissed off the second ball of the innings, LBW to Jamie Porter, without scoring before David Lloyd would be LBW to S. Cook for the same score. Reingold would be run out by Snater for 4 before Billy Root would be LBW to Porter for the same score.

Kiran Carlson would be bowled by Cook for 8 before Douthwaite would be LBW to Snater for 1 – the innings sitting at 29/6 at this point with Cooke and Salter scoring 39 and 11 not out.

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GLA 134 (44.5 overs) & 71/6 (27 overs), ESS 320 (101.2 overs)

Bonus points: GLA 3, ESS 6

Gloucestershire vs Northamptonshire (Division 2)

Resuming on 232/5, the hosts would move to 271 before Harry Gouldstone would be bowled by Ryan Higgins for 43 with Adam Rossington falling 6 short of a century as he was bowled by Tom Price (pictured below). Simon Kerrigan would be caught by Jared Warner off the bowling of Higgins for 7 before Ben Sanderson would be LBW to Price for 2. Tom Taylor would be the final wicket to fall, caught behind by James Bracey off the bowling of Warner for 24 with Jack White finishing 15 not out.

Ben Charlesworth would be caught by Taylor off the bowling of Sanderson off the fourth ball of the innings without scoring before Bracey would be caught by Emilio Gay off the same bowler for 7. Miles Hammond would fall to the same combination for 10 before Tom Lace would be caught by Ricardo Vasconcelos off the bowling of Luke Procter for 12.

Chris Dent would be bowled by the same bowler for 21 before Higgins would be the final wicket to fall on Day 2, caught behind off Procter’s bowling, for 8 – Graeme van Buuren (19) and Zafar Gohar (3) not out at stumps.

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NOR 327 (98.3 overs), GLO 90/6 (38 overs)

Bonus points: NOR 5, GLO 3

Leicestershire vs Kent (Division 3)

Resuming on 66/5, the hosts would add 4 to their overnight score before Louis Kimber would be LBW to Matt Milnes for 13 with Ben Mike falling the same way for 17. Callum Parkinson (pictured below) would be LBW to James Logan for 2 before Chris Wright would be caught by Zak Crawley off the same bowler for 7. Will Davis would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Jack Leaning off the bowling of Grant Stewart without scoring with Ed Barnes finishing 22 not out.

Crawley would be bowled by Parkinson for 26 before Joe Denly would fall LBW to Mike for 20. Jordan Cox would be caught by Colin Ackermann off the bowling of Parkinson for 38 before Sam Billings would be caught behind by Harry Swindells off the bowling of Barnes for 19.

Ollie Robinson would be bowled by the same bowler for 5 before Leaning would be dismissed by the Ackermann/Parkinson combination for 34. Stewart would be bowled by Barnes for 1 before Milnes would be LBW to Parkinson for 5. Nathan Gilchrist was the final wicket to fall, bowled by the same bowler without scoring becoming Parkinson’s fifth wicket of the innings and 9th victim in the match.

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KEN 232 (70 overs) & 210/9 (53 overs), LEI 109 (44.1 overs)

Bonus points: LEI 4, KEN 3

Middlesex vs Derbyshire (Division 3)

Resuming on 218/5, the hosts would move the score to 236 before John Simpson would be caught by Ben Aitchison off the bowling of Anuj Dal for 36 with Toby Roland-Jones would be caught & bowled by the same bowler for 6. Ethan Bamber would be caught by Tom Wood off the bowling of Matt Critchley for 7 before Robbie White would be caught by Critchley off the bowling of Sam Conners for 120. Tim Murtagh would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Critchley off the bowling of Aitchison for 5 with Thilan Walallawita finishing 20 not out.

Billy Godleman would be caught by White off the bowling of Bamber without scoring before Wood would be bowled by the same bowler for 1. Luis Reece would be caught by White off the bowling of Murtagh for 24 before Critchley would be LBW to the same bowler for 5.

Alex Hughes would be caught by Max Holden off the bowling of Murtagh for the same score before Brooke Guest would be the third man in a row to be dismissed for 5. caught behind by Simpson off the bowling of Martin Andersson. Leus du Plooy was caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Murtagh before Dal would be bowled by Bamber for 48. Alex Thomson would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Simpson off the same bowler, for 16 with Conners and Aitchison 2 and 4 not out respectively.

MID 282 (88.2 overs), DER 201/9 (61 overs)

Bonus points: MID 1, DER 1

Worcestershire vs Sussex (Division 3)

Resuming on 254/9, the visitors would add 10 to their overnight score before Jack Carson would be bowled by Joe Leach for 87.

Jake Libby would be bowled by Fynn Hudson-Prentice for 28 before Daryl Mitchell would be caught behind by Oliver Carter off the bowling of Danial Ibrahim for 16. Tom Fell would be caught by Ward off the bowling of Carson for 11 before Jack Hayns would be bowled by Ibrahim for 47.

Ed Barnard would be caught by Carson off the bowling of Joseph Sarro for 18 before Ben Cox would be caught by Carter off the bowling of Crocombe without scoring. Brett D’Oliviera would be the final wicket to fall, caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Sarro for 38 with Leach and Josh Baker finishing 9 and 0 not out respectively.

SUS 264 (82.4 overs), WOR 186/7 (54.3 overs)

Bonus points: WOR 3, SUS 4

Tables Going Into This Round

PlayedWonLostTiedDrawnBonus PointsDeductedPoints
Warwickshire21
Somerset18.5
Lancashire16.5
Hampshire8.5
Nottinghamshire5
Yorkshire4.5
Division 1 Table – As of 28th August 2021
PlayedWonLostTiedDrawnBonus PointsDeductedPoints
Essex19
Northamptonshire16
Surrey13
Gloucestershire12
Glamorgan11.5
Durham4
Division 2 Table – As of 28th August 2021
PlayedWonLostTiedDrawnBonus PointsDeductedPoints
Worcestershire18.5
Middlesex13
Sussex12
Leicestershire11.5
Kent11
Derbyshire9.5
Division 3 Table – As of 28th August 2021
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