Shan Masood’s double-century has put Derbyshire in a dominant position against Sussex on the opening day of the second round of the County Championship.
Gloucestershire vs Yorkshire
Yorkshire won the toss and elected to field first.
Ben Charlesworth would be caught behind by Harry Duke off the bowling of Matt Fisher for 15 before James Bracey would be caught by Adam Lyth off the same bowler for 5. Captain Graeme van Buuren would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Steven Patterson for 21 before Miles Hammond would be caught by Haris Rauf off the bowling of Fisher for 20.
Ryan Higgins would be caught by Fisher off the bowling of Rauf for 6 before Tom Lace would be LBW to the same bowler the following ball for a golden duck. Zafar Gohar would be stumped by Duke off the bowling of Dom Bess without scoring before Matt Taylor would be caught by George Hill for 4. Opener Marcus Harris (pictured below) would be caught by Duke off the bowling of Patterson for 136 before Ajeet Dale would be the final man out, caught by Dawid Malan off the bowling of Fisher (who took 4/19) without scoring, with Josh Shaw 11 not out.
Yorkshire would make 37 from their 15 overs with Lyth and Hill finishing 24 and 3 not out respectively.Embed from Getty Images
Kent vs Lancashire
Lancashire won the toss and would bat first.
George Balderson would be caught behind by Ollie Robinson off the bowling of Nathan Gilchrist for 7 before Luke Wells would be dismissed by the same combination for 39. Josh Bohannon would be LBW to Adam Milnes for 19 before a 215-run partnership between Steven Croft and captain Dane Vilas would be ended with the latter caught by Ben Compton off the same bowler for 124 – Croft and wicketkeeper Phil Salt finishing 113 and 33 not out.
Somerset vs Essex
Essex won the toss and fielded first.
Ben Green would be caught behind by Adam Wheater off the bowling of Mark Steketee for 15 before Matt Renshaw would be bowled by Sam Cook for 7. James Hildreth would be caught by Wheater off the bowling of Steketee for 5 before Tom Abell would be caught by Dan Lawrence off the bowling of S. Cook for 11.
Lewis Goldsworthy would be caught by Alastair Cook off the bowling of S. Cook without scoring before Steven Davies would be caught by Wheater off the bowling of Shane Snater for 3. Lewis Gregory would be caught by A. Cook off the bowling of Simon Harmer for 4 before Craig Overton would be bowled by Steketee for 8. Opener Tom Lammonby would be caught by A. Cook off the bowling of Harmer for 48 before Peter Siddle would be the last man out, caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Harmer, for 3.
Nick Browne would be caught by Abell off the bowling of Overton for 25 before captain Tom Westley would be caught behind by Steven Davies off the same bowler for 13 with A. Cook and S. Cook resuming 59 and 3 not out respectively.
Surrey vs Hampshire
Hampshire won the toss and elected to field first.
Captain Rory Burns would be caught by Liam Dawson off the bowling of Ian Holland for 21 before Ryan Patel would be caught by Mohammad Abbas off the bowling of James Fuller for 58. Hashim Amla would be the last man out, caught behind by Ben Brown off the bowling of Holland, for 73 with England internationals Ollie Pope (113, pictured below) and Ben Foakes (32) the not out batsmen.Embed from Getty Images
Derbyshire vs Sussex
Derbyshire won the toss and batted first.
Captain Billy Godleman would be caught behind by Mohammad Rizwan off the bowling of Henry Crocombe for 12 with Brooke Guest caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Atkins for the same score – opener Shan Masood (pictured below) and Wayne Madsen putting on an unbeaten 236 for the third wicket partnership resuming on 201 and 88 respectively.Embed from Getty Images
Durham vs Leicestershire
Leicestershire won the toss and would field first.
Michael Jones would be LBW to Chris Wright for 5 before Keegan Petersen would be bowled by Davis for 3. Scott Borthwick would be caught by Colin Ackerman off the bowling of Ed Barnes for 2 before Sean Dickson and David Bedingham (pictured below) put on 231 for the fourth wicket partnership with the former LBW to Barnes for 120.
Ned Eckersley would be LBW to Davis for 12 before Liam Trevaskis would be the final wicket to fall, caught behind by Harry Swindells off the bowling of Barnes, for 2 with Bedingham and Ben Raine resuming on 184 and 12 not out respectively.Embed from Getty Images
Nottinghamshire vs Glamorgan
Glamorgan won the toss and elected to field first.
Ben Slater would be caught by Sam Northeast off the bowling of Michael Neser for 17 before Haseeb Hameed would be run out by James Weighell for 34. Joe Clarke would be bowled by Timm van der Gugten for 35 before Joe Evison would be LBW to the same bowler without scoring.
Steven Mullaney would be caught by Northeast off the bowling of Michael Hogan for 44 before Tom Moores would be caught behind by Chris Cooke off the bowling of Marnus Labuschagne for 4. Liam Patterson-White would be LBW to Hogan without scoring before Ben Duckett would be caught & bowled by Labuschagne for 122. Brett Hutton would be bowled by Neser for 8 before James Pattinson would be caught & bowled by the same bowler for 20 – Dane Paterson finishing 4 not out.
David Lloyd and Andrew Salter would be unbeaten at the close with 13 and 15 not out respectively.