Steven Mullaney’s 192 saw Nottinghamshire into a big lead on Day 3 in their County Championship Division 2 game at Sussex.
Essex vs Kent
Resuming on 122/1, the hosts added 35 to their overnight score before Tawanda Muyeye would be LBW to Matt Critchley for 58 with a 123-run partnership between Ben Compton (pictured below) and Jordan Cox ended by the former being bowled by Sam Cook for 129. Ollie Robinson would be LBW to Critchley for 12 before Darren Stevens would be the last man out on Saturday, caught by Sir Alastair Cook off the bowling of Dan Lawrence for 51 – Cox and Matt Milnes finishing 100 and 2 not out respectively.Embed from Getty Images
Hampshire vs Somerset
Resuming on 15/0, the visitors moved to 50 before Ben Green would be bowled by James Fuller for 20 before Tom Abell would be LBW to the same bowler for 4. Tom Lammonby would be caught by Ben Brown to give Fuller his third wicket for 32 before James Hildreth would be bowled by Kyle Abbott for 14.
Steven Davies would be caught by Liam Dawson off the bowling of Mohammad Abbas for 3 before Roelof van der Merwe would be bowled by the same bowler without scoring. Lewis Goldsworthy would be caught by Vince off the bowling of Keith Barker for 19 before Peter Siddle would be caught by Dawson off the bowling of Abbas for 2. Ned Leonard would be caught by Barker off the bowling of Dawson for 8 before Marchant de Lange would be the final man out, bowled by Abbas for the same score.
Points: HAM 23, SOM 1
Northamptonshire vs Gloucestershire
Resuming on 5/1, the visitors added 6 to their overnight score before James Bracey would be caught by Ben Curran off the bowling of Gareth Berg for 8 with Graeme van Buuren LBW to the same bowler for 5. Miles Hammond would be caught by Curran off the bowling of Ben Sanderson for 1 – the score on 21/4 at this stage – before Chris Dent would be LBW to Berg for 54.
A 165-run partnership between Ryan Higgins (pictured below) and Tom Lace would be ended with the latter the final wicket of the day, caught & bowled by Emilio Gay for 73 with Higgins (134) and Zafar Gohar (36) the not out batsmen.Embed from Getty Images
Warwickshire vs Surrey
Resuming on 16/2, the hosts would lose Danny Briggs who would be caught behind by Ben Foakes off the bowling of Kemar Roach without scoring with opener Rob Yates LBW to the same bowler for 32. A 157-run fifth-wicket partnership between Sam Hain and Matthew Lamb (pictured below) was ended with the latter caught by Will Jacks off the bowling of Reece Topley for 106 before Hain would be bowled by Jordan Clark for 78.
Dan Mousley would be the final man out, caught by Ollie Pope off the same bowler for 43 with Michael Burgess and Craig Miles would finish 12 and 11 not out respectively.Embed from Getty Images
Glamorgan vs Durham
Resuming on 5/0, the visitors would add 32 to their overnight score before Michael Jones would be bowled by Timm van der Gugten for 9 with Sean Dickson caught behind by Chris Cooke off the same bowler for 23. Alex Lees (163 not out, pictured below) would share century partnerships with Scott Borthwick (64, caught by Sam Northeast off the bowling of Andrew Salter) and David Bedingham (74 not out)
GLA 234 (72.5 overs), DUR 348/3 (105 overs)
Leicestershire vs Worcestershire
Resuming on 42/3, the hosts would add 9 to their overnight score before Colin Ackermann would be LBW to Joe Leach for 12 with Harry Swindells bowled by Ed Barnard for 16. Ben Mike would be caught by Azhar Ali off the same bowler for 4 before Lewis Hill would be bowled by Dillon Pennington for 93.
Callum Parkinson would be LBW to Charlie Morris for 7 before Ed Barnes would be LBW to Leach for 23. Chris Wright would be the final man out, caught by Morris off the bowling of Josh Baker for 32 with Beuran Hendricks finishing 16 not out.
Ed Pollock (pictured below) and Jake Libby would put on 163 for the opening partnership before the latter would be bowled by Mike for 75 with Ali following soon after as he was LBW to Parkinson for 1. Pollock would be caught by Rhodes off the bowling of Mike for 112 before Jack Haynes (caught by Ackermann for 29) and Barnard (bowled, first ball) would be dismissed off consecutive balls – captain Brett D’Oliveira and Ben Cox resuming 7 and 0 not out this morning.Embed from Getty Images
WOR 348 (93.3 overs) & 234/5 (42.5 overs), LEI 213 (70 overs)
Middlesex vs Derbyshire
Resuming on 177/4, the visitors would move to 200 before Luis Reece would be LBW to Ethan Bamber for 20 before Leus du Plooy would be caught by White off the bowling of captain Tim Murtagh for 28. Anuj Dal would be LBW to Tom Helm for 52 before Sam Conners would fall the same way for a golden duck the following ball.
Alex Thomson would be caught behind by John Simpson off the bowling of Toby Roland-Jones for 45 before Ryan Sidebottom would be the final man out, caught by Davies off the same bowler without scoring – the final 4 wickets all falling in 9 balls with the score on 304.
Joshua de Caires would be bowled by Conners off the fourth ball of the innings without scoring before Stephen Eskinazi would be LBW off Dal’s bowling for 15. Mark Stoneman would be caught by Conners off the bowling of Thomson for 34 with Robbie White (79) and Max Holden (68) putting on an unbeaten 141 runs for the fourth wicket partnership.
MID 401 (125 overs) & 201/3 (44 overs), DER 304 (116.4 overs)
Sussex vs Nottinghamshire
Resuming on 214/5, the hosts would add 42 to their overnight score before Tom Moores would be caught by Tom Alsop off the bowling of Delroy Rawlins for 43 before Liam Patterson-White would be LBW to Clark for 44. Steven Mullaney (pictured below) and Joey Evison would put on 144 for the eighth wicket partnership before the former would be caught by Henry Crocombe off the bowling of Jamie Atkins for 192 with Brett Hutton the final man out, caught Archie Lenham off the bowling of Rawlins, for 18 – Evison and Luke Fletcher finishing 109 and 3 not out respectively as Notts would declare.
Sussex would lose Tom Haines before the close, caught by Patterson-White off the bowling of Lyndon James, for 14 with Ali Orr (14) and Atkins (1) resuming this morning.
SUS 375 (127.1 overs) & 29/1 (15 overs), NOT 534/9 dec (143 overs)