Last Updated on 18 Apr 2022 12:48 pm (UK Time)
Cheteshwar Pujara and Tom Haines both scored double centuries as Sussex would hold on for an unlikely draw at Derbyshire on the final day of the County Championship.
Gloucestershire vs Yorkshire
Resuming on 253/6, the hosts added 62 to their overnight score before Zafar Gohar would be caught by Adam Lyth off the bowling of Haris Rauf for 40 with Matt Taylor LBW to Steven Patterson for 1. Josh Shaw would be caught behind by Harry Duke off the bowling of Rauf for 11 before James Bracey (pictured below) would be the final wicket to fall, caught by George Hill off the bowling of Patterson, for 177 – Ajeet Dale finishing 1 not out.
Requiring 211 to win, Yorkshire would lose Lyth as he was caught by Gohar off the bowling of Taylor for 4 before James Wharton would be bowled by Dale for 11. Hill would be caught by Graeme van Buuren off the same bowler for 36 before Dawid Malan would be caught by Ryan Higgins off the bowling of Gohar for a run-a-ball 65 with Harry Brook and Duke finishing 56 and 17 not out.Embed from Getty Images Embed
Points: GLO 3, YOR 22
Kent vs Lancashire
Resuming on 81/6, the hosts would add 1 to their overnight score before Matt Milnes would be LBW to Matt Parkinson for 8 with Ben Compton (pictured below) and Hamidullah Qadri adding 139 for the eighth wicket partnership before the latter would be bowled by Hasan Ali for 77. Nathan Gilchrist would also be bowled by Ali without scoring before Compton would be the final man out, LBW to George Balderson, for 115 with Jackson Bird finishing 17 not out.
Requiring 34 to win, Balderson and Luke Wells would knock it off easily finishing 23 and 13 not out respectively.
Points: KEN 3, LAN 24
Derbyshire vs Sussex
Resuming on 278/2, the visitors would move onto 496 before Tom Haines would be caught by Anuj Dal off the bowling of Nick Potts for 243 with Cheteshwar Pujara (pictured below) and Tom Clark finishing 201 and 6 not out respectively.Embed from Getty Images
Points: DER 15, SUS 8
Durham vs Leicestershire
Resuming on 239/2, the hosts would declare before a ball was bowled, leaving Leicestershire needing 395 to win.
Hassan Azad would be bowled by Liam Trevaskis for 25 before George Rhodes would be the other wicket to fall, caught behind by Ned Eckersley off the bowling of Oliver Gibson, for 23 as Sam Evans and Colin Ackermann would finish 77 and 40 not out respectively.
Points: DUR 15, LEI 8
Nottinghamshire vs Glamorgan
Resuming on 224/8, the hosts would add 10 to their overnight score before Brett Hutton would be bowled by Michael Hogan for 17 before Joey Evison would be caught behind by Chris Cooke off the bowling of James Weighell for 37 – Dane Peterson would finish 2 not out.
Requiring a target of 166, Glamorgan would lose Andrew Salter LBW to Liam Patterson-White for 16 before David Lloyd would be bowled by Paterson for 23. Sam Northeast would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Paterson off the bowling of James Pattinson, for 23 with Marnus Labuschagne (50) and Kiran Carlson (47 off 48 balls) the not out batsmen.
Points: NOT 6, GLA 23
Fixtures – all start on Thursday at 11 am
Durham vs Nottinghamshire (Division 2)
Glamorgan vs Middlesex (Division 2)
Kent vs Hampshire (Division 1)
Lancashire vs Gloucestershire (Division 1)
Leicestershire vs Derbyshire (Division 2)
Northamptonshire vs Yorkshire (Division 1)
Surrey vs Somerset (Division 1)
Warwickshire vs Essex (Division 1)
Worcestershire vs Sussex (Division 2)