Shane Snater’s six wickets see Essex needing 84 runs to win in their second innings after Day 2 in the latest County Championship round.
Gloucestershire vs Yorkshire
Resuming on 37/0, the visitors added 4 to their overnight score before George Hill would be caught behind by James Bracey off the bowling of Dale for 3 with James Wharton bowled by Ryan Higgins for 4. Adam Lyth would be caught by Miles Hammond off the bowling of Ben Charlesworth for 52 before Dawid Malan would be bowled by Dale for 39.
Harry Duke would be caught by Bracey off the bowling of Zafar Gohar for 34 before Dom Bess would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Shaw for 36. Harry Brook (pictured below) would be bowled by the same bowler for 101 before Matt Fisher would be the final man out, caught by Bracey off the bowling of Graeme van Buuren for 2 – Jordan Thompson resuming 31 not out.
Kent vs Lancashire
Resuming on 344/4, the visitors would move to 439 before Steven Croft (pictured below) would be caught behind by Ollie Robinson off the bowling of Hamidullah Qadri for 155 with Phil Salt caught by Daniel Bell-Drummond off the same bowler for 97. Luke Wood would be caught by Darren Stevens to give Qadri his third wicket of the day before Tom Bailey would be caught by Cox off the same bowler without scoring.
Hasan Ali would be caught by Zak Crawley the following ball for a golden duck with Danny Lamb the final wicket to fall, bowled by Qadri, for 16 – Matt Parkinson finishing 15 not out.
Crawley would be bowled by Parkinson for 54 before Bell-Drummond would be dismissed the same way for 2. Tawanda Muyeye would be the final wicket to fall, LBW to Parkinson, for 8 with Ben Compton and Qadri resuming 60 and 2 not out respectively.
Somerset vs Essex
Resuming on 109/2, the visitors lost Sir Alastair Cook to the opening ball of the morning, caught by James Hildreth off the bowling of Peter Siddle, for 59 before Sam Cook would be bowled by Craig Overton for 3. Dan Lawrence would be LBW to Siddle for 17 before Matt Critchley would be caught by Matt Renshaw off the bowling of Overton for 7.
Adam Rossington would be LBW to the same bowler for 6 before Adam Wheater would be caught behind by Steven Davies off the bowling of Overton for 4. Shane Snater (pictured below) would be caught by Hildreth off the same bowler for 8 before Mark Steketee would be the final man out, LBW to Lewis Gregory, for 2 – Simon Harmer finishing 25 not out.
Tom Lammonby would be caught by A. Cook off the bowling of S. Cook for 2 before Ben Green would be LBW to Snater for 2. Hildreth would be bowled by the same bowler for 6 before Tom Abell would be caught behind by Wheater off the bowling of Steketee for 12.
Goldsworthy would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Snater for 7 before Renshaw would be LBW to S. Cook for 45. Gregory would be caught by S. Cook off the bowling of Snater for 9 before Overton would be bowled by the same bowler for 2. Davies would be bowled by Steketee for 51 before Jack Leach would be the final man out, bowled by Snater, for 7 with Peter Siddle finishing 0 not out.
Requiring 84 to win, Essex would lose Nick Browne as he would be caught by Green off the bowling of Overton for 1 with A. Cook and S. Cook resuming 2 and 0 not out respectively.Embed from Getty Images
Surrey vs Hampshire
Resuming on 312/3, the hosts added 28 to their overnight score before Ben Foakes would be bowled by Kyle Abbott for 45 with Ollie Pope (pictured below) caught by Liam Dawson off the bowling of Keith Barker for 127. Jamie Smith would be LBW to the same bowler for 14 before Jordan Clark would be bowled by Abbott for 14.
Jamie Overton would be LBW to the same bowler for 5 before Kemar Roach would be LBW to Barker for 3 with Will Jacks the last man out, dismissed the same way by Barker, for 72 – James Taylor finishing 0 not out.
Joe Weatherley would be bowled by Clark for 5 before Nick Gubbins would be caught behind by Faokes off the bowling of Overton for 21. James Vince would be bowled by Roach for 1 before Liam Dawson would be bowled by Overton for 3.
Ian Holland would be LBW to Clark for 23 before Ben Brown would be bowled by Jacks for 49. Felix Organ would be the last man to be dismissed, caught by Smith off the same bowler, for 12 with Barker and Fuller resuming 21 and 8 not out.Embed from Getty Images
Derbyshire vs Sussex
Resuming on 327/2, the hosts moved to 383 before Wayne Madsen would be bowled by Tom Haines for 111 with Leus du Plooy caught by Haines off the bowling of James Coles for 6. Luis Reece would be caught behind by Mohammad Rizwan off the bowling of Atkins for 7 before opener Shan Masood would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Coles for 239.
Alex Thomson would be bowled by Henry Crocombe for 52 off 49 balls before Nick Potts would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Coles off the same bowler for 9 – Anuj Dal finishing 38 not out from 28 balls as Derbyshire would declare.
Haines would be LBW to Potts for 41 before Tom Alsop would be caught behind by Brooke Guest off the bowling of Sean Conners for 7. Ali Orr would be LBW to the same bowler for 17 before Cheteshwar Pujara would be caught by Guest off the bowling of Dal for 6.
Rizwan would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Conners for 22 before Tom Clark would be caught by Madsen off the bowling of Thomson for 13. Coles would be LBW to Potts for 10 before Steven Finn would be caught by Madsen off the bowling of Dal for 1. Oliver Carter would be caught by Guest off the bowling of Potts for 21 before Henry Crocombe would be the final wicket to fall, LBW to du Plooy, for 8 – Jamie Atkins finishing 8 not out.
Durham vs Leicestershire
Resuming on 356/6, the hosts moved to 364 before David Bedingham would be caught & bowled by Beuran Hendricks for 191 before Matty Potts would be LBW to Will Davis for 23. Oliver Gibson would be run out by Nick Welch for 1 before Chris Rushworth would be the final man out, caught by Colin Ackermann off the bowling of Hendricks without scoring – Ben Raine finishing 51 not out.
Sam Evans would be caught by Scott Borthwick off the bowling of Raine for 16 before George Rhodes would be the other wicket to fall, caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Rushworth, for 2 with Hassan Azad (65) and Ackermann (58) the not out batsmen.
Nottinghamshire vs Glamorgan
Resuming on 33/0, the visitors would add 8 to their overnight score before Andrew Salter would be caught by Joe Clarke off the bowling of James Pattinson for 16 before Marnus Labuschagne would be LBW to Brett Hutton for 3. David Lloyd and Sam Northeast would put on 117 for the third-wicket partnership before the former would be caught by Ben Duckett off the same bowler for 76 with Kiran Carlson caught behind by Tom Moores off the bowling of Joey Evison for 22.
Chris Cooke would be dismissed by the same combination without scoring before Callum Taylor would be caught by Clarke off the bowling of Dane Paterson for 9. Michael Neser would be bowled by Evison for 20 before Northeast would be bowled by Paterson for 85. James Weighell would be the final man out on Day 2, caught by Moores off the bowling of Liam Patterson-White, for 45 with Timm van der Gugten and Michael Hogan resuming 56 and 0 not out respectively.