County cricket: Surrey v Warwickshire, Lancashire v Kent and extra – are living! | County Championship

DIVISION ONE

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Chelmsford: Essex 505-9 dec v Somerset 359-3

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Cheltenham: Gloucestershire 317 & 135-5 v Northamptonshire 479

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Old Trafford: Lancashire 145 & 377-5 v Kent 270

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The Oval: Warwickshire 253 & 270-4 v Surrey 316

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Scarborough: Yorkshire 159 & 272 v Hampshire 218 & 9-0

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DIVISION TWO

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Chester-le-Street: Durham 421-7 dec v Middlesex 417-7

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New Road: Derbyshire 130 & 343 v Worcestershire 185 & 108-5

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Trent Bridge: Nottinghamshire 240 & 284-7 v Sussex 143

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Yorkshire, Lancashire and Derbyshire can all congratulate themselves on their fighting spirit at the end of this third day’s play. In each case their batters dragged them back into games that they had seemed almost to forfeit with their low scores on the very first day.

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In Division One, Lancashire vastly improved on their first-innings total of 145 against Kent thanks to Luke Wells, who fell two runs short of his hundred, and 25-year-old Josh Bohannon, who made his sixth first-class century. Lancashire finished the day on 377 for five, with a lead of 252.

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Hampshire rued a dropped catch off Adam Lyth as he began Yorkshire’s reply with a steady half-century, before Jonathan Tattersall (63) and Matthew Waite (47) helped the home side set a target of 214.

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Gloucestershire had less luck against Northamptonshire, who added an extra 126 to their overnight score from their final three wickets. Only Marcus Harris provided the kind of score Gloucestershire needed and at 135 for five, they still trail by 27 runs.

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Warwickshire had a good day against Surrey despite losing early wickets. They recovered from seven for two to 270 for four, Sam Hain and Will Rhodes ending the day with an unbroken partnership of 127, Warwickshire’s lead 207.

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Somerset saved the follow-on against Essex’s 505 for nine declared, although the joy of Matt Renshaw’s century was tempered by concern for captain Tom Abell, who retired hurt on 90. Somerset will resume on 359 for 3.

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In Division Two Middlesex kept their heads and compiled a patient response to Durham’s 421 for seven declared. Anuj Dal finished with unbeaten century as Derbyshire continued to pile on runs against Worcestershire, setting them a fourth innings target of 289. And on the second day at Trent Bridge, three quick wickets from Ollie Robinson could not stop Nottinghamshire racking up a 381-run lead against Sussex.

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Hello from The Oval, where the Warwickshire players are engaged in a fairly noisy game of foot-volleyball on the outfield. Meanwhile the gentlemen of Surrey are standing in a circular huddle, arms clasped behind their backs, overlooked by the Micky Stewart Members’ Pavilion. The big question here is, when will Warwickshire declare? (And what are the rules of foot-volleyball? I’d be delighted to hear your answers to that one, and whether there’s a better name for it.)

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Key parties

And every other one! Brad Wheal lbw to Jordan Clark for 1. Warwickshire had been 270-4 in a single day, they’re now 293-8.

Two extra wickets at The Oval! Kemar Roach now has 3 in six deliveries… Sam Hain fell for 96 to a tumbling catch from Ben Foakes and now Michael Burgess is trapped lbw. This is a horrible get started for Warwickshire in any case the arduous paintings they installed the previous day.

A just right (and dare we are saying important?) begin to the day for Sussex, who’ve taken two wickets already at Trent Bridge. And how satisfying is that this one? It’s the cricketing an identical of ASMR.

Love a cartwheeling off-stump to start out the day. 🤸‍♂️

Brad Currie 👏 %.twitter.com/6wrmtmYWVZ

— Sussex Cricket (@SussexCCC) July 28, 2022

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Hampshire’s opening pair, Holland and Organ, sound like a company that makes high-end audio apparatus, I reckon. Anyway, they’re 10-0 as they set about chasing that concentrate on of 214 from Yorkshire at Scarborough.

Kemar Roach has simply were given Will Rhodes out right here on the Oval, for 74 – Warwickshire now 5 down. The batting has felt, let’s say, languid, at issues right here over the last couple of days however Sam Hain is now most effective 5 clear of his century and he and Michael Burgess want to up this lead of 217. And at the same time as I write that, Burgess will get off the mark with a 4!

I’ve simply noticed that feedback weren’t became on at the weblog this morning so apologies for that, they must be switched on now.

Ollie Robinson – the Kent Covid-sub, no longer the Sussex and England seamer – is feeling assured that batting is getting more straightforward at Old Trafford, the place Lancashire are recently 252 runs forward with 5 wickets closing. “I guess it will be a different challenge when it comes to batting but it’s a pretty good pitch to bat on now,” he stated ultimate evening. “We have batted to save games quite a lot this season and actually done it quite well and although obviously we want to win I think a draw is the most likely outcome.”

We’ve were given a not on time get started at Chester-le-Street, the place it’s been a little damp, and the covers are most effective simply coming off. Play at 11.15am there.

Start of play ratings

DIVISION ONE

Chelmsford: Essex 505-9 dec v Somerset 359-3

Cheltenham: Gloucestershire 317 & 135-5 v Northamptonshire 479

Old Trafford: Lancashire 145 & 377-5 v Kent 270

The Oval: Warwickshire 253 & 270-4 v Surrey 316

Scarborough: Yorkshire 159 & 272 v Hampshire 218 & 9-0

DIVISION TWO

Chester-le-Street: Durham 421-7 dec v Middlesex 417-7

New Road: Derbyshire 130 & 343 v Worcestershire 185 & 108-5

Trent Bridge: Nottinghamshire 240 & 284-7 v Sussex 143

Wednesday’s spherical up

Yorkshire, Lancashire and Derbyshire can all congratulate themselves on their preventing spirit on the finish of this 3rd day’s play. In every case their batters dragged them again into video games that that they had gave the impression virtually to forfeit with their low ratings on the first actual day.

In Division One, Lancashire hugely advanced on their first-innings overall of 145 towards Kent due to Luke Wells, who fell two runs in need of his hundred, and 25-year-old Josh Bohannon, who made his 6th first class century. Lancashire completed the day on 377 for 5, with a lead of 252.

Hampshire rued a dropped catch off Adam Lyth as he started Yorkshire’s answer with a gentle half-century, ahead of Jonathan Tattersall (63) and Matthew Waite (47) helped the house aspect set a goal of 214.

Gloucestershire had much less success towards Northamptonshire, who added an additional 126 to their in a single day ranking from their ultimate 3 wickets. Only Marcus Harris supplied the type of ranking Gloucestershire wanted and at 135 for 5, they nonetheless path by means of 27 runs.

Warwickshire had a just right day towards Surrey in spite of shedding early wickets. They recovered from seven for 2 to 270 for 4, Sam Hain and Will Rhodes finishing the day with an unbroken partnership of 127, Warwickshire’s lead 207.

Somerset stored the follow-on towards Essex’s 505 for 9 declared, despite the fact that the enjoyment of Matt Renshaw’s century was once tempered by means of worry for captain Tom Abell, who retired harm on 90. Somerset will resume on 359 for three.

In Division Two Middlesex saved their heads and compiled a affected person reaction to Durham’s 421 for seven declared. Anuj Dal completed with unbeaten century as Derbyshire persevered to pile on runs towards Worcestershire, surroundings them a fourth innings goal of 289. And on the second one day at Trent Bridge, 3 fast wickets from Ollie Robinson may just no longer prevent Nottinghamshire racking up a 381-run lead towards Sussex.

Preamble

Hello from The Oval, the place the Warwickshire avid gamers are engaged in a relatively noisy recreation of foot-volleyball at the outfield. Meanwhile the gents of Surrey are status in a round huddle, palms clasped in the back of their backs, overpassed by means of the Micky Stewart Members’ Pavilion. The large query this is, when will Warwickshire claim? (And what are the principles of foot-volleyball? I’d be overjoyed to listen to your solutions to that one, and whether or not there’s a greater identify for it.)

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