Dawid Malan hits 100 as Middlesex take management towards Worcestershire in Division Two
Sam Northeast and James Fuller each scored half-centuries to offer Hampshire the edge on the midway stage of their Specsavers County Championship conflict with Yorkshire at Headingley.
Yorkshire vs Hampshire scorecard
In bowler-friendly situations, second-placed Hampshire scored 235 of their first innings, incomes a lead of 54. Yorkshire then closed day two on 5-0.
Earlier, in-form Northeast and Fuller – on his first-class debut for the county – posted 50 and 54 not out, respectively. Ben Coad impressed for Yorkshire, claiming 4-41.
At Edgbaston, Warwickshire captain Jeetan Patel’s marathon bowling spell helped put his aspect on high towards Surrey.
Warwickshire vs Surrey scorecard
Patel took 4-53 from 31 overs throughout greater than two periods as Surrey slumped to 188 all out, trailing by 105 on first innings, earlier than Warwickshire moved to 26-Zero by the shut.
Earlier, Warwickshire recovered from 186-Eight to put up 293 – No 10 batsman Liam Norwell hanging 64 off 53 balls – whereas Surrey reached 73-1 in reply earlier than dropping 5 wickets for 19 runs in 13 overs. Ben Foakes (57no) did his finest to get well the innings however ran out of companions.
Essex took command towards Kent in Chelmsford, claiming a 131-run first-innings lead after dismissing their opponents for 182.
Essex vs Kent scorecard
Kent discovered scoring tough in reply to Essex’s 313 – Alastair Prepare dinner scoring 125 on day one – creeping alongside at little greater than two runs an over earlier than being bowled out in 88.2 overs to shut out the day.
Peter Siddle (3-29) and Simon Harmer (3-72) every took three wickets for the house aspect.
In Division Two, Middlesex paceman Tom Helm returned career-best figures earlier than skipper Dawid Malan’s 23rd first-class hundred put them in full management towards Worcestershire at New Street.
Worcestershire vs Middlesex scorecard
Helm completed with 5-36 from 19 overs to earn Middlesex a first-innings lead of 65 as Worcestershire had been dismissed for 156 in 63.5 overs shortly earlier than tea.
Then skipper Malan (107no) and Nick Gubbins (72no) cashed in throughout a marathon ultimate session of 51 overs with an unbroken third-wicket partnership of 175. Middlesex closed on 195-, a lead of 260.
Leicestershire picked up eight wickets within the ultimate session of the day to go away their match towards Derbyshire at Grace Street finely poised.
Leicestershire vs Derbyshire scorecard
Derbyshire, 160-8, ended the day main by 179 runs after dropping six wickets for 54 runs. The dismissal that triggered the collapse was that of Wayne Madsen, who shortly after turning into the primary batsman within the match to move fifty, edged a wonderful supply from Mohammad Abbas (3-42) to first slip.
Earlier, Tony Palladino picked up 5-29 as Derbyshire, having managed solely 139 of their first innings, secured an unlikely lead by bowling their hosts out for 120.
At Hove, Nick Selman and Marnus Labuschagne placed on an unbroken second-wicket stand of 137 as Glamorgan annoyed Sussex.
Sussex vs Glamorgan scorecard
Sussex, armed with a first-innings lead of 234 after they’d been bowled out for 420 – skipper Ben Brown (131) registering a 17th first-class hundred – appeared to be in full management when Mir Hamza had Charlie Hemphrey out lbw within the first over
However Labuschagne (77no) and Selman (45no) performed with rising authority through the ultimate session, seeing Glamorgan end up 137-1, although nonetheless some 97 runs behind.
No play was doable on the second day of the sport between Gloucestershire and Lancashire in Cheltenham.
Gloucestershire vs Lancashire scorecard
A fierce storm on Monday night time, mixed with additional heavy showers on Tuesday noticed play formally deserted at 1.45pm. Lancashire had been resulting from resume their first innings on 47-2 in reply to Gloucestershire’s 205.