Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship Round 10 Day 2 : Div 2 Latest news, Scores and Updates
All the Latest news, Scores and Updates from day 2 of the Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship Round 10 – Division 2.
Derbyshire v Nottinghamshire
Nottinghamshire 181 (Moores 45*, Rampaul 6/68) & 294/6
Derbyshire 148 (Fletcher 3/19)
Nottinghamshire gained the initiative in this game first by bowling Derbyshire out and secondly by posting a good third innings score.
Wickets were shared around in the Derbyshire innings as they were bowled out for 148 allowing Nottinghamshire to obtain a huge lead as Duckett, Hameed, Mullaney and Nash all past 50.
Leicestershire v Sussex
Sussex 204 (Salt 42, Wright 6/61) & 111/5 (Salt 49, Taylor 4/39)
Leicestershire 375/7dec (Horton 146, Dearden 102, Bopara 3/52)
Leicestershire continue their strong showing in this match thanks to fantastic centuries for Horton and Dearden.
They batted with class the pair of them, reaching their tons in the middle of the afternoon, totally dominating the Sussex bowling attack. They declared on 375/7 and had reduced Sussex to 111/5 at the close.
Middlesex v Glamorgan
Middlesex 263 (Holden 45, Hogan 4/78) & 216/8 (Roland-Jones 64*, Hogan 5/86)
Glamorgan 137 (Finn 7/71)
Steven Finn destroyed the Glamorgan batting line-up claiming 7/71 and putting Middlesex firmly in control. He bowled with pace and bounce that was too much too handle and Glamorgan limped to 137ao giving the home team a comfortable first-innings lead.
Middlesex knew they just had to bat sensibly to set the match up and by close they had a lead of nearly 350 thanks mainly to Toby Roland Jones's unbeaten 64.
Worcestershire v Durham
Worcestershire 180 (Ali 50, Whiteley 47, Rushworth 4/72) & 200 (Whiteley 44*)
Durham 231 (Harte 74, Tongue 6/97)
Worcestershire fought back on day 2 and now they are slightly ahead in this match. Durham had the opportunity to gain a substantial lead after Harte made 74 but had to settle for one of only 50, mainly due to Tongue's 6/97.
In reply Worcestershire are 200/5 with the power to add to their own lead of 149.
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