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Day 3 SpecSavers County Championship Updates and Reactions - August 21st

Day 3 SpecSavers County Championship Updates and Reactions - August 21st
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There were two results today in Division 2 of the SpecSavers County Championship   - Durham beat Glamorgan by an innings and 30 runs and Kent beat Leicestershire by 8 wickets.

here are the reuslts and reactions of all the matches being played today.

SpecSavers County Championship match updates for Division 1 -  

 

Hampshire v Nottinghamshire Ageas Bowl, Southampton 

Hampshire 277 ( James Vince 74, Liam Dawson 72, Kyle Abbott 60*; Matthew Carter 3-34, Steven Mullaney 3-43) and 399-7 dec (James Vince 147, Tom Alsop 99; Mark Footitt 3-69)

Nottinghamshire – 166 (Luke Fletcher 43; Fidel Edwards 6-50) and 128-4 (Kraigg Brathwaite 48)

At the Close - Nottinghamshire need 383 runs to win

 

Hampshire - Jimmy Adams, Joe Weatherley, James Vince(c), Sam Northeast, Rilee Rossouw, Liam Dawson, Tom Alsop(wk), Gareth Berg, Kyle Abbott, Dale Steyn, Fidel Edwards

Nottinghamshire- Steven Mullaney(c), Jake Libby, Chris Nash, Kraigg Brathwaite, Samit Patel, Billy Root, Riki Wessels(wk), Luke Fletcher, Mark Footitt, Matthew Milnes, Matthew Carter

 

Somerset v Essex Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

Somerset 324 (Marcus Trescothick 95, Tom Abell 70; Peter Siddle 5-80) and 202 (Edward Byrom 42; Simon Harmer 4-69)

Essex  191 (Ryan ten Doeschate 73; Jamie Overton 3-40) and 147-1 (Nick Browne 75*)

At the Close - Essex need 189 runs to win

 

Somerset - Marcus Trescothick, Edward Byrom, Azhar Ali, James Hildreth, Tom Abell(c), Steve Davies(wk), Lewis Gregory, Dom Bess, Jamie Overton, Josh Davey, Jack Leach

Essex -  Nick Browne, Varun Chopra, Tom Westley, Dan Lawrence, Ravi Bopara, Ryan ten Doeschate(c), Adam Wheater(wk), Simon Harmer, Peter Siddle, Jamie Porter, Sam Cook

 

Yorkshire v Worcestershire Scarborough

Yorkshire 216 (Kane Williamson 87; Dillon Pennington 4-53) and 140-6 (Moeen Ali 4-35)

Worcestershire 572-7 (Daryl Mitchell 178, Moeen Ali 219; Josh Poysden 3-128)

At the Close - Yorkshire trail Worcestershire by 216 runs with 4 wickets remaining


Yorkshire -  Adam Lyth, Harry Brook, Kane Williamson, Gary Balance, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Jonathan Tattersall(wk), Tim Bresnan, David Willey(c), Matt Fisher, Jack Brooks, Josh Poysden

Worcestershire - Daryl Mitchell, Tom Fell, Moeen Ali(c), Joe Clarke, Alex Milton, Ben Cox(wk), Ed Barnard, Ross Whiteley, Wayne Parnell, Josh Tongue , Dillon Pennington

 

Surrey v Lancashire Kia Oval, London

Surrey 211 and 306 (Rory Burns 70; Graham Onions 3-91)

Lancashire – 247 (Dane Vilas 61, Josh Bohannon 52; Morne Morkel 2-42, Rikki Clarke 2-42) and 177-5 (Amar Virdi 3-61)

At the Close - Lancashire need 94 runs to win with 5 wickets remaining

Surrey - Rory Burns(c), Mark Stoneman, Arun Harinath, Aaron Finch, Ben Foakes(wk), Sam Curran, Ryan Patel, Rikki Clarke, Morne Morkel, Jade Dernbach,Amar Virdi

Lancashire - Haseeb Hameed, Alex Davies(wk), Rob Jones, Dane Vilas(c), Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Steven Croft, Josh Bohannon, Joe Mennie, Tom Bailey, Matthew Parkinson, Graham Onions

 

 

Division 2 SpecSavers County Championship Updates and Reactions

Here are the four SpecSavers County Championship match updates for Division 2 -  there were two results today - Durham beat Glamorgan by an innings and 30 runs and Kent beat Leicestershire by 8 wickets.

 

 

Durham beat Glamorgan by an innings and 30 runs

Glamorgan 154 (Ruaidhri Smith 36  ; Chris Rushworth 3-36, Matthew Salisbury 3-34) and 111 (Chris Rushworth 5-28)

Durham 295 (Axar Patel 95*, Alex Lees 69; Ruaidhri Smith 5-87)

Result- Durham won by an innings and 30 runs

Glamorgan- Nick Selman, Jack Murphy, Connor Brown, Kiran Carlson, Chris Cooke(wk), David Lloyd, Andrew Salter, Craig Meschede, Ruaidhri Smith, Lukas Carey, Michael Hogan(c)

Durham - Cameron Steel, Alex Lees, Gareth Harte, Graham Clark, Michael Richardson, Paul Collingwood(c), Stuart Poynter(wk), Matthew Salisbury, Barry McCarthy, Chris Rushworth, Axar Patel

 

Kent beat Leicestershire by 8 wickets

Leicestershire 220 (Paul Horton 49; Ivan Thomas 4-35, Harry Podmore 3-68) and 227 (Harry Dearden 74; Ivan Thomas 5-91)

Kent  195 (Joe Denly 62; Mohammad Abbas 6-48) and 253-2 (Sean Dickson 134*, Heino Kuhn 96; Mohammad Abbas 2-50)

Result –Kent won by 8 wickets

 

Leicestershire - Paul Horton(c), Harry Dearden, Colin Ackermann, Mark Cosgrove, Ateeq Javid, Ned Eckersley(wk), Ben Raine, Zak Chappell, Callum Parkinson, Gavin Griffiths, Mohammad Abbas

Kent - Daniel Bell-Drummond, Sean Dickson, Heino Kuhn, Joe Denly, Sam Billings(c)(wk), Zak Crawley, Ollie Robinson, Darren Stevens, Harry Podmore, Grant Stewart, Ivan Thomas

 

Sussex v Derbyshire 1st Central County Ground, Hove

Sussex 440 (Harry Finch 82, Ben Brown 116, David Wiese 93; Lockie Ferguson 4-106) and 353-6 dec (Philip Salt 148, Luke Wells 78; Matthew Critchley 3-133)

Derbyshire 389-9 (Billy Godleman 122 , Wayne Madsen 72, Alex Hughes 77; Ollie Robinson 3-77) and 6-0

At the Close - Derbyshire need 399 runs to win

 

Sussex - Luke Wells, Philip Salt, Tom Haines, Harry Finch, Michael Burgess, Ben Brown(c)(wk), David Wiese, Chris Jordan, Jofra Archer, Ollie Robinson, Danny Briggs

Derbyshire - Ben Slater, Billy Godleman(c), Wayne Madsen, Alex Hughes, Sean Ervine, Matthew Critchley, Daryn Smit(wk), Hardus Viljoen, Tony Palladino, Lockie Ferguson, Ravi Rampaul

 

 

Northamptonshire v Middlesex County Ground Northampton

 

Northamptonshire 346 (Ricardo Vasconcelos 140, Richard Levi 41; James Harris 7-83)

Middlesex – 187 (Nathan Buck 4-51) and 374-9 (Sam Robson 72, Max Holden 94, James Harris 79*)

At the Close - Middlesex lead Northamptonshire by 215 runs with 1 wicket remaining

 

Northamptonshire - Ben Duckett, Luke Procter, Ricardo Vasconcelos(wk), Alex Wakely(c), Richard Levi, Steven Crook, Saif Zaib, Rory Kleinveldt, Brett Hutton, Nathan BuckBen Sanderson

Middlesex - Sam Robson, Nick Gubbins, Stevie Eskinazi, Dawid Malan(c), Eoin Morgan, Max Holden, Robbie White(wk), James Harris, James Fuller, Tim Murtagh, Ethan Bambe

 

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