Here are the updates and reactions from each of the matches –
Warwickshire won the toss and decided to bat The 1st Central County Ground, Hove against Sussex today.
Warwickshire 308 - 2 (96.0 overs) - Will Rhodes 50, Ian Bell 108*, Jonathan Trott 86*)
Sussex yet to bat
At the Close - Warwickshire are 308 for 2
?? "The lads put in a shift. You can't fault their efforts." @dizzy259 reflects on day one vs. Warwickshire, as our bowlers came up against stiff resistance. #gosbts— Sussex Cricket (@SussexCCC) September 18, 2018
Sussex - Tom Haines, Philip Salt, Luke Wells, Harry Finch, Michael Burgess, Ben Brown(c)(wk), David Wiese, Chris Jordan, Jofra Archer, Ollie Robinson, Danny Briggs
Warwickshire - Will Rhodes, Dominic Sibley, Ian Bell, Jonathan Trott, Sam Hain, Tim Ambrose(wk), Keith Barker, Chris Wright, Olly Stone, Jeetan Patel(c), Ryan Sidebottom
Derbyshire won the toss and decided to bowl at Lord's against Middlesex today.
Middlesex 350 - 8 (96.0 overs) – (Sam Robson 134, Max Holden 96*; Tony Palladino 4-66 )
Derbyshire - Yet to bat
At the Close - Middlesex are 350 for 8
Middlesex - Sam Robson, Nick Gubbins, Stevie Eskinazi(wk), Dawid Malan(c), Max Holden, James Harris, Martin Andersson, James Fuller, Ethan Bamber, Tim Murtagh, Robbie White
Derbyshire - Billy Godleman(c), Luis Reece, Wayne Madsen, Alex Hughes, Harvey Hosein(wk), Matthew Critchley, Gary Wilson, Anuj Dal, Hardus Viljoen, Tony Palladino, Lockie Ferguson
Durham won the toss and decided to field at the Fischer County Ground, Grace Road, Leicester today against Leicestershire.
Leicestershire 316 - 8 (96.0 overs) – (Ateeq Javid 58; Mark Wood 2-35, Gareth Harte 2-26)
Durham - Yet to bat
At the Close - Leicestershire are 316 for 8
REPORT | There were contributions throughout the order, including a fine half-century from opener @Ateeqjavid, as Leicestershire CCC compiled 316 for eight on day one against Durham CCC ?? #followthefoxes— Leicestershire CCC?? (@leicsccc) September 18, 2018
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Leicestershire - Harry Dearden, Sam Evans, Colin Ackermann(c), Mark Cosgrove, Neil Dexter, Ateeq Javid, Lewis Hill(wk), Ben Mike, Callum Parkinson, Gavin Griffiths, Mohammad Abbas
Durham - Cameron Steel, Alex Lees, Gareth Harte, Graham Clark, Michael Richardson, Paul Collingwood(c), Stuart Poynter(wk), Mark Wood, Barry McCarthy, Matthew Salisbury, Chris Rushworth
Glamorgan won the toss and decided to bat at the Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, Canterbury against Kent.
Glamorgan 186 all out (Matt Henry 4-45)
Kent 93 - 2 (26.0 overs) (Zak Crawley 56)
At the Close - Kent trail Glamorgan by 93 runs with 8 wickets remaining
Kent - Sean Dickson, Zak Crawley, Joe Denly, Heino Kuhn, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Sam Billings(c)(wk), Ollie Robinson, Darren Stevens, Harry Podmore, Grant Stewart, Matt Henry
Glamorgan -Stephen Cook, Nick Selman, Jack Murphy, Kiran Carlson, Jeremy Lawlor, Chris Cooke(wk), Craig Meschede, Ruaidhri Smith, Timm van der Gugten, Kieran Bull, Michael Hogan(c)
Northamptonshire won the toss and decided to bowl at the Brightside Ground, Bristol today against Gloucestershire.
Gloucestershire 125 all out (Brett Hutton 4-65)
Northamptonshire 4 - 1 (2.0 overs)
At the Close - Northamptonshire trail Gloucestershire by 121 runs with 9 wickets remaining
Here is the match summary at the end of day one. pic.twitter.com/VNgXX9s2Ya— NCCC (@NorthantsCCC) September 18, 2018
Gloucestershire - Chris Dent(c), Miles Hammond, James Bracey(wk), Ian Cockbain, Benny Howell, Ryan Higgins, Jack Taylor, Ben Charlesworth, Craig Miles, David Payne, Matt Taylor
Northamptonshire - Robert Newton, Ben Curran, Ricardo Vasconcelos, Alex Wakely(c), Richard Levi, Adam Rossington(wk), Saif Zaib, Ben Cotton, Nathan Buck, Brett Hutton, Ben Sanderson
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