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LV= Insurance County Championship 2022 Round 3 Day 2: April 22nd - Latest News, Scores and Match Reports

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Here is all the latest news, scores and match report updates from the LV= Insurance County Championship 2022 Round 3 Day 2: April 22nd

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Friday April 22nd

Division One

Kent vs Hampshire, Canterbury

A blistering century from James Vince put Hampshire in charge of their LV= Insurance County Championship match with Kent at Canterbury.

Hampshire were 337 for four at stumps on day two, a lead of 32, after Vince made 111 from 117 balls, including 19 fours. Nick Gubbins was the next highest scorer with 69, while Liam Dawson is unbeaten on 63.

Kent’s Nathan Gilchrist took three for 71, but it was a day to forget for the hosts, who were bowled out for 305, Keith Barker claiming six for 52 and Mohammad Abbas three for 57.

Conditions were cloudy and windy when Kent resumed on 271 for seven, and Barker completed his five-wicket haul when he had Darren Stevens caught behind for 23. Stevens looked underwhelmed by the decision and a loud thud could be heard from the direction of the pavilion shortly afterwards.

Gilchrist lasted six balls before falling in identical fashion in Barker’s next over, without scoring, and Jackson Bird was caught off Abbas by sub fielder James Fuller for two, but not before Hamid Qadri had made 23 not out, adding 21 useful runs to his overnight score.

Kent’s hopes that 305 might prove a tricky total eroded steadily through the rest of the day. Hampshire moved to 47 for one at lunch, losing only Joe Weatherley, who’d pulled Matt Milnes for a six, but was then caught behind for 18 when the same bowler found his inside edge.

Despite losing Ian Holland lbw to Nathan Gilchrist for 25, Hampshire dominated the afternoon session, Vince beating Gubbins in the race to 50 when he nudged Hamid Qadri for a single in the 36th over. With Kent unable to stem the tide of boundaries, Gubbins passed the same landmark in the next over when he drove Milnes for four, but he was out when he edged Gilchrist to Jordan Cox, who took a tricky catch at slip, ending a stand of 136.

The visitors scored 172 runs in the session and continued their onslaught after tea. Dawson pulled the second ball of the evening session, off Bird for six. Vince clipped Stevens for a single to bring up his century, off 99 balls and although he eventually edged Gilchrist to Cox, Dawson kept up the scoring rate. He drove Milnes for two to reach his half-century and Ben Brown hit Stevens for four through the covers to give Hampshire the lead with the first ball of the 72nd over.

Brown looked equally comfortable and had reached 42 not out when play was abandoned for bad light, with three scheduled overs remaining and Gilchrist poised to take the new ball.

Lancashire vs Gloucestershire, Emirates Old Trafford

Lancashire’s Josh Bohannon scored his fourth first class century as the Red Rose totally dominated a keenly contested second day at Emirates Old Trafford against Gloucestershire.

The hosts closed on 289 for three on a day when just two wickets fell in stark contrast to the 12 dismissals on day one of this LV=Insurance County Championship Division One clash with Lancashire going into day three with a handy 37 run lead.

England hopeful Bohannon finished unbeaten on 142 alongside his skipper Dave Vilas who made 39 not as the pair put on 55 unbeaten runs for the fourth wicket after Luke Wells had earlier made a well-constructed 59.

For Bolton-born Bohannon the innings was the latest on a CV which is surely making the England selectors sit up and take notice following the 25-year-old’s breakthrough season last year when he was named Lancashire’s Player of the Year after topping his side’s run scoring charts in red ball cricket.

The day had started with Lancashire on 11 for one with Gloucestershire buoyed by the late dismissal via a run out of George Balderson the previous evening.

But any hope the visitors could build on that breakthrough was soon extinguished by Wells and Bohannon who scored briskly throughout the morning to add 92 unbeaten runs to the overnight score by lunch with the former bring up his half century just before the break.

Gloucestershire, who announced the signing of Pakistani paceman Mohammad Amir at lunch, needed to tighten things up when play resumed and they did so thanks to the accurate bowling of Ryan Higgins and the left arm spin of Zafar Gohar.

Wells was the first to fall to the increased purpose from the visitor’s attack when he was trapped in front playing back to a sharply turning delivery from Zafar for 59 to end a second wicket partnership of 106 runs.

The dismissal brought Steven Croft to the crease, fresh from his century in Lancashire’s opening win against Kent, and the former Lancashire captain proved a useful partner for Bohannon as they slowly weathered Gloucestershire’s efforts before upping the scoring rate as the afternoon progressed.

Bohannon reached his century with a leg glance to the boundary off his 213th ball and Lancashire will look forward to a similar return to last season’s efforts which brought the batter 853 runs at an impressive average of 53.31.

The third wicket pair batted beyond tea and had amassed a partnership of 117 when Croft brought out his sweep once too often on 34 and Zafar, the pick of the Gloucestershire attack with two for 65, was rewarded as the stumps were broken by a fine delivery.

Another of Lancashire’s recent century makers, Vilas, then entered proceedings and together with Bohannon, the pair saw things through to the end, reaching an unbeaten 50 partnership without alarm just before the close of play.

Northamptonshire vs Yorkshire, The County Ground Northampton

Adam Lyth and Dimuth Karunaratne shared an opening partnership of 73 as Yorkshire seized control of their LV= Insurance County Championship game against Northamptonshire.

The pair quickly built on their side’s first-innings advantage of 92 at Wantage Road, having bowled Northamptonshire out for 204 as rookie all-rounder Matthew Revis and off-spinner Dom Bess shone with the ball.

Revis – who began his career as an opening bat – took three for 45, his best first-class performance, while Bess tied up one end for most of the afternoon, returning miserly figures of two for 31 from 22 overs.

Emilio Gay produced some classy shots to top-score with 65, but Northamptonshire were unable to contain their opponents in the final session, with Lyth (41 not out) extending the White Rose lead to 177 as they closed on 85 for one.

Despite losing nightwatchman Matt Kelly – who skied a hook off Jordan Thompson (4-54) into the wicketkeeper’s gloves – in the second over of the day, Northamptonshire made swift progress.

Gay and Will Young (33) bustled along at four and a half an over until Steven Patterson’s miserly spell stemmed the flow of runs and Revis then weighed in with two quick wickets.

He sent Young’s off stump flying to break the partnership of 55 and then persuaded Saif Zaib to nibble at a ball that slanted across the left-hander in his next over.

Bess had his first delivery swept to the boundary by Rob Keogh – but the spinner eventually got his man to an identical shot just before lunch as Revis raced from backward square to clasp a magnificent catch over his shoulder.

However, Bess initially missed out on the scalp of Gay, put down by Lyth at slip on 40, and he and Luke Procter put together an industrious stand of 49 to wipe out any fears about the follow-on.

Procter dug in, with infrequent attacking strokes – although one of those, when he decided to give Bess the charge, caught his partner at the non-striker’s end a nasty blow on the left wrist.

Although fit to continue, Gay was soon back in the pavilion anyway, flicking a flighted Bess delivery into the hands of leg slip and Lewis McManus followed, caught low off Revis.

Procter battled on, finishing with a gritty undefeated 38 – enough to scramble a batting bonus point before Haris Rauf and Thompson took the new ball and cleaned up the tail.

The home seamers struggled to establish control, though, leaking runs as Karunaratne (38) and Lyth sped past 50 inside the first nine overs of their second innings.

Procter’s medium pace produced an eventual breakthrough, piercing the Sri Lanka captain’s defences, but George Hill accompanied Lyth to stumps.

Surrey vs Somerset, Kia Oval

Ben Foakes rallied Surrey with 63 at the Kia Oval as the LV= Insurance County Championship’s early pace-setters replied with 204 for five to Somerset’s 337 on day two of a hard-fought Division One contest.

Ollie Pope also made an attractive 47 from 72 balls, in an 80-run fourth wicket partnership with Foakes, while Sam Curran scored 44 not out in his first knock of the season following a stress fracture in the back that had sidelined the England all-rounder for six months.

But Peter Siddle struck an important blow for Somerset when he had Foakes caught at second slip from the last ball of the 59th over, leaving Will Jacks to keep Curran company for ten more overs until play ended for bad light at 6.20pm with 4.5 overs of the day’s allocation unbowled.

The in-form Pope’s innings was only ended by a quite brilliant one-handed diving catch on the deep square leg boundary by Tom Banton, but the same player earlier put down a comparatively easy chance at mid wicket when Foakes, on just 2, clipped Josh Davey off his pads straight to him.

Surrey would have been 59 for four if Banton had held on to that opportunity, so his celebration and smile 24 overs later said it all after he had sprawled to his right and, miraculously, come up with the ball after Pope pulled Craig Overton high with a stroke that the England Test batsman expected would take him to his fifty.

Foakes was then joined by Curran in another good stand of 45 for the fifth wicket, reaching his own half-century with a lovely back foot force through extra cover for four off Jack Brooks – soon after Curran had produced probably the shot of the day with a gorgeous straight-driven four off Davey.

There were 10 fours overall for Foakes, who now has 240 runs from his first three championship innings of the campaign after a disappointing Test series against the West Indies last month that brought only 96 runs at an average of 19.

Curran, superbly on-driving Siddle for another of his six fours, played an excellent hand and there was also time before stumps for Jacks to hit two quality boundaries in his unbeaten 10. It all added up to a creditable Surrey recovery after they had lost their first three wickets inside the opening 18 overs of the innings.

Ryan Patel was first to go, for 5, well-held at the second attempt in the gully by Jack Leach as the left-hander cut hard at former Australia paceman Siddle.

Rory Burns, having batted securely for an hour either side of lunch for 12, was brilliantly caught off Overton by keeper Steven Davies, who dived across in front of first slip to hold a thick edge as Burns tried to work wide of mid on off his pads.

And it was 48 for 3 when Hashim Amla deflected a rising ball from Brooks to second slip as he attempted to take his bat away at the last second.

Things might have been different had Banton not dropped Foakes off Davey, but by stumps a match between the division’s top and bottom teams was fascinatingly poised at the halfway mark.

Somerset, resuming on 283 for six after a hard-fought first day, were earlier guided to 337 all out by Tom Abell who took his overnight 121 to a classy unbeaten captain’s innings of 150 that spanned more than seven hours. Abell struck 22 fours, and faced 298 balls.

Surrey chipped away at Somerset’s lower order, however, with Davey falling for 27 to a chest-high third slip catch by Jacks off Jordan Clark and Leach, Siddle and Brooks all going cheaply.

Leach, having hung around a while for his 6, chipped James Taylor to mid off from a leading edge, Siddle was run out for 2 by Curran’s throw from third man as he tried to get back for a second run and last man Brooks edged Reece Topley’s left-arm swingers to first slip to go for 0.



 Warwickshire vs Essex, Edgbaston

Michael Burgess' second successive 'daddy' ton lifted Warwickshire to a first innings lead of 217 over Essex in a pulsating LV=Insurance County Championship tussle at Edgbaston. 

Replying to Essex's 168, the home side made 385 with Burgess following his 178 against Surrey last week with 170 (217 balls, 20 fours, five sixes). 

Along with Matt Lamb (71, 140 balls, ten fours), the wicketkeeper ensured that Essex would start their second innings under serious pressure - which soon told as, given three awkward overs to bat before the close, they lost Nick Browne, to reach stumps at nought for one.   

With two powerful teams going toe to toe, the cricket has been absorbing, hard-fought...and bruising. Whether Dan Lawrence, who damaged a hamstring in the field on the first evening, will bat in Essex's second innings remains to be seen while Bears paceman Liam Norwell is out of the match, concussed after taking a Mark Steketee lifter on the head.  

Craig Miles has replaced his former Gloucestershire team-mate for the rest of the game as a concussion substitute. 

After Warwickshire resumed on the second morning on 76 for two, Essex had a dream start when Dom Sibley (33, 80 balls) edged the first ball of the day from Shane Snater to wicketkeeper Adam Wheater. Snater soon struck again when Will Rhodes was well held by Simon Harmer above his head at second slip. 

When Sam Hain's obdurate 29 (107 balls) was ended by an edge to the keeper off Steketee, at 124 for five Essex scented an opportunity, but Lamb and Burgess batted positively to add 113 in 36 overs. 

Lamb maintained his first class career average of 70-plus against Essex before a fine ball from Sam Cook found his middle stump. The impressive Cook, who  ended with three for 72, soon had Danny Briggs caught at slip before Henry Brookes chipped Steketee to mid-on and Norwell took a rising delivery from the Aussie on the head and was forced to retire hurt. 

Burgess responded to the arrival of number 11 Olly Hannon-Dalby with a blitz of four successive fours off Steketee which took him to a superb century and his team past 300. After Simon Harmer trapped Hannon-Dalby lbw, with Norwell incapacitated, Miles went in as concussion sub - and proved a highly effective one.  

As Burgess climbed into spectacular attack, the last-wicket added 64 in seven overs to turn the lead from handy to significant. Burgess was finally castled by Steketee who finished with four for 130. 

The scoreboard pressure then brought an immediate victim when Browne edged Hannon-Dalby's seventh ball to Sam Hain at second slip....Essex have a lot of batting to do to.  


Division Two

 Durham vs Nottinghamshire, Riverside

Unbeaten centuries from Ben Slater and Lyndon James have provided Nottinghamshire with a dominant platform against Durham on day two of their LV= Insurance County Championship Division Two clash at the Riverside.

Slater was imperious from the start of the day to the close on 164 not out, reaching three figures for the first time in a year in first-class cricket. James played an equally impressive knock to notch his maiden first-class hundred, with the two players sharing an unbroken stand of 216 for the fourth wicket, handing their side a lead of 141 runs to take into day three over the hosts.

Matthew Potts claimed figures of three for 88 on a difficult day for the home side on a placid pitch, whose thoughts will not have to turn to saving the match over the final two days of the contest.

Notts resumed on 50-0, trailing Durham by 180 after their exploits on day one, but Potts made an early breakthrough for Durham to end a promising partnership between Haseeb Hameed and Slater. The 23-year-old nipped one back to clatter into the pads of Hameed to remove the opener for 33. Beginning on 23 not out, Slater was patient in the first hour, but began to find his timing against Ollie Gibson, notching four boundaries from his first two-over burst from the Lumley End.

The left-hander ended a lean spell to open the campaign with his first half-century of the 2022 season, and at ease against the Durham attack. Ben Duckett survived a loose drive that he skied into the air, which prevented George Drissell from claiming his first first-class wicket as Scott Borthwick could run back to claim a difficult catch over his shoulder at mid-off.

Duckett continued a positive approach to accelerate the Nottinghamshire run rate before lunch, and the former England man pressed past fifty for the third innings in succession following his outstanding form against Glamorgan last week. Duckett seemed at ease and poised for a substantial knock, but the return of Potts drew a false stroke and the left-hander chopped on to his own stumps.

One wicket brought a second quickly as David Bedingham took two attempts at second slip, but allowed Potts to remove Joe Clarke for one. Durham were unable to capitalise after lunch as Slater and James consolidated the Notts' innings, securing the first batting bonus point in the process. After passing Durham's first-innings total, Slater endured a nervy six-ball wait on 99 against Drissell before he reached his century in fortuitous circumstances.

Slater opted for a cut stroke that found an inside edge, smashed in and out of the gloves of Ned Eckersley before the opener was able to scramble through for the single to bring up his 10th first-class hundred. James proved that he was more than an equal partner alongside Slater, posting fifty in 75 balls for the visitors as their stand for the fourth wicket past 100 runs, ensuring that the afternoon belonged to the visitors.

In need of inspiration, Scott Borthwick turned to Chris Rushworth and Potts with the new ball at the start of the evening session. However, Slater and James were undeterred with the former highlighting his control by dispatching Potts over the leg-side boundary with a powerful pull stroke. The two players continued their impressive partnership, although Durham were able to slow the run rate in the final hour without making a much-needed breakthrough.

Slater ended the day by passing 150, and edging closer to his highest-first class score of 172, while reaching a 200-run partnership with James, a Nottinghamshire record against Durham for the fourth wicket. At the other end, James enjoyed the most significant moment of his career to date, clipping Borthwick to notch his first hundred in first-class cricket, which he celebrated by punching the air to the applause of the visiting balcony.

Glamorgan vs Middlesex, Sophia Gardens

Middlesex took a complete stranglehold on their LV= Insurance County Championship match against Glamorgan in Cardiff as the home side finished 104 for six in their second innings, still 110 runs behind.

An undefeated John Simpson hundred and a fifty from Toby Roland-Jones meant that Middlesex made 336 all out to give them a 214-run lead on first innings. 

James Harris finished with the best bowling figures for Glamorgan, claiming four for 68 against his former county. 

When it was Glamorgan’s turn to bat things unfolded much as they had in their first innings with the top order failing once again in the face of some excellent Middlesex bowling. 

Simpson batted brilliantly with the tail as Middlesex added 226 runs for their last four wickets. The pitch had looked very lively on day one of this match but had flattened out some as day two wore on. The Glamorgan bowlers struggled to keep things tight as Simpson and the tail took the game away from them.

Roland-Jones reached his fifty from 62 balls as he continued to attack the Glamorgan bowlers at the start of day two. When he was dismissed by Harris for 62 his partnership with Simpson was worth 103. 

The punishment didn’t end for Glamorgan when Roland-Jones departed as first Tom Helm and then Shaheen Shah Afridi continued to plunder runs. Afridi made a career best 29 in what is becoming a Middlesex debut to remember. 

To sum up how badly things went for Glamorgan with the ball on day two, the three highest partnerships of this match so far have been for the seventh, eighth and ninth Middlesex wickets.

The Glamorgan seamers toiled away fruitlessly and it was left to Marnus Labuschagne to finish off the Middlesex innings, claiming the last two wickets with his leg breaks. 

Glamorgan started brightly enough with David Lloyd looking to be positive but when both he and Andrew Salter were bowled in quick succession it had a very similar feel to the home side’s disappointing first innings. 

Labuschagne was driving brilliantly as he caressed five balls to the boundary, but as in the first innings it was Afridi who had his measure, a fuller ball trapping the Australian lbw for 23.

Kiran Carson, Chris Cooke and Callum Taylor all went in the space of nine runs to leave Glamorgan 78 for six and in danger of losing the game inside two days.  A partnership worth 26 between Sam Northeast and Michael Neser took Glamorgan passed three figures and the game into a third day, but there is a lot of work to do on Saturday to try and prevent anything other than a heavy defeat.

While there have been some poor shots credit must be given to the Middlesex bowlers who were once again consistent and incisive, they and Simpson have put their side in a brilliant position. 

Leicestershire vs Derbyshire, Uptonsteel County Ground

Pakistan international Shan Masood became the first player in Derbyshire history to post back-to-back double centuries as Leicestershire’s bowlers were put to the sword on day two of the LV= Insurance County Championship match at the Uptonsteel County Ground.

The 32-year-old opener was out for 219, having hit 24 fours and a six as Derbyshire racked up 401 runs in the day to lead by 224 with six first-innings wickets still in hand. Wayne Madsen made 94 and Mattie McKiernan is 63 not out.

Masood’s magnificent innings followed his 239 in last week’s drawn match against Sussex, giving him an aggregate of 611 runs from his first four innings for Derbyshire, another county record.

Left-arm spinner Callum Parkinson finally claimed his wicket this time, bowling him with a ball that turned sharply from outside the left-hander’s off stump. Masood turned for the pavilion but could leave the field only after every Leicestershire player, led by Parkinson, had offered a handshake of congratulation on a superb exhibition of high-class batting.

It capped a day that began with Leicestershire’s bowlers hoping for a productive morning with a relatively new ball. Instead, after resuming on 36 for one, Derbyshire added 111 runs before lunch and lost only one wicket in doing so.

Brooke Guest was the sole casualty, given out leg before to Will Davis for 23. It might have been two but Madsen, having hit the first two balls of Wiaan Mulder’s third over of the morning to the fence, was dropped on the legside by wicketkeeper Harry Swindells on 14 in the same over.

Masood by that point was looking in ominously good touch and as he completed his first fifty just before Madsen’s let-off there was already a sense he had his eye on another big score. Callum Parkinson’s introduction helped stem the flow of runs in the last 40 minutes of the opening session but it was a different story after lunch when the Leicestershire bowlers conceded runs at more than four an over.

Madsen passed fifty and Masood his hundred from consecutive balls off Will Davis, the latter’s including 12 fours. There was seldom any hint of a breakthrough until Madsen, within sight of what would have been a sixth century against Leicestershire and a third on this ground, decided to chance a single to mid-off off Beuran Hendricks with the odds clearly against him and paid the price, Ed Barnes beating the 38-year-old’s despairing dive with a direct hit. 

Understandably, Madsen looked mortified, yet his partnership with Masood had added 221 for the third wicket and put Derbyshire firmly in control. He and Masood shared a partnership of 292 against Sussex last week.

When tea arrived at 295 for three, their lead was 82. Now Leicestershire were pinning their hopes on the second new ball, which would be available an over into the final session.

But that proved fruitless too as Masood continued to prosper. Most of his boundaries had come from sweetly timed drives or clips off his legs but he showed an aggressive side when he drove Will Davis for four and pulled him for six in the same over.

McKiernan, though dropped on 39 off Mulder, was striking the ball confidently at the other end and he and Masood added 129 at almost five an over, passing his previous highest score of 52.

Derbyshire supporters are already likening Masood’s impact to that of the Australian Simon Katich, who scored 433 runs in his first four innings for the county in 2007, and Martin Guptill, the New Zealand batter, who was the key figure the last time Derbyshire won promotion from Division Two of the County Championship in 2012.

Although he is not alone in making consecutive double hundreds, no player in the history of cricket has made three in a row.


Worcestershire vs Sussex, New Road

Worcestershire Club Captain Brett D’Oliveira continued his prolific start to the 2022 campaign with an unbeaten 169 on day two of the LV=Insurance County Championship match with Sussex at New Road.

Then his predecessor as captain, Joe Leach, picked up three wickets in seven balls late in the day to put Worcestershire in control as the visitors, despite an unbeaten 85 from Cheteswar Pujara, closed on 169-5.

All-rounder D’Oliveira batted for seven and three quarter hours in total and was the bedrock of his side’s 491 all out spanning 136.5 overs.

It means D’Oliveira is still to be dismissed this summer and three innings have yielded a total of 294 runs.

Leach then caused havoc late in the day with the wickets of Tom Clark, Mohammad Rizwan and Jamie Aatkins in an inspired spell to leave Sussex still 322 in arrears.

D’Oliveira began today on 106 not out and continued in untroubled fashion in helping his team secure four batting points.

He followed in the footsteps of grandfather Basil (1967 and 1968) and his father, Damian (1985) in scoring first class centuries against Sussex.

For injury-hit Sussex, it was another chastening experience in the field after conceding scores of 534 for nine declared and 505 for eight declared against Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire in their opening two games.

To add to their woes, batter, Tom Alsop, suffered a severely bruised finger when fielding and was unable to take his place at number three in the order.

After two losing two early wickets, Pujara, a double century-maker against Derby, and Clark gave them something to smile about on a bitterly cold day but then Leach altered the picture.

D’Oliveira was given excellent support with the bat by Leach and Josh Baker when Worcestershire began the day on 338-5.

There was an encouraging sign for later in the match for the Worcestershire bowlers in the first over of the day when a delivery from Grant Stewart reared up off a length and struck D’Oliveira on the hand.

Ben Cox, on 29, pushed forward and was caught behind off Stewart Leach, was quickly onto the offensive.

The all-rounder had made 26 off only 24 balls when he lofted Tom Clark into the hands of mid off.

Baker also looked to score quickly and his eighth wicket partnership with D’Oliveira added 85 before was caught at cover off Delray Rawlins for 43 to the last ball before lunch.

D’Olvieira went into the interval unbeaten on 149 and brought up his 150 with the first ball after the resumption.

He then showed his versatility in scooping Henry Crocombe over the keeper for four.

The innings was wrapped up by Crocombe with Charlie Morris caught behind off a lifting delivery and Dillon Pennington top-edging straight to mid on.

Leach then made the perfect start when Sussex launched their reply in dismissing Ali Orr with his first delivery.

Orr pushed forward to a delivery angled in and was comprehensively bowled.

Leach’s new ball partner, Charlie Morris, also struck a crucial blow to dismiss Sussex captain Tom Haines, the leading first class run-scorer in the country last season.

Haines (26) pushed at a fine delivery and was bowled with a delivery which went past his inside edge.

Pujara played some attractive strokes but was fortunate on 31 when he inside-edged a delivery Ed Barnard past the stumps for four.

But he and Clark grew in confidence and were posed less and less problems as the day progressed.

It needed Leach to end a partnership of 119 with Jack Haynes producing a superb low catch at second slip to account for Clark on 44 and it became two wickets in two balls when Mohammad Rizwan was caught behind.

Leach broke through again when he bowled Jamie Atkins with a ball of full length and he closed with four for 56.

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