Coverage of day three in the latest round of LV= County Championship games, which could see several positive results today.
By Rob Barnett
10.40am – Good morning and welcome to our coverage of day three in the latest round of LV= County Championship games, which could see several positive results today. Here’s how the games stand:
Durham are 152 for seven, leading by 275, in their second innings against Somerset at the Emirates Durham ICG. Home seamers Graham Onions and Chris Rushworth each took four wickets today to dismiss Somerset for 185.
At Emirates Old Trafford, Warwickshire are on 316 for nine, 69 ahead, in response to Lancashire’s 247 all out. Will Porterfield, Varun Chopra and Ian Bell notched half-centuries.
Northamptonshire will begin their second innings this morning having been asked to follow on by Yorkshire at Headingley. Jack Brooks claimed 5-36 to dismiss his old club, who trail by 365, for 94 first time around. Gary Ballance amassed 174 for the White Rose.
Gloucestershire are 230 for nine, 85 ahead of Glamorgan on first innings at the SWALEC Stadium despite Dean Cosker’s five-wicket haul.
Stephen Moore is unbeaten on 106 to leave Derbyshire 203 for two in reply to Hampshire’s 328 at the 3aaa County Ground.
Leicestershire are 333 for nine against Kent at Canterbury on the back of half-centuries from Matthew Boyce and Anthony Ireland.
Essex are 225 for six versus Surrey at the Kia Oval. Matt Dunn was the hosts’ best bowler with 3-53.
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