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Simon Harmer dominated the county championship today as he took 7 wickets today to keep Essex in a dominant position in Chelmsford while there were so many rounds at the other end of the country as two centuries were recorded in Riverside.
Group 1: Durham vs Worcestershire
After resuming it on 79/1, Durham would lose trapped Scott Borthwick behind Bowling Joe Leach with 3 runs added to the night score of 27 before David Bedingham scored 33 before getting stuck behind Josh Tong. Centuries of Will Young (103) and Jack Burnham (102) and rapid fire 86 of 57 from Ned Eckersley saw Durham to 389/5 before the announcement after the Burnham Ton lifted.
Chasing a 423 goal, Worcestershire got off to a good start with both openers Darrell Mitchell (45 of 44 balls) and Jake Libby (14 of 40 balls) there at the end of play with the score of 60 without losing.
Reward points: DUR 4, WOR 4
Group 1: Essex vs Derbyshire
There is no doubt the identity of today’s man in this game today is South African Harmer. Derbyshire, who resumed at 35/3, saw Alex Hughes stumble from Bowling Harmer with a score of 71 before Wayne Madsen also went into his twenties. Matt Critchley and Harvey Hussain were both going to odd numbers before Brooke Guest, who scored the highest number of goals with 49, was sent off. Billy Stanlick was thrown by Harmer without a score before Dustin Milton hit 15 of 6 balls before Harmer gave Harmer his second catch to return from innings, and the shooter finished with 9/80 of roughly 26.
Subsequently, Lewis Reese was thrown by Jimmy Porter in the third round of innings with Billy Goodelman and Guest not coming out at the end of the day with 39 and 56 respectively.
Bonus points: ESS 8, THE 1
Group Two: Middlesex vs Hampshire
The only match that ended was the second group match at Lords. Hampshire, who started the day at 131/7, will add 12 runs to their total before Blake Cullen Kyle Abbott throws six points before Keith Parker (84) adds 44 points with Brad Will and 31 with Mohammed Abbas with Hampshire. On the 208.
Openers Sam Robson and Jack Davis were both falling before worlds Abbas and Abbott respectively in successive intervals before Nick Jobs fell in the next Abbott for a period of 2. Ruby White would become the second victim to Abbas, who was caught by the Pakistani peace man and thrown at him. 5 ahead of Peter Handscombe (who scored the most goals with 24) LBW was to Abbott with only the hosts leading by 13. Parker sent off James Harris for 16 with Coleen and Bamber at a low price, Abbott finished with five goals and Abbas with a score of 3/24.
Need 66 to win, Joe Weatherby will be LBW to Bamber for 7 before Liam Dawson (7) and Ian Holland (22) are both LBW from Bowling Tim Murtagh with Tom Alsop (9) and Sam Northeast (18) seeing their win washed out Completely within a couple of days after the first day.
Score: MID 3, HAM 20
The two teams are back in action this week as Hampshire will host Leicestershire starting Wednesday with Middlesex making the short trip to the Oval the following day.
Group Two: Somerset v Surrey
Only 9 of Taunton’s play occurred today with Surrey 15 added to the overnight score, and Jamie Smith scored a limit in consecutive times from Josh Davey. Smith finished the day at 27 with Ben Fox at the other end at 16 when he resumes playing tomorrow.
Reward points: SOM 1, SUR 1
Group C: Glamorgan vs Yorkshire
After resuming play at 4/69 at the start of play, the Yorkshire Dome Pace will lose in the sixth game of the day to 20, followed by wicket keeper Harry Duke the next ball, both of them to Australian Michael Nesser. Jordan Thompson and David Willie would also go cheaply to Michael Hogan and Dan Duthwaite respectively before Yorkshire captain Stephen Patterson (47 not out) joined England captain Joe Root (99) for a century before the latter was thrown by Douthwaite with Ben Quad refused the following To finish roles at 230.
Joe Cooke was the first Glamorgan player to be sent off as he was caught from behind Bowling Coad before Marnus Labuschagne dumped a throw by Patterson without disturbing the scorers. Joe’s brother Billy Root was knocked out of LBW for 13 with a score of 43 before opening-up David Lloyd and Kieran Carlson finished the day’s game unbeaten in the 1940s.
Reward points: GLA 3, YOR 4
Group C: Sussex vs Kent
On a crippled day (there could have been only 24 hikes), Zach Crowley was kicked out for 85, Aaron Thomason caught him from Bowling Jack Carson, with Jack Lining (61) and goalkeeper Ole Robinson (11) not knocking out at the end of the day, the lead was 109. Runs.
Reward points: SUS 5, KEN 3
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