County Championship: Somerset win to top Division One as Lancashire secure promoton

Josh Davey haul led Somerset to a crushing 298-run success over Yorkshire. The people lost 6-56 – the second batting collapse of the game – which started when Roelof van der Merwe bowled Harry Brook (10) before before Dom Bess conducted our Tim Bresnan to get 17. Somerset vs Yorkshire scorecard Davey subsequently returned to the assault and took the last four wickets of both Yorkshire’s innings, with Tom Kohler-Cadmore (11) edging the seamer to slip and he drifted Keshav Mahraj lbw three balls later for a duck. A nice caught-and-bowled watched the back of Will Fraine (5) and Duanne Olivier was only competent to skew Davey to Bess’ hands running towards stage with Yorkshire finished on 127 all out as Ben Coad was not able to bat through sickness. Somerset had put Yorkshire an unlikely target of 426 to acquire the game earlier in the afternoon because Lewis Gregory’s 39 and Van der Merwe’s brisk 30 assisted 329 to be finished on by them out. Into the top airport due to an innings-and-45-run success over Derbyshire, Lancashire were encouraged back in Division Two in Old Trafford. Lancashire vs Derbyshire scorecard Derbyshire were skittled for 129 since Tom Bailey, Glenn Maxwell and Matthew Parkinson took three wickets after Josh Bohannon’s 174 and 51 from captain Dane Vilas lifted the Red Rose to 418. Meanwhile, where Tom Westley kept them afloat, Division One title-chasers Essex are fighting to use the strain on Somerset against Warwickshire at Edgbaston. Warwickshire vs Essex scorecard The 123 of Even the right-hander led his side into 278-6 239 runs behind, together with Warwickshire needing a draw to safeguard relegate and security Nottinghamshire. Later Darren Stevens recorded game figures of winless Nottinghamshire folded to a conquer to Kent. Nottinghamshire vs Kent scorecard The visitors were all out for 259, having additional 23 to set Nottinghamshire 440 to win. However, they were skittled for 212 despite a half-century from Ravichandran Ashwin, together with Stevens taking 5-53 from 18.2 overs. Spinner Felix Organ bowled Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl to a triumph over Surrey. Hampshire vs Surrey scorecard Brought into the assault after bad light forced home skipper James Vince into deploying slow bowling just, the 20-year-old hurried Surrey outside for 151 with 5-25 in eight overs. Hampshire had set a victory target of 424 and Lewis McManus, together with 61 and 88 respectively, had lifted their side to a second-innings 436. An outstanding 28-ball spell from Brydon Carse, in which he picked 5-11 up, saw Durham pickup a nervy 44-run triumph over Middlesex at Lord’s since they search one of those two Division Two promotion areas. Middlesex vs Durham scorecard The hosts prevailed on 21-0 with a goal of 196 but lost opener Nick Gubbins 16 balls to the afternoon as he was caught in the slips off Carse until Chris Rushworth caught Stevie Eskinazi lbw for a three-ball duck. Just two were made by captain Dawid Malan before being trapped in front by Ben Raine but opener Sam Robson and Max Holden steadies the boat with a 54-run fourth-wicket venture. However, Raine eliminated Holden lbw for eight and Robson then edged Rushworth supporting for 65 until Carse strode to the fore.The 24-year-old started with a maiden and next over had George Scott caught behind for 14 before he bowled John Simpson (14), James Harris (0), Miguel Cummins (1) along with Tim Muragth (8) since Middlesex dropped to 151 all out. Sussex are most likely to be back after decreasing Gloucestershire into 197-6 in their second innings at Bristol, a lead of just 27. Gloucestershire vs Sussex scorecard Fourth-placed Northamptonshire are also needing a second 119 runs on the final day to defeat Leicestershire at Grace Road. Leicestershire vs Northamptonshire scorecard Northamptonshire will restart on 22 without reduction after only 189 was managed by Leicestershire time about despite 60 from Colin Ackermann. Daryl Mitchell’s century helped Worcestershire beat Glamorgan by 155 runs at New Road. Worcestershire vs Glamorgan scorecard Mitchell’s 139 fostered prior to a bowling display saw the Welsh side, chasing 312, dismissed for 156, Worcestershire to 299. Read more:
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