Warwickshire’s Will Rhodes and Sam Hain secure draw at Yorkshire

Warwickshire’s Will Rhodes and Sam Hain secure draw at Yorkshire

Warwickshire’s Will Rhodes and Sam Hain secure draw at Yorkshire

Will Rhodes and Sam Hain both scored unbeaten hundreds of years to safeguard reigning champs Warwickshire from rout against Yorkshire in the LV= Insurance County Championship at Headingley.

The Bears started the last day on 57-3 in their subsequent innings, a shortage of 148, however captain Rhodes (111 not out) and Hain (109no) batted directly through the last day to deny the home side.

The pair shared a solid association of 227 as Yorkshire – who stay unbeaten in Division One this season – needed to make due with their fifth attract six games.

Essex’s bowlers took only 21 conveyances to guarantee the last Lancashire wicket and wrap up triumph by an innings and 56 runs at Emirates Old Trafford.

Luke Wood was the last Lancashire man to leave for 27, got behind off Jamie Porter as the Red Rose were excused for 232 in their subsequent innings.


It was Essex’s subsequent Championship win of the time and Lancashire’s most memorable home loss beginning around 2018.

Britain opener Zak Crawley scored his last part century of the counterpart for Kent as their game against Northamptonshire floated to a draw, underlining his great structure in front of the New Zealand Test series.

With little possibility of an outcome at Northampton, Crawley agreed to some time in the center, offering a 149-run opening stand to Ben Compton and amassing seven limits and a six while heading to 84.

Lewis McManus struck an unbeaten 58, with last man Ben Sanderson adding 33 as the home side saved the follow-on and were bowled out for 430 – a shortfall of 89. Kent arrived at 170-1 preceding the draw was concurred.

In Division Two, John Simpson equalled the record for wicketkeeping excusals in a coordinate at Lord’s with nine gets as Middlesex beat Durham by six wickets to remain top of the table.

The little gloveman accomplished the accomplishment for the second time in his profession at Lord’s with five casualties in Durham’s subsequent innings, with Toby Roland-Jones returning 6-35 as the guests were excused for 188 regardless of 60 from captain Scott Borthwick.


That left Middlesex pursuing 117 to win and skipper Peter Handscomb, showing up prior to getting together with the Australia A crew, closed down with an undefeated 39 to guide his side home.

Haseeb Hameed and Ben Slater joined for a solid opening stand of 167 to direct Nottinghamshire to a 10-wicket triumph over neighborhood rivals Derbyshire at Trent Bridge.

Hameed, dropped from England’s Test side following the Ashes series the previous winter, amassed 93 not out in a free-streaming show of hitting, as well as passing the profession achievement of 4,000 five star runs.

Previous Derbyshire player Slater offered consistent help with an unbeaten thump of 64 and it was his exemplary limit drive off Leus du Plooy that took the home side past their objective.

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