Lancashire pull off a surprise first win of the season as James Anderson triggers a Somerset collapse at Old Trafford.
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Yorkshire captain Gary Ballance’s second century of the game secures a draw for his side against Hampshire.
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Lancashire pulled off a remarkable win over Somerset but that was the only result on a day when a shambolic end to play at Lord’s left everyone frustrated
Well that was a highly frustrating ending at Lord’s but oh well – what can you do, eh? Just the one result today, but what a result it was, with Lancashire pulling off a remarkable win over Somerset. Here are the results:
Ha, that’s all fairly shambolic. Middlesex needed two wickets but have the consolation of 12 points to Essex’s eight.
Not a great deal to say about that one is there.
The light’s got a bit worse again, but they should have been out there by now. Oh well. Good old Championship cricket.
Umpires are going off again, I think to tell the players that the match is a draw.
Here come the umpires again. Make or break this time, I reckon. Again, it’s fine to play. Absolutely fine.
The light really isn’t that bad here and yet they’re not out there. Cricket, sometimes.
In the IPL, Ben Stokes just bowled a wicket-maiden. The wicket was that of one Jos Buttler.
The umpires were out there for a long time, but they have no disappeared again …
Hands shaken between Durham and Gloucestershire.
They really should be back out there by now. Oh, here come the umpires.
While I wait for some more cricket, here are today’s highlights from Edgbaston.
Day 4: Match highlights
The game ended as a draw..
POINTS: Surrey 8, Warwickshire 5 pic.twitter.com/OQoDNSbtBf
The light is now considerably better than when they went off …
It’s looking a little bit lighter …
#TopKnock, say Glamorgan, and who am I to question them?
Hover cover coming out, but Middlesex players are still on the field. Here comes Mick Hunt, wearing shorts.
Embarrassing tweeting from an official account, this. Anyway, the umpires are still out there, and the Middlesex players are just sat on the Pavilion steps. From where I’m sat, the horizon off to the right is a bit brighter. So maybe we might get back on.
Ridiculously dark here at Lord’s and the umpires have finally taken the players off for bad light. #MIDvESS
They are going off at Lord’s … It’s very dark. Middlesex two wickets from victory. It’s bad light not rain.
An optimistic tweeter.
13 overs to go! Durham require 9 runs an over to win! #DURvGLO
Umpires chatting again. We are staying out there, but Middlesex don’t have long to sort this.
Wicket! Malan’s first ball does the trick! Grievous Bodily Harmer goes on the back foot to the leggie and is completely, utterly, plumb. Had to be. Good effort from Grievous to dig in for 20. Light surely all that can stop the Middles Saxons now.
Umpires coming together again – it’s darker still. Fine to bowl spin in my opinion, but they may take them off soon. Malan warming up.
Light being checked as the final hour begins. It’s suddenly pretty dark. Middlesex need three rapid ones.
Durham … behave.
WICKET! Richardson (26*) chops straight to mid-on & Van Buuren gets the wicket. Durham 53/4 #DURvGLO
For the first time I’m starting to question whether Middlesex will pull this off. It’s got darker again, and this pair have shared 30 in 12 overs. There are 17 left in the game. Murtagh on for Rojo with a funky field: three slips, short leg, very short cover and short midwicket.
4.50pm so it’s all over there too, and Surrey and Warwickshire, who are off the bottom by my calculations, share the spoils. They take 10 points to Surrey’s 13. Keith Barker 70 not out when hands were shaken.
Gary Ballance reaches his double-ton, and Yorkshire and Hampshire shake hands on a draw. What an effort from him. Off the field for a grand total of 14.2 overs in the match. Yorkshire take eight points to Hampshire’s 11.
Hampshire have been frustrated by the last two champions in the last fortnight – the awful pitches at the Ageas may be as much of a hindrance to their title ambitions as anything else.
The tidiest of starts. He has a double, now.
A four through midwicket takes Gary Ballance to 197* and 502 Champo runs already this season, from five innings. Mad. #countycricketlive
WICKET: Collingwood the latest to depart @DurhamCricket now 15-3
Ollie Rayner always fields at second slip, making loads of noise and generally being the life and soul of the Middlesex party. But he’s hurt his hand and is largely operating at midwicket. He looks so sad and lonely and out of place away from the cordon.
Livingstone likes that at first slip!
This very nearly sounds like the Somerset Twitter account are celebrating that result.
ALL OUT! Groenewald is bowled and Somerset are 130 all out. Lancashire win by 164 runs. #LANvSOM
SOMERSET HAVE GONE DOWN BY 164 RUNS, HAVING BOWLED LANCASHIRE OUT FOR 109 ON DAYT ON. WHAT IN GOD’S NAME IS GOING ON? THEY LED BY 169 ON FIRST INNINGS. EXPLAIN THIS TO ME READERS, I DEMAND THAT YOU EXPLAIN IT.
McLaren bowls Groenewald and Lancashire win by 164 runs, their first Champo victory since last May.
Shot! Oh, wait, there’s a man there.
Caught at third man for 0 when trying to save the game always seems an interesting way to go, although Leach did make his maiden half-century in the first innings, so fair enough.
Alarm bells start to ring in Bristol as Norwell gets Clark. 11 for two are Durham. Collingwood joins Jennings to restore some order.
Chappell gets Rudolph and Hopeless Glamorgan are four down to subterranean Leicestershire. Although they may not be underground for long.
How’s that for a ?! @finnysteve bowls Ravi Bopara & Middlesex are 3️⃣ away from victory
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Durham are one down already, as Stephen Cook goes to David Payne. Careful, lads.
Wicket! It’s only taken two balls! Finn bowls Ravi – he looked a bit squared up by it, oddly – and Middlesex need three more wickets for their first win of the season.
30 overs left in the game here at Lord’s. Finn is bowling to Ravinder of Bopara.
A wicket at the Ageas, but I don’t think it’ll make much difference.
OUT! Bresnan caught behind off Topley, 37. 356-6 in the 123rd. 132-lead with almost 35 overs left.
Lancashire are very nearly there! One of the wins of the season, this would be.
Here come Middlesex. It’s certainly bright enough to get some quickies on.
Sussex have signed Jerome Taylor for the Royal London One-Day Cup, what with Vernon Philander being out and all.
Gwan. Chase them down.
Durham need 205 to win from 31 overs. 6.6 an over the required rate #bbccricket
Play to restart at 4.15 at Lord’s.
Get em offfff
News from Lord’s is that we really should be back on very soon. The rain has stopped and the light is fine. The umpires are taking their sweet time over an inspection. Got to be close to returning.
Glamorgan are three down. They really are hopeless.
Somerset are 107 for seven as Davey goes to McLaren!
And tea at the Ageas too, where Yorkshire are doing just fine. The lead is 121.
Warwickshire’s lead is 260. They must be safe by now.
Go on Durham! (Sorry Glosters)
We’re back out after taking an early tea. #DURvGLO
Six down as McLaren gets Hildreth! Lancashire were bowled out for 109 in the first innings! 109!
Rain still falling at Lord’s, but it’s getting much brighter. Would think we will get back on.
Lancashire are halfway there!
Vish finally finds some Ballance in his life.
Yorks safe thanks to a remarkable display from Gary Ballance. Across the 4 days so far, he’s only been off the field for 12.3 overs.
Probably too little too late for Surrey, as Tom Curran gets Jeetan, his fourth wicket. 344 for eight, with a lead of 239, and only 35 overs in the match.
What a brilliant effort from Ballance. Quite superb. Write him off at your peril.
Ballance gets to 150 – 153 off 336 balls with 17x4s. @YorkshireCCC pretty safe now. 101-lead with a little under 45 overs remaining. 325-5
Now a bit grim at Lord’s. Hovercover on, but more covers coming out.
Glamorgan getting themselves in a pickle at Leicester. They are 20 for two as Lloyd goes to Raine. Over to the South Africans to save them.
Tea being taken now at Lord’s, which makes a lot of sense.
Now raining I think.
The weather is the only thing that can stop Middlesex here, I’ve no doubt about that. And we are going off. They still need four wickets. It feels like it might rain.
Off for light at Bristol as well… here at Lord’s, spin from both ends is the umps’ order. Malan having a trundle from the Nursery.
Rain at Leicester with Glamorgan 16 for one!
It’s really very dark at Lord’s.
James Anderson is purring and Somerset are in big trouble.
Want to work at Stuart Broad and Harry Gurney’s pub?
Grievous Bodily Harmer is one of those spinners who doesn’t play spin that well.
Glosters are nine down. Can Durham, can they? The lead is 173.
For Murtagh, there are five slips, all about eight metres behind the bat. One of them was Steven Finn, who has now been sent to mid-on. Nick Gubbins in at short leg.
We’ve just had a long look at the light and the upshot of it is that we are not going off, Rojo isn’t allowed to bowl but … Murtagh is. mmm.
You know the chant.
And there you go! Very next ball. Tendo throws the hands hard and is caught at third slip by Franklin. Straight in, no mistake. Middlesex are such a good team,m and now they’re into the tail.
Four slips and a gully, a bit dark, old ball doing a little = Rojo all over Tendo.
Like this from Middlesex. Four mean – three under lids – round the bat for Rayner. 114 for five.
Surrey on the move …
WICKET: Ambrose ct Sangakkara b T. Curran 85
Good news for fans of county cricket and fast bowlers, bad news for the batsmen of Division Two.
Hearing there’s rain about at Leicester, making that declaration even more maddening. If you’re lucky, I might have a rant about Leicestershire later.
Is there anything there? Anything?
Sharp catch from Scott Borthwick off Tom Curran to dismiss Rikki Clarke for 27…Warks 302-6 lead by 197 runs #bbccricket
Wicket! Roland-Jones had returned to the attack, and consecutively drew Wheater – who looked terrible, frankly – with both falling short of first, then third slip. But the fourth ball of the over gets a wicket! This time it carries to fourth slip, where Malan takes a good catch low to his left. Essex are half-out, and Tendo is in with Ravi. Skies darkening. Rain a possibility any time from three.
Finally! 360 for six declared. Glamorgan require 355 from 57, which will be one hell of a chase.
Pettini has that century at Grace Road. When will they declare? 346 ahead, 59 overs after this one.
Wicket!! Just as things were getting very gritty, Finn shows up and takes a wicket! It’s full and outside off, Lawrence has driven, nicked it, and Voges has taken a juggling catch – snaffled it on the third attempt, I reckon – at first gripper. 104 for four.
Gloucestershire eight down – Onions and Rushworth working their magic! The Glosters have lost four wickets for two runs!
Oh. No way to go.
WICKET! Abell is caught behind for 0 off the bowling of McLaren. Somerset 38 for 2 with Hildreth joining Trescothick at the crease. #LANvSOM
Gloucestershire are seven down!
The wicket at OT.
Rushworth gets Dent, the centurion, and Glos are effectively 137 for four. Two men on 0, 60 overs in the game.
Onions gets Mustard!
WICKET! Mustard (15) is pinned LBW by @BunnyOnions!
253/5, lead of 137; Dent 101* #GLOvDUR
Would think we must be very close to a Leicestershire declaration against Glamorgan. 64 overs left, they are 306 ahead. Pettini there on 90. Must be mighty flat.
Hearing that Breso was dropped at the Ageas, and that they’ll be back on in about 15 minutes at Edgbaston. Surrey will need quick inroads.
It’s much brighter at Lord’s after lunch, which is good. There is rain on the way I fear. Finn bowling from the Nursery End, Rayner at the Pavilion.
Wicket at Old Trafford! Jarvis gets Elgar! 29 for one and game right on.
Right, all four Div One games are on a blooming knife-edge. But the Div Two ones are dying a death, unless the skippers can get inventive. Here are the scores:
For Lawrence, who love the legside, Middlesex have a shortish midwicket, a silly mid-on and two men in the deep.
Hard man, is Tim Bresnan. Shake it off son.
Bresnan has been hit, looks like right thumb, by a rising Abbott delivery. Receiving treatment. 270-5 in the 87th.
Bit dark at Eggybaston so lunch taken. It’s dark here too.
Rain at Leicester. Hard to get too worked up about that tbh.
Serious knock from Tim Ambrose at Edgbaston. The lead there is 160, with five wickets in hand. Could be fun yet.
Grim ball to get early doors, this.
Bit harsh, but I agree that Dawson is hardly the most gainly bowler.
@willis_macp hadn’t really noticed before just what a mess Liam Dawson’s action is, like Ashley Giles’ but with more falling over
Rayner into the attack and he’s got Cook straight away, caught at short leg! Hone straight on, taken the inside edge and there’s Eskinazi, who is having a belting game! 74 for three and Lawrence and Ravi in on 0.
Wowzer! Maybe Hampshire can force this. Over to you, G-Ballz. What a bowler KAbbott is.
New ball/pill/conker being taken at the Ageas… and Abbott gets a wicket with it straight away! Bairstow gone. Yorks 5 down, 38 ahead!
This is not a bright piece of cricket.
Wicket! Rojo gets Westley lbw with one that stayed low! Very unfortunate. Just like at the Ageas, this is a dog of a pitch. 74 for two.
Apologies to Lewis Gregory from all at cc – live! towers. I said he got four but he actually got five! What am I like? Anyway, what I’ve done there, is I’ve underrated an underrated cricketer.
Big wicket before the new ball at the Ageas! And advantage England ahead of the ASHES!
OUT! Handscomb caught and bowled by Dawson off leading edge for 40. 258-4 in the 79th.
Gregory gets Parry, his fourth, and it’s GAME ON! Somerset need 295 off 77, I believe.
Hard to argue with Jake Lehmann here. Ballance knows how to bat, and he knows how to have fun.
Garry Ballance… Some serious man love, genius on and off the field!
And now Jarvis to Groenewald! 462 for nine. Just a great game of cricket, that.
McLaren gone to Gregory at Old Trafford. Lancs’ lead is approaching 300. Would be one hell of a chase.
One for the bad guys.
Bell goes one run short of his century, Skipper Gareth Batty with the wicket!
NOOOOO! Ian Bell, after batting beautifully, out on 99 to Batty. And gloomy clouds immediately gather over Edgbaston.
McLaren and Parry remorselessly ploughing on at Old Trafford. Stand is 77, lead is 287 and there are 82 overs in the game. How ambitious is Livi?
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Twin hundreds for Ballance, and three in four innings v Hampshire this year. Also 10 in 13 matches as an FC captain.
Brydon Carse gets George Hankins – all sounds like elaborate ryhming slang, doesn’t – at Bristol. Glos 202 for four, in front by 86.
Handscomb takes Topley for 10 in four balls and Yorkshire are in front. It really is an awful wicket at the Ageas. Pitches like that should have the inspector knocking, not those that see 40 wickets in two-and-a-half days. At least that’s exciting.
No wickets at Old Trafford, Edgbaston or the Ageas so far. All very tranquil.
Cook reached 20,000 first-class runs a little while ago. Well done him.
They are back on at Old Trafford, which is good news. Lancashire on’t charge.
Bowled him! Middlesex are on the move! Murtagh’s weaseled one through Nick Browne’s gate and Essex are 38 for one!
Maybe that contrivance won’t be necessary after all.
News from the Ageas #AdvantageYorkshire
.@hantscricket will be without seamer Brad Wheal today due to a side injury.
As I’ve had a couple of tweets this morning it seems a good moment to remind you lot that I am contactable on that medium. The handle is @willis_macp. You can also email me! email@example.com is the address for that.
Ambition in the Four Ridings!
@willis_macp Morning! Definitely thinking Yorkshire should bat until tea and give ourselves a session to bowl them out
More news from Edgbaston, where county cricket’s hardiest fan is said to be alive and well.
I know you’ve all been eagerly waiting for this: yesterday I went to Bay 25 & spoke to the mystery man. He’s alive and his name is David.
Here’s the link for the cricket at Edgbaston.
A wicket at Grace Road (sorry, the Fischer County Ground) where a contrivance is thought to be on the way. De Lange gets Eckersley and it’s 205 for four.
Hover cover coming off after all of two minutes at Lord’s.
In the absence of cricket, here’s Kent.
Oh for pete’s sake, they’re off for rain in Manchester after 11 balls. If rains that … well, I don’t know what I’ll do.
Oh for pete’s sake, as I type that the hover cover is coming on at Lord’s! The players are going off. It’s barely raining!
This looks like exactly the sort of day I wouldn’t fancy facing Kyle Abbott on.
Go well lads! & pic.twitter.com/qzYEuswhRH
Middlesex have a silly mid-off for Nick Browne.
Dial M for Murtagh is about to bowl the first ball to Alastair Cook. Andy Bull is here!
Morning Stuie! Thanks! Gloucestershire still have a bit of work to do!
Hearing we might have a contrivance on the cards at Grace Road too. Possibly a target for Glamorgan to chase of 360 in 65 overs…
@willis_macp morning will feeling good this morning after a contribution to the great work u guys do, glos doing good!
Well hello there. Happy Monday. I’m Will Macpherson and I am quite literally at Lord’s to bring you updates on the action between Middlesex and Essex and all the other games, too, because that is what I do! We have six games left after Derbyshire were Darren Stevens’d yesterday. Today, Division One is all about saving games.
Here at The Home Of Cricket, it is overcast and there is some rain due later, which makes Middlesex’s failure to enforce the follow-on then curiously tardy declaration all the more baffling. Essex, with the kid Cook at the crease, will need to bat until it rains, basically. Gary Ballance and Ian Bell, England’s No3 and No4 as recently as two summer ago but now county captains, have games to save for Yorkshire at Hampshire and Warwickshire against Surrey respectively. The best poised game of all is at Old Trafford, where all four results are possible.
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Sri Lanka Cricket is pleased to announce the following team for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 to be held in England & wales from the 1 – 18th of June 2017. The Team is led by National Captain Angelo Mathews and will be comprised of the following players: 1. Angelo Mathews – Captain, 2. Upul Tharanga – Vice Captain, 3. Niroshan Dickwella, 4. Kusal Janith Perera, 5. Kusal Mendis, 6. Chamara Kapugedera, 7. Asela Gunaratne, 8. Dinesh Chandimal, 9. Lasith Malinga, 10. Suranga Lakmal, 11. Nuwan Pradeep, 12. Nuwan Kulasekera, 13. Thisara Perera, 14. Lakshan Sandakan, 15. Seekkuge Prasanna Standby on Tour: 16. Dilruwan Perera 17. Dhanushka Gunathilaka The following five (5) players have been selected as standby who will… Read More →
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A city-based Twenty20 tournament could have “far-reaching consequences” for counties who play at non-Test match grounds, says Kent chief Jamie Clifford.
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Colombo went on to chalk up its second successive win in a forceful comeback on day-4 following a tie and a loss on the first two days while Kandy pocketed its third win atoning for the loss to Colombo in the previous game in the ongoing Super Provincial Tournament. Kandy’s win saw them lead the table with 6 points with Colombo a close second with 5 points. Colombo beat Galle by 3 wickets in a high scoring match displaying the depth as good chasers by topping Galle’s 299 for 9 in 50 overs at the R. Premadasa Stadium while Kandy registered a 39-run win over Dambulla having totaled 323 for 5 wickets in 50 overs at the Dambulla Stadium. Dambulla… Read More →
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2017 a fairytale comeback for Kapugedera? The year 2017 could well go down as the comeback year in international cricket for Chamara Kapugedera. At age 30 the right hander, who had conspicuously evaporated off the international cricketing radar appearing and disappearing in fits and starts following an erosion of early promise, has indeed ignited new expectations in the breasts of home cricket fans. What has certainly set off the buzz is the naming of the Kandy born Kapugedera in a 15-man squad for the June 1 to 18 Champions Trophy in England and Wales. Kapugedera’s inclusion has been on suddenly looming from the pedestrian 20 to 30 odd scores in the sparse ODI and T20 outings to mounting a sound… Read More →
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- Batsman Shaun Marsh and allrounder James Faulkner also miss out
- Hilton Cartwright, Ashton Agar and Billy Stanlake awarded first contracts
Troubled Test spinner Steve O’Keefe, injury-prone batsman Shaun Marsh and allrounder James Faulkner have missed out on Cricket Australia contracts for the 2017-18 season. But there was better news for fringe Test players Hilton Cartwright and Ashton Agar and young paceman Billy Stanlake, who have been awarded their first contracts.
Faulkner, Marsh, Peter Siddle, George Bailey, Joe Burns, Nathan Coulter-Nile, John Hastings, Peter Nevill and retiree Adam Voges are the players named on last year’s initial contract list to miss out.
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The first Test between West Indies and Pakistan remains in the balance, but the third day belonged to record-breaker Younis Khan.
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