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Robinson’s 14 wickets in one match are the highlight of a dull day.


Hitting acts

The best part of Yorkshire’s attempt to catch up to 491 was skipper Adam Lyth’s 174, which took 220 balls. In the end, though, they had to settle for a draw. But it wasn’t until George Gill and Jordan Thompson both hit fifty against Glamorgan that they got to 412.

After Somerset took a 77-run lead in the first innings thanks to Tom Kohler-Cadmore’s 130 and Jordan Mew’s 89, Northamptonshire answered in kind in their second innings. The captain, Sam Whiteman, led the batting with a patient 130, which included a 79-run stand for the eighth wicket with Tom Taylor, who also made a fifty.

After hanging on to a tie with Lancashire, Nottinghamshire could thank a brave Brett Hutton. The No. 8 player, Hutton, blocked 141 balls for an unbeaten 23. This included 43 balls with the last man, Olly Stone, who met only 5 balls in the stand before the game ended with both teams getting equal points.

Cheteshwar Pujara scored a hundred, and then Azhar Ali scored a hundred of his own. This helped Worcestershire keep up with Sussex and keep the game tied after giving up a 109-run lead in the first innings. Even though Ollie Robinson took 7 more wickets in the second innings, the innings was held up by Ali’s unbeaten 103 runs off 279 balls.

Measures taken at bowling

After getting 7 against Worcestershire in the first innings, Ollie Robinson did the same thing in the second innings, but it wasn’t enough to win.

Chris Rushworth destroyed Hampshire’s batting team with 7/38, giving Warwickshire a big win by an innings spread. Rushworth took seven of the nine wickets that fell, leaving Hampshire reeling at 35/9 before James Vince’s half-century gave them a slight lead, but not enough to undo the damage done by Rushworth.

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