Emilio Gay succeeds the century when Northamptonshire dominated Surrey; Sam Cook hit 200 wickets first class as Essex paints Yorkshire; Lewis Gregory was important half a century as Somerset fought against Warwickshire
Last Updated: 12/09/22 10:16 pm
Emilio Gay scored a great century as Northamptonshire dominated the LV = Insurance County Championship, Surrey on the first day of winning the championship.
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The opening hitter Gay was fantastic as he was 145, the third and second first century of the season, as he helped his team to seamlessly score 249 for four who were stuck to hit the ball.
He was joined in the partnership with Will Young’s first 77 games and Rob Keogh’s 155 fourth, with Kemar Roach and Dan Worrall wobbling in between.
Keogh ended the day with a low-effort 75 but was succeeded by Gay’s goals.
200 first class plugs for Cook as Essex and Yorkshire bowls out
Sam Cook hit the 200th-tier career player mark in record-breaking fashion as Essex bowled Yorkshire for 134 on the bowler-friendly opening day at Headingley.
By taking an outstanding third place on 31 points from 15 rounds, the 25-year-old England Lions became the first British pitcher in more than half a century to double the under-average record. 20 years old.
Cook, who has 201 goals at a rate of 19.56 each, hit the record last guaranteed by Derbyshire’s Alan Ward in 1971 and took advantage of helpful conditions to whitewash his decision. captain Tom Westley at the start of the 12th 14th match of the two teams’ match. Part One.
He was supported by fellow triplet athlete Shane Snater’s with a score of 39, while Jamie Porter and Ben Allison claimed two balls each as the hosts were beaten just before tea, with George Hill scoring. the highest with 36.
No match could be played other than tea, which took place at 3pm, due to rain, with the Essex innings not starting.
Somerset fights against Warwickshire
Lewis Gregory’s half-century of defiance underpins Somerset’s tenacity on the weather-beaten opening day of their relegation battle with Warwickshire at Edgbaston.
After choosing to hit the ball on a slow and spinning surface, the visitors closed an 182-eight with an undefeated Gregory with 60 from 93 balls, including four fours and four sixs, after overseeing a impressive recovery from an 82-seventh hit.
Somerset is in deep trouble after Mohammed Siraj netted on his Warwickshire debut, scoring four for 54. But Gregory fought with high determination and added 58 with Josh Davey for the eighth and 42nd. uninterrupted with Sajid Khan for the ninth. .
His work meant that this pivotal matchup between the two sides currently dividing Division One’s relegation line ended its first day cut short, as 40 games were lost to rain and bad lighting, quite even.
Harris beat Glamorgan back to face Middlesex
Glamorgan pitcher James Harris returns to haunt his former teammates as he pits his side from back in Division Two’s first day clash with promotion competitors Middlesex at Lord.
With Middlesex 90 for one to answer for all 214 of the visitors, Harris produced a series of three without nine balls from the Nursery End, reducing the home side to 92 for four and recalling memories of big magic His all-time record is nine for 34 games against Durham at home cricket in 2015.
Mark Stoneman saw carnage from the other end to remain undefeated on 72 with Middlesex 132 for four as bad light ended playing four overs before the scheduled finish.
Before that, Chris Cooke was a mainstay in Glamorgan’s innings with 52, Ryan Higgins scored four to 59 in his first game since returning to the county from Gloucestershire and John Simpson made five catches behind the tree.
Worcestershire keeps slim advertising hope alive against Sussex
Joe Leach grabbed his 400th first place baton as Worcestershire dominated Sussex on day one at Hove to keep their slim promotion hopes alive.
In fact, Pears needs to win all three remaining games in Division Two and put himself in a strong position after knocking out Sussex for 220, while Leach claims four with 37.
That modest total represents the recovery of Sussex, who turned 23 in five years before a half-century by Fynn Hudson-Prentice, James Coles and Jack Carson revived them.
But the pitch had little terror for Worcestershire’s openers Ed Pollock and Jake Libby, who scored 87 goals without loss before the bad light ended six games early.
Leicestershire and Durham disappointed by the weather
Leicestershire and Durham had the rare experience of being let down by the weather on the first day at Uptonsteel County Ground.
Only 22 passes were possible before the rain forced the players off the field for an early lunch shortly after noon, with Leicestershire 97 for two, Sol Budinger debutant on 63 not coming out – although had to switch sticks after Ben Raine knocked it down. with the first ball of the day.