Will the Jacks turn the tables for the leaders of the Surrey County Championship, while Jack Brooks returns to haunt Yorkshire with three horns for Somerset
Last updated: 7/20/22 9:39 pm
A superb 150-hit knock-out from Will Jacks turned the tide for the leaders of LV=Insurance County Championship Surrey in their clash with Essex.
Will Jacks’ stunning 150 help LV = Insurance County Championship take the top Surrey get out of trouble and into a strong position against Essex at Kia Oval.
Surrey edged out Essex’s 159 points after usurping 112 for seven for a second day, and that precarious position could be even worse if Alastair Cook keeps the chance to slip with the Jacks over nine.
Jacks capitalized on the drop, getting support from Tom Lawes (19) and Kemar Roach (29), and bursting into action as Surrey fell to nine, smashing Simon Harmer two six on his way to three characters. .
Worse still was following Harmer as he conceded 23 in the next, including three in a row, while Matt Critchley conceded 26 out of five balls as the Jacks rose from 100 to 150 in just 16 hits. serve.
Surrey was knocked out 319 and led 48 times before Daniel Worrall, whose ability to resist 17 balls allowed the excellent Jacks, took center stage on his own. With six games left of the day, he continued his first inning six at 56 by knocking out Alastair Cook and Sam Cook as Essex closed at 19 with two.
Elsewhere in Division One, Yorkshire was left behind by their former seafarer Jack Brooks, who had three for 38 put Somerset commander at Taunton.
Tom Abell only added two to his overnight 114 but Lewis Gregory’s 77 overtook Somerset to 424, where British cameraman Dom Bess took four brackets, but it was Brooks’ impact that drove Yorkshire wobble.
Brooks, who played for Yorkshire from 2013-2018, beat captain Adam Lyth before usurping Harry Brook and Matthew Revis was in form from head-to-head as White Rose finished with 167 goals.
Joe Denly’s 70 not out, plus 40 unbeaten from Jordan Cox, done Kent to 198 for four in their second inning and a 138 lead against Warwickshire at Edgbaston.
Sam Hain fell short with 99 points while Warwickshire ran out of 225 and had a first 60-game lead, with Navdeep Saini picking up 5 72 points on his debut for Kent, who recovered from 105 to 4 thanks to Denly and Cox.
Jack White’s five for 14 turned the tide Northamptonshiresupport against Lancashire at Wantage Road.
India leader Washington Sundar picked up five points on his Lancashire debut as Northamptonshire dropped to 235 but it was soon put in the shade through White’s numbers 13-6-14-5 as Red Rose collapsed in a pile down 132. Northamptonshire went to the stump on 25 for one of their second innings.
James Vince had lost five brief games in a century at Hampshire’s 457, with Keith Barker beating a quick 50 of 38 ball game, against Gloucestershire at Cheltenham.
Gloucestershire closed on the 43rd with two reactions.
With both teams precariously placed above the relegation zone, Warwickshire won the throw and their hunters exploited the conditions to hit the ball Kent out with 165. Jordan Cox (48) was the only hitter to really make it difficult for the scorers as Hannon-Dalby robbed six points for 40 and Henry Brookes robbed three for 56.
However, Warwickshire then struggled with the bat to finish with 155 for six. Sam Hain’s 68 shot didn’t go out after captain Will Rhodes made 32.
Navdeep Saini won three horns on his first outing for Kent, with Matthew Milnes also claiming a pair.
Ben Duckett’s 241 and Haseeb Hameed’s 196 in a record 402 from 513 balls gave Division Two the goalscorers Nottinghamshire to 618 for eight claims against Derbyshire.
The partnership is the Nottinghamshire record for the second wicket and the fifth-highest for that wicket in the competition’s history, with Derbyshire finishing with 164 for two at Derby.
231 of Cheteshwar Pujara formed the backbone of Sussex523 of all against Middlesexwho closed on the 103rd without a loss to the grace of God for a century of uninterrupted time compared to Sam Robson (45 not out) and Mark Stoneman (47no).
Wiaan Mulder’s unbeaten 147 shot has given Leicestershire 387 goals in five league games after they clinched their first win of the day against Glamorgan at Grace Road.