County Championship: Sussex dig in against Kent to draw after following on

Ross Taylor
Sussex batsman Ross Taylor added 68 to the 142 not out he scored in the first innings against Kent
Specsavers County Championship Division Two, Tunbridge Wells, day four
Kent 575: Northeast 190, Dickson 81; Briggs 5-169
Sussex 333 & 255-5: Taylor 68, Finch 66; Tredwell 3-76
Kent 11 pts; Sussex 8 pts - match drawn
Match scorecard

Unbeaten Sussex held on for a comfortable draw against Kent in Division Two after being made to follow on at the start of day four.

Sussex had conceded a 242-run deficit and survival was their only objective on the final day at Tunbridge Wells.

First-innings centurion Ross Taylor (68) and Harry Finch (66) helped them to 255-5 before a draw was agreed.

Sussex have drawn eight of their nine Championship games in 2016, while Kent have eight draws in 11 outings.

Taylor, who added another half-century to the 142 not out he made in the first innings, is departing Sussex to join up with New Zealand on their tours of Zimbabwe and South Africa.