After the batting thrills in England's one-dayer against Pakistan on Tuesday, it was the bowlers who, by and large, had the upper hand on day one of the latest County Championship matches.
Somerset's Tom Abell and Ben Slater of Derbyshire were the only centurions, while youthful spinners Kiran Carlson of Glamorgan and Warwickshire's Josh Poysden both claimed maiden five-fors.
Evergreen Essex seamer David Masters took seven, Notts paceman Harry Gurney six and Hampshire's Gareth Berg five, while Middlesex, Durham, Worcestershire, Northants and Kent were all bowled out in a less than a day.
What will tomorrow bring? I'm not clairvoyant, so I can't answer that. But please join us again tomorrow from 10:40 BST to see how things develop in our eight games.
Until then, have a good evening.