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Summary

  1. Somerset reduce Warwickshire to 110-7 after being bowled out for 209
  2. Surrey's Will Jacks hits maiden first-class century against Kent at Beckenham
  3. Hampshire reach stumps on 288-6 against Notts in game on Isle of Wight
  4. Jimmy Anderson claims 5-25 as Lancashire dismiss Worcestershire for 172 at Old Trafford
  5. Chris Jordan and Ben Brown both pass 150 for Sussex against Northants

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By Paul Grunill and Paul Harrison

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  1. Signing off

    A total of 77 wickets fell in our seven Championship games today, but the contest between ball and bat has not been entirely one-sided.

    Innings of the day: 120 by Surrey's Will Jacks against Kent at Beckenham. His maiden first-class hundred, which helped the reigning champions recover from 65-5 to 420-9.

    Partnership of the day: An unbroken 320 between Chris Jordan (158 not out) and Ben Brown (153 not out) at Northampton as Sussex reached 370-6.

    Bowling of the day: A career-best 5-18 by Oliver Hannon Dalby for Warwickshire at Somerset and 5-52 by the immaculate Jimmy Anderson for Lancashire against Worcestershire.

    We'll be back with you from 10:30 BST on Tuesday. See you then.

    Surrey's Will Jacks
  2. Close of play scores

    Division One

    Hampshire 288-6 v Nottinghamshire

    Surrey 420-9 v Kent

    Somerset 209 v Warwickshire 110-7

    Division Two

    Derbyshire 378 v Glamorgan 214-4 (day two)

    Durham 158 v Gloucestershire 120-5

    Worcestershire 172 v Lancashire 88-5

    Sussex 370-6 v Northamptonshire

  3. Root survives to stumps

    Derbyshire 378 v Glamorgan 214-4 - close

    A maiden over by Matt Critchley to Jeremy Lawlor and that is all she wrote for the day at Derby.

    The visitors trail by 164 and their first task on day two will be to make sure they avoid the prospect of having to follow-on before trying to get as close to Derbyshire's first innings total as possible.

    Billy Root will resume 53 not out, with Lawlor on four.

  4. for Billy Root

    Derbyshire 378 v Glamorgan 212-4

    The move to south Wales from Nottingham certainly seems to have done Billy Root a power of good.

    After an innings of 126 in last month's Championship game against Northants, and scores of 113 not out and 98 in the One-Day Cup, he now has another half-century, this one reached with a single off Logan van Beek.

    There are two overs remaining and Glamorgan want him there at the close.

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  6. Root secures batting point

    Derbyshire 378 v Glamorgan 204-4

    Glamorgan collect their first batting point as Billy Root nudges Matt Critchley's leg-spin down to third man for four and then puts away a full toss through mid-wicket for another boundary. The brother of England Test captain Joe now needs only three runs fo his fifty.

  7. WICKET Hemphrey lbw van Beek 75

    Derbyshire 378 v Glamorgan 189-4

    Charlie Hemphrey edges past the slips for four, but fails to make contact with Logan van Beek's next delivery and falls leg-before. Jeremy Lawlor is the new Glamorgan batsman, with Billy Root on 36 at the other end.

  8. Glamorgan pair build valuable stand

    Derbyshire 378 v Glamorgan 184-3

    So the only place with action still going on is Derby.

    Charlie Hemphrey (71) and Billy Root (36) have added 64 so far for Glamorgan's second wicket and there are, in theory, eight overs to go before stumps.

  9. Durham fight back at Riverside

    Durham 158 v Gloucestershire 120-5 - close

    Durham fought back with the ball after another undistinguished batting effort on day one against Gloucestershire.

    The Durham top four managed only 13 runs between them and their first innings lasted only 56.4 overs as David Payne took 4-40 for the visitors.

    Jack Burnham (43) and Ben Raine (42) played the only innings of substance for the home side, but Matt Salisbury's 3-18 gave them a lift as Gloucestershire struggled in reply.

    Benny Howell was 27 not out at stumps, with Josh Shaw on eight.

  10. Sussex pair punish Northants

    Sussex 370-6 v Northamptonshire - close

    Chris Jordan and Ben Brown took their unbroken partnership to 302 in the final over at Wantage Road after rescuing their side from a poor start at Northampton.

    Ben Sanderson picked up three wickets in the morning as the visitors were reduced to 65-5 in the 27th over, but Northants recovered as Jordan and Brown batted brilliantly.

    They collected 44 boundaries between them, with Jordan reaching a career-best 158 not out and Brown making an unbeaten 153 - just 10 short of his highest first-class score.

  11. Surrey on top at Beckenham

    Surrey 420-9 v Kent - close

    Rikki Clarke plays out a maiden over from Matt Milnes to end the opening day's at Beckenham after hitting the first six of the game in the previous one, bowled by spinner Adam Riley.

    He will resume on 87 not out on the second morning, with only last man Conor McKerr for company, but Surrey have somehow put themselves firmly in control of the game despite having been 65-5 during the morning session.

    Scott Borthwick started the recovery with 95, but the innings of the day was played by Will Jacks, who made 120 off 194 balls, with 20 fours, his maiden first-class century.

    South African Wiaan Mulder marked his Kent debut with 4-103, but their attack suffered in the latter part of the day, with conditions less challenging for batting.

  12. WICKET Anderson lbw Parnell 4

    Worcs 172 v Lancs 88-5 - close

    Wayne Parnell strikes again late in the day, trapping Jimmy Anderson in front of his stumps.

    Parnell has three wickets as Worcestershire fight back at Old Trafford after a dreadful start.

    Anderson had earlier taken 5-25 - his best county return for almost four years - while Parnell hit 63 as Worcestershire recovered from 38-7.

    A total of 15 wickets have fallen on day one.

    Wayne Parnell celebrates
    Image caption: Wayne Parnell removed Rob Jones and Jimmy Anderson late in the day
  13. Hampshire edge first day at Newclose

    Hants 288-6 v Notts - close

    Hampshire's first game on the Isle of Wight since 1962 is finely balanced.

    Nottinghamshire's decision to bowl first had looked a bad one as Hampshire reached a patient 112 despite a few alarms.

    But the visitors hit back with two wickets each for Jake Ball and Steven Mullaney.

    Hampshire's top five all got starts with Joe Weatherley top-scoring with 66 and fellow opener Oliver Soames out for 44. In fact, only Tom Alsop failed to reach double figures and the opening stand may yet prove to be key on what looks a good four-day pitch.

    The day also marked the Hampshire debut of India batsman Ajinkya Rahane but he was out for 10 - Stuart Broad's only wicket of the day. The England man will feel he could have had more with several balls catching or beating the outside edge.

    Another England player, Liam Dawson, posted 25 to pass 7,000 first-class runs.

    Aneurin Donald (35) and Ian Holland (24) are the not-out batsmen.

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  14. for Ben Brown

    Sussex 365-6 v Northamptonshire

    Ben Brown takes a single off Rob Keogh to reach 150 not out off 228 balls. An absolutely invaluable member of this Sussex side, Brown and Chris Jordan have now added 297 for the seventh wicket.

  15. Maximum batting points for Surrey

    Surrey 402-9 v Kent

    Surrey have their fifth batting point as Rikki Clarke whips Matt Milnes away for four and then deflects the next one over the keeper's head to take the Surrey total past 400. It has been some turnaround by the defending champions and Clarke now has 75 not out.

  16. WICKET Jones c Mitchell b Parnell 25

    Worcs 172 v Lancs 82-4

    Now then. Wayne Parnell strikes late in the day, Rob Jones caught at slip by Daryl Mitchell for 25.

    Lancs are four down with a couple of overs left at Old Trafford. Jimmy Anderson is in as the nightwatchman.

  17. for Chris Jordan

    Sussex 367-6 v Northamptonshire

    The race is on to be the first to 150 at Northampton and Chris Jordan beats Ben Brown to the landmark after hitting three fours off Luke Procter in one over. It's taken him 202 balls and he's hit 24 fours so far, and it's the highest score of his career.

    The partnership with Brown is now worth 289 and there are four overs to go before stumps.

  18. WICKET Batty c Robinson b Stevens 24

    Surrey 390-9 v Kent

    Darren Stevens

    Are Surrey going to last the day at Beckenham?

    There are five overs and one ball remaining after Gareth Batty edges fellow veteran Darren Stevens to the keeper, after making his 24 at a run a ball.

    Rikki Clarke is still there on 58 as he is joined by number 11 Conor McKerr.

  19. WICKET Brookes c Gregory b Leach 7

    Somerset 209 v Warwickshire 110-7 - close

    It's been a day for bowlers at Taunton with Division One leaders Somerset and so it ends as England spinner Jack Leach finds the edge of Henry Brookes' bat and he is caught at second slip.

    Somerset managed only one batting point as Oliver Hannon-Dalby took a career-best 5-18 for Warwickshire, but the visitors have not found it any easier and trail by 99 at stumps with only three wickets standing.

    Liam Banks, though, has show plenty of resolve for the visitors, the 19-year-old batting for 95 minutes for an unbeaten 26 - the joint highest score in Warwickshire's innings so far.

  20. Batty frustrates Kent

    Surrey 376-8 v Kent

    Gareth Batty is now one of the county game's elder statesmen at 41, and he's been dealing almost exclusively in boundaries since coming to the crease, with four so far in his 17 not out.

    Maximum batting points was an unlikely prospect when they were 65-5 during the morning session, but Scott Borthwick (95) and Will Jacks (120) turned the game in their favour and they are now pushing on towards 400 with six and a bit overs to go.