Well, that's another day's County Championship cricket done with.
It was not the most spectacular summer's day, weather wise (or so we are informed, anyway, as we haven't got out much).
But only one game was affected by the weather at the Riverside, where Worcestershire had Durham 47-6 at one point, only to then spend the rest of the day going on and off like a faulty car alarm.
As for the places where we have had cricket, Hampshire's Felix Organ made his maiden first-class century and Warwickshire's rarely used medium pacer Will Rhodes trundled his way to a most unlikely career-best haul of 5-17. And Ravi Ashwin took six wickets for bottom club Notts as they bowled out Surrey, to give themselves hope of escaping the drop.
As for the issues at the top of the respective divisions, it has gone with the formbook only at Old Trafford, where Lancashire spinners Matt Parkinson (6-23) and Glenn Maxwell (4-41) bowled out Sussex for 127, as all 10 wickets went down for just 50 runs, in an almighty collapse from 77-0.The Division Two leaders then closed on 149-1, totally in command.
But it has certainly not gone to plan for Division One's top two. A lot of work for Essex and Yorkshire to do.
There are also a few other major distractions tomorrow. But, for anyone who prefers their county cricket, we'll be here to talk you through it all.