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Live Reporting

Josef Rindl

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all folks

    I'll be with you from 10:20 BST tomorrow.

    Have a great evening all, I'm off to buy some ice cream.

    See ya!

  2. Close of play scores

    Division One

    Notts 272 & 339-8 dec v Lancashire 168 & 115-1 (target 444)

    Warwickshire 116 & 139-2 (target 296) v Hampshire 89 & 322

    Division Two

    Durham 503-8 dec v Glamorgan 97 & 333-7

    Essex (276) beat Gloucestershire 76 & 197 by an innings & 3 runs

    Northants 171 & 106-2 (target 320) v Surrey 252 & 238

    Division Three

    Derbyshire 313-8 v Leicestershire 528

    Kent (393) beat Worcestershire (133 & 204) by an innings & 56 runs

    Sussex 103-0 v Middlesex 676-5 dec (day two)

  3. Close of play at Derby

    Derbyshire 313-8 v Leicestershire 528

    Our final game comes to an end with Derbyshire trailing Leicestershire by 215.

    Looks like we're set for a tense one tomorrow with the Foxes needing 12 wickets in a day if they want the bragging rights over their neighbours.

    Right, let's not hang about, here's a quick recap of today's scores...

  4. WICKET

    Guest st Swindells b Parkinson 116 (Derbys 303-8 v Leics 528)

    Brooke Guest is caught behind off Callum Parkinson for a brilliant 116.

    Derbyshire look unlikely to avoid the follow-on now with another 76 required.

  5. Post update

    Derbyshire 303-7 v Leicestershire 528

    Five overs to go at Derbyshire, the only game remaining this evening.

    We might finish close to six today... lovely stuff!

  6. Close of play

    Sussex 103-0 v Middlesex 676-5 dec

    It's flat at Hove.

    Sussex finish day two on 103-0, Tom Haines on 73, in reply to Middlesex's record first-class score of 676-5 dec.

    Five wickets for 779 runs so far in this match. Hard graft for the bowlers!

  7. Close of play at Edgbaston

    Warwickshire 139-2 v Hampshire (target 296)

    Rob Yates (70 not out) and Sam Hain (five not out) survive until stumps.

    Warwickshire will need 156 runs to win tomorrow. Hampshire will need eight wickets.

  8. Post update

    Warwickshire 135-2 v Hampshire (target 296)

    Two overs to go at Edgbaston.

    Warwickshire happy to block.

  9. Close of play at Trent Bridge

    Notts v Lancashire 115-1 (target 444)

    George Balderson (45 not out) and Luke Wells (57 not out) survive.

    Lancs will need 329 runs to win tomorrow. It's unlikely, but this pair have at least given them half a chance.

    George Balderson
  10. Post update

    Notts v Lancashire 112-1 (target 444)

    Twelve balls left in the day. Can Nottinghamshire bag another wicket?

  11. Division Two update

    Plenty happening around the grounds. At Chester-le-Street, Glamorgan are doing their best to frustrate Durham.

    Andrew Salter is leading the way on 76 not out with the visitors 324-7, 82 runs off making Durham bat again.

    And in Northamptonshire, Surrey have taken their second wicket, leaving the hosts on 86-2, 234 runs away from victory.

  12. Post update

    Warwickshire 125-2 v Hampshire (target 296)

    Oh that's huge!

    Rob Yates finally gives one away, edging Liam Dawson.

    But James Vince in the slips can't hold on. Yates stays unbeaten on 60.

    Will Hampshire live to regret that? Seven overs remain on day three.

  13. WICKET

    Benjamin c Barker b Dawson 12 (Warwickshire 119-2 v Hampshire - target 296)

    Big, big wicket at Edgbaston as Chris Benjamin goes big, only to be caught on the boundary.

    Not a great shot in the circumstances. Take a look.

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  14. for Wells

    Notts v Lancashire 108-1 (target 444)

    This chase is on you know!

    Lancashire opener Luke Wells goes to fifty off his 109th ball.

    336 more required. The remaining six and a bit overs tonight will be crucial.

  15. WICKET

    Dal b Mike 106 (Derbys 283-6 v Leics 528)

    Maiden hundred and out for Anuj Dal.

    The Derbyshire batsman is removed by Ben Mike ending a fantastic sixth-wicket stand of 227 with Brooke Guest.

    Derbyshire still in danger of being made to follow on. They trail by 245.

  16. for Dal

    Derbyshire 279-5 v Leicestershire 528

    Anuj Dal joins his batting partner Brooke Guest in going to a maiden first-class century.

    210 balls, 15 fours.

    Brilliant batting from this pair who have now put on 223 for the sixth wicket at Derby.

  17. Slow but steady wins the race

    Hampshire 89 & 322, Warwickshire 116 & 107-1

    Ged Scott

    BBC Sport at Edgbaston

    It's not been so much the hare and the tortoise at Edgbaston this afternoon as the tortoise and the tortoise.

    But Dom Sibley and Rob Yates have done a very effective job for their side. Sibley even cut loose with his third four, a glorious off drive through extra cover. But, when, on 99-0, he tried to sweep spinner Liam Dawson and reach both his 50 and the Bears' 100 with a boundary, he got a top edge which flew straight up in the air and eventually straight back down again into the waiting hands of wicketkeeper Tom Alsop.

    Rob Yates and Dom Sibley

    The run rate might have been under two an over when they were parted but they posted Warwickshire's highest opening partnership this season, inching past the 76 Yates and Will Rhodes ran up at home to Nottinghamshire in May.

    Now, in the Bears' pursuit of 296 to beat a Hampshire attack having to labour hard without the injured Mohammad Abbas and Kyle Abbott, it's the turn of new boy Chris Benjamin.

    Just like that famous tortoise, it's slow and steady that should win the race. And the Bears still have another three sessions to complete the job tomorrow! But Benjamin is already off and running with his first boundary.

  18. for Rob Yates

    Warwickshire 102-1 v Hampshire (target 296)

    Rob Yates tickles one down to third man to bring up his 50 from 148 deliveries.

    It's also Warwickshire's 100. Brilliant, patient batting.

  19. WICKET

    Sibley c Alsop b Dawson 47 (Warwickshire 99-1 v Hampshire - target 296)

    Oh hello.

    This is out of character. Dom Sibley goes to sweep Liam Dawson, but the ball catches a leading edge and flies up to the keeper.

    That's the breakthrough Hampshire needed, with Warwickshire still needing 196 to win.

  20. for Guest

    Derbyshire 256-5 v Leicestershire 528

    This is some fightback from Derbyshire in Division Three!

    Brooke Guest reaches a maiden first-class hundred in a stand which is now worth exactly 200 with Anuj Dal (86 not out).

    They still trail by 272 after Leicestershire's mammoth first-innings 528, but these two have gone some way to saving the game for the hosts.