Abbas and Abbott lead Hampshire to a decisive victory

Best Batting Performances

With Yorkshire at 138 for 3 at the close of the third day of play thanks to half centuries from Adam Lyth (69*) and Shai Hope (53*), the visitors need only 63 more runs to defeat Sussex on the fourth day.

James Bracey (51) and Chris Dent (66) both scored fifty as Gloucestershire increased their lead to 246. Ajeet Dale's six-fer helped Worcestershire be bowled out for 157 runs in the first innings, as the visitors built up 172 for 3 by day's end on Day 3.

Kent reached 342 for 7 as Zak Crawley hit a 183-ball 170 to propel them. However, Simon Harmer's four strikes made sure that the hosts were in trouble against Essex, trailing by 109 runs.


Best Bowling Performances

On another rainy day at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff, Ben Raine struck three times to bring Glamorgan to 153 for 5, after Durham had called their first innings at 471 for 9.

After being asked to follow on, Northamptonshire collapsed for 63 in their second innings, giving Hampshire the victory by an innings and 270 runs. Mohammad Abbas claimed four wickets, and Kyle Abbott claimed three. James Fuller had earlier in the day bowled out the hosts for 149 runs with figures of 6 for 37.


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