Jon Culley at Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire 239-5
Derbyshire have a first-innings lead for the first time this season and skipper Billy Godleman a century for the second match running but they have suffered a couple of setbacks since lunch, losing Alex Hughes lbw to Harry Gurney, who claimed his second wicket after a consultation between standing umpire Patrick Gustard and his colleague Graham Lloyd. It followed an appeal from Gurney backed up by wicketkeeper Chris Read against Gary Wilson. The ball ended up in Read’s gloves after passing between bat and pad. Neither the umpire nor the batsman appeared sure that there had been contact with the bat or just the pad or indeed what the appeal was for, Wilson holding his arms wide as Gustard wandered towards Lloyd at square leg, as if asking how he could be out. The answer, according to the official conflab, was caught behind. Godleman, who gave a chance in the slips on 12 last night, completed his hundred with his 11th boundary, helping a legside delivery from Gurney – not the first – on its way to the boundary. His ton included four overthrows too on what has been another below-par day for the Division Two leaders.