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Hampshire's pace battery blew Warwickshire's top order away after their Specsavers County Championship match belatedly got underway at Edgbaston.
After a first-day washout, the visitors, who began the day needing eight points to secure their Division One status, accepted the option to bowl and promptly reduced the home side to five for three.
Warwickshire recovered to 79 for five, thanks principally to Dominic Sibley (50 not out, 106 balls, seven fours) at lunch but Hampshire's hold on their First Division status is looking stronger by the hour.
The first blow to the Bears was self-inflicted when Liam Banks played a ball wide of mid-on, embarked upon a single which wasn't there and was still mid-pitch when Gareth Berg's throw reached the wicketkeeper.
Kyle Abbot then struck twice as Jonathan Trott edged into the slips and Ian Bell was bowled, offering no shot, first ball.
Abbott then limped off, having tumbled in his follow-through, but Fidel Edwards continued the procession by bowling Matt Lamb and Tim Ambrose. That was 28 for five but Sibley and Alex Thomson dug in to add an unbroken 51 up to lunch.