Yorkshire 153-4 trail Warwickshire by 66 runs
Warwickshire have taken three wickets to mark a productive second morning of their Specsavers County Championship match against Yorkshire at Headingley as the hosts reply to 219.
The White Rose are still ahead in the game, but not by a long way having reached lunch at 153 for four from 54 overs.
They started day two on 62 for one, with Adam Lyth and night-watchman Steve Patterson at the crease. Lyth has top-scored with 62.
Patterson fell to the third ball of the day without addition as he edged a drive at Ryan Sidebottom to slip.
Alex Lees fell for eleven when his off stump was uprooted by late in swing from Chris Wright - 98 for three in the 32nd over of the innings.
Opener Lyth had reached 50 off 102 balls just before the Lees wicket, but he was Yorkshire’s fourth man to fall in the innings when he played on trying to pull at Boyd Rankin’s third ball of the morning.
At that stage, Yorkshire were 115 for four in the 40th. Gary Ballance has reached lunch at 27 not out with Jack Leaning unbeaten on eleven.