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David Hopps at Somerset 447-4 v Yorkshire
Yorkshire and Somerset put in a solid first hour's work at Taunton as Somerset resumed at 342 for 3, but the session has swung heavily towards Somerset in the last half-hour.
James Hildreth, all fine touches, has secured his hundred, Peter Trego has put Adil Rashid into the top tier of the Ian Botham Stand, causing a scattering in a hospitality box, and Yorkshire's fielding has been deplorable.
Will Rhodes was unfortunate to misfield when the ball reared off a recently-laid drainage ditch, but there was less excuse for four byes when Gale, still restricted by a bruised knee, and Brooks failed to back up a throw from Rashid from third man to the bowlers' end, or when Hodd let through four byes off Rhodes, or when Gale's roll to the stumps wandered for another overthrow.
No Jack Brooks this morning, which as far as is known is tactical.
Jason Gillespie pronounced himself a "happy coach" at the end of the first day. He must be bloody ecstatic now.
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Jon Culley at Nottinghamshire 79-1 (22) v Warwickshire
Having benefited handsomely from Nottinghamshire's two most obvious fielding mistakes yesterday, Warwickshire have given some runs back today. The cost has not been so great (yet) as the let-offs for Chris Woakes (dropped on 19 and 29) proved to be, but Greg Smith helped himself to an extra 16 runs after Jonathan Trott spilled a routine chance at fourth slip off Woakes on 10 and Michael Lumb, dropped by wicketkeeper Tim Ambrose off Keith Barker before he had scored, has advanced to 18. Ambrose dived in front of first slip. Barker has the only wicket so far, thanks to Rikki Clarke doing his job at second slip when Smith nibbled one with a bit of extra bounce. Notts trail by 294.