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Freddie Wilde at the Ageas Bowl for Yorkshire 281 and 238-5 dec v Hampshire 222 and 84-4
It is properly, properly, raining here. We will not be seeing any more cricket today. This match is going to be a draw.
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Jon Culley at Warwickshire 113-4 v Middlesex
Middlesex have used 16 of the minimum 36 overs left in the match when played resumed and have claimed one wicket so far when Chris Wright, the nightwatchman, was leg before playing back as Ollie Rayner came round the wicket. The visitors opened with Rayner at the Birmingham End and wanted to start off with Toby Roland-Jones at the Pavilion End but umpires Millns and Saggers were concerned about the light, which was probably only borderline for staying on, and ruled thay would have to use spin at both ends. Assuming play continues without further stoppages and Ravi Patel now stays on for the duration, there are probably another 23 overs left.
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Jack Brooks took three wickets in 12 balls just before tea on day four, but ultimately Yorkshire were frustrated by the weather and had to settle for a Specsavers County Championship draw against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.
The reigning champions claimed 10 points from a match they looked likely to win at the halfway stage, but 77 overs were lost on day three and 40.2 more on day four.
Brooks’s burst kept their hopes firmly alive until deep into the fourth afternoon when, faced with a target of 298 in 70 overs, Hampshire slipped to 74 for four, including the loss of James Vince for 16.
Shortly afterwards, bad light forced an early tea with Hampshire at 84 for four in the 32nd over, and no more play was possible.
It means that Yorkshire will close the gap on leaders Middlesex by a point to just four with three matches to play as long as their match against Warwickshire at Edgbaston also finishes in a draw.
As for second-bottom Hampshire, they claimed nine points and are now 14 points behind Durham with two to play. Durham have a game in hand.
Yorkshire scored 95 runs in 22 overs before declaring 25 minutes before the scheduled lunch break, which was taken early due to rain.
When Gareth Berg dorced Gary Ballance to chop on, it was his seventh wicket in the match and the 200th of his first-class career.
Hampshire’s chase started after lunch, and despite losing Will Smith lbw to Ryan Sidebottom as he played to leg in the third over, leaving the score at eight for one, the hosts batted steadily to blunt the visiting charge.
Tom Alsop and Jimmy Adams shared 42 for the second wicket before Brooks, who took five wickets in the first innings, raised visiting hopes.
He had Alsop caught at short-leg, Adams caught at second slip for 30 and then England Test batsman Vince caught at first slip.