- Live Update
David Hopps at Derbyshire 466-5 v Kent 379
Easy pickings for Wayne Madsen and Shiv Thakor in the afternoon sunshine at Canterbury where the mood of Kent members has not visibly been improved by the sight of Matt Coles plodding around the outfield - the first time he has been sighted since his drink-related issues in Cardiff left Kent considering how best to respond.
Incidentally, my day started early with a trip to a local Canterbury car park to feed money into a meter, during which walk I found strewn across Burgate the passport, driving licence and various assorted life information of a Leicester University politics student.
I picked it up.
Well, I suppose it's been one of those weeks.
After an hour or so's enquiries I managed to track him down.
"I can't have lost it. I haven't been in Burgate."
"I think you'll find you have."
"Can you drop it in. I have to be in work for an hour and I am still in bed."
"It doesn't really work like that. Let me know when you get your life in order and come up with a better plan."
Saying thank-you would be a good start.
Politics students, eh?
He could wreck the country one day.
- Live Update
Freddie Wilde at the Ageas Bowl for Hampshire (219 & 146-4) v Somerset (474-8d)
Liam Dawson became Hampshire's fourth batsmen to fall on the stroke of 2 o'clock. On a day of tame dismissals his was perhaps the weakest of the lot. A limp push outside off stump flying to the hands of Marcus Trescothick at second slip. Michael Carberry has since survived a huge caught behind appeal, and, with the clouds closing in, things have begun to look a little tougher out there for the hosts.
I can't remember being there.... must have been Tom Hiddleston or someone