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Freddie Wilde at the Ageas Bowl for Yorkshire 51-2 v Hampshire
We could just have had a massive moment in the season that could have repercussions up and down the country and possibly for England selection as well. With Yorkshire two down early on day one Gareth Berg found the edge of Gary Ballance's bat with a ball that may just have bounced a little more than the left-hander expected. The ball flew towards James Vince at third slip - a man who Ballance batted with for England this summer and may well be in direct competition with for a place in the Test team in Bangladesh; the ball reached Vince at waist height, hit his hands, bounced out, Vince scrabbled around for the rebound, may have got his hands to it at least twice more before it finally hit the turf in front of him.
That moment feels very significant, Hampshire will be desperate to make sure it isn't.
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David Hopps at Sussex 41-4 v Kent
With both Matt Coles and Hardus Viljoen looking a handful as they come down the hill at Hove, the last thi g they needed was the run out of their leading batsman. But that is what has occured - the end of Chris Nash coming when he was committed to a second run to square leg, only to find that Sean Dickson had dashed from short leg to field, his slide and throw in one motion pulling off an excellent run out. It looked for all the world like a comfortable two. Kent are entirely on top, but they need maximum batting points, too, to keep the pressure on Essex at the top of Division Two and they want to see this pitch settling a bit as they get deeper into the Sussex innings.