Gloucestershire everything. Sussex needs 84 to win.
Ah! I forgot that the successor in County Cricket is 150. Warwickshire has indeed succeeded. And bad luck! Nick Browne is out for the fourth ball of the innings. Essex 0/1.
Essex is all out for a pork morning for 324, A deficit of 193. Warwickshire just has to end the day to be convinced of Division One cricket next year, and give Somerset a tasty lead in the last two rounds.
The irrepressible Jeetan Patel finished with 6-73.
A wicket on Grace Road, Rob Newton for 29, but certainly too late to wobble at the last minute. Northants 74-1, need 67.
Thinking on the New Zealand tour – what I was reminded of Lord yesterday, habit count for the new Test World Cup. If they let most World Cup and Test players rest and Stokes hands over the captain – assuming he would like to return to New Zealand – who else gets on the plane? Some names you should throw in the pot – Sibley, Crawley, Azad (too early?), Pope, Foakes, Ollie Robinson, Donald, Malan, Gregory, Bartlett?
Essex has a Friday wobbleIn the first half hour, two gates have disappeared.
Gloucestershire have one of these mornings, The eighth wicket takes the lead with only 35 points. Sussex, who was berated by a rather wretched bunch of home fans before the summer break, could pull the rabbit out of his hat.
On his fiftieth birthdayShane Warne makes one of his most important contributions to the topic of cricket and is in favor of the climate crisis.
A wicket with the fourth ball of the day for Chris Jordan in Bristol, Jack Taylor for ten. Gloucestershire's lead is only 30.
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We could pass the time BTL on a quiet day we chew on our pens to contemplate for the men's 16 winter tour parties the 16: New Zealand in November for five T20's and two Tests; then a mega tour of South Africa from December to February, consisting of four tests, three ODIs and three T20s.
START OF GAME POINTS
Department One: Warwickshire 517; Essex 278-6, Essex Trail of 239 runs with four remaining wickets (first innings).
Department two: Gloucestershire 200 & 197-6; Sussex 370. Gloucs leads with 27 runs and four remaining wickets (second innings).
Department Two: Leicestershire 308 & 189; Northants 357 & 22-0. Northants need 119 runs to win.
Hampshire (149 & 436) beat Surrey (162 & 151) for 272 runs.
Kent (304 & 259) beat Nottinghamshire (124 & 212) for 227 runs.
Somerset (199 & 329) Yorkshire (103-9 & 127-9) for 298 runs.
Middlesex (143 & 151) beat Durham (147 & 191) by 44 runs.
Lancashire (418) beat Derbyshire (244 & 129) of an innings and 45 runs.
Worcestershire (205 & 299) beat Glamorgan (193 & 156) by 155 runs.
Good Morning! from this last day the round before the penultimate round of the season, where only three games are left to play. In Manchester, the day Lancashire won against Derbyshire yesterday is bright. They were clearly the best team in Division Two all season.
Somerset finished 17 points ahead of yesterday Essexwho has to perform a small miracle at Edgbaston to win 239 runs without Tom Westley 123 failing.
Northants (22-0) only need 119 runs to beat Leicestershire and to boost their chances of promotion; and Gloucestershire I slipped against it Sussex, which are still in the mix – with four seconds more lead them with only 27.
The weather is good everywhere, even in Bristol.