Close of play. Karl Carver claims a third wicket to leave Nottinghamshire 335 for 9 at the end of the 90 overs. In the closing stages of the game, James Logan claimed the wicket of Luke Wood, caught by Harry Brook. The spin duo both bowled well throughout the day claiming four wickets between them. The White Rose will be happy with the day, with each of their bowlers getting through plenty of overs, and each of them having displayed good skill levels.

Next up for Yorkshire, a two-day game against Durham at Senwes Park starting on Monday.


The new ball has been taken. Nottinghamshire are 283 for 7 with ten overs left in the day. Karl Carver the man to take the two most recent wickets. Mat Pillans is set to take the new ball, and will be hoping to replicate the pace and swing that he bowled in his earlier spell.


We have spin in tandem here at Senwes Park, with Karl Carver and Jack Leaning both attempting to secure a sixth wicket for the White Rose. The Nottinghamshire pair of Lyndon James and Luke Wood have batted well to keep the bowlers at bay. Tea has now been taken with the opposition on 229 for 5.

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Yorkshire’s bowlers have continued to apply some pressure on Nottinghamshire, and have reduced them to 165 for 5. Matthew Waite claimed the last wicket and has been bowling well, having now completed a tenth over of the day.


Ben Coad is bowling beautifully. The Ripon-born seamer has just taken two wickets in two balls, trapping Joe Clarke lbw before having Chris Nash caught behind the next ball. Nottinghamshire are now 109 for 4.


Lunch. Nottinghamshire are 101 for 2, with Jake Libby on 40* and Joe Clarke on 26*. White Rose captain Steve Patterson has used seven bowlers to date, bringing left-arm spin duo James Logan and Karl Carver into the attack before lunch. On the whole it’s been a good session for Yorkshire, but they will be hoping to break this partnership early on in the afternoon session.


Mat Pillans has just completed his second over, having claimed one wicket in a very threatening spell so far. The right-armer has bowled with good pace and swing and has caused the Nottinghamshire pair of Jake Libby and Joe Clarke plenty of trouble. The wicket came courtesy of a full-length delivery swinging back into left-hander Ben Slater, trapping the opener in front of the stumps. Nottinghamshire are 55 for 2. Steve Patterson is bowling at the other end, and the skipper is doing exactly as he always does, having conceded just nine runs in six overs.


Nottinghamshire are 30 for 1 off 11 overs. Ben Coad and Matthew Waite have both bowled beautifully with the new ball, beating the bat regularly and probably deserved more reward. Two difficult catches were put down in the same over off Ben Coad, one low down to Adam Lyth’s right-hand side, the other a caught and bowled chance. However, Coad did get some reward, trapping Ben Duckett lbw to claim his first scalp on tour.

Good morning from Senwes Park, Potchefstroom, where Yorkshire will be bowling against Nottinghamshire today.

The White Rose compiled 331 for 7 on the first day, with a hundred for Adam Lyth. Gary Ballance and Jack Leaning also looked in good touch, scoring 92 and 58 not out respectively.

The Yorkshire bowlers will be hoping to make early inroads into the Nottinghamshire line-up, whilst getting yet more valuable overs into their legs.

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