Yorkshire’s centurion Tom Kohler-Cadmore reflected on a superb day two for the hosts as they put themselves on course for victory over Somerset at Emerald Headingley.

Somerset closed on 76-4 in their first innings reply to Yorkshire’s 520.

Kohler-Cadmore advanced from 77 overnight to 102 before lunch and then watched Harry Brook make 101.

Both innings were superb and their first Championship hundreds of the campaign.

“I’m delighted to contribute in this game more than I have in recent weeks,” he said.

“But the main thing is getting a score for the team, and we’re now in a good position to win the game.

“I didn’t change anything (from earlier in the season), I just stayed out there for longer! All year, I’ve just found ways to get out and haven’t been gotten out that much.

“I was watchful, and thankfully this time I got through.

“The pitch determined the way I played, and they bowled quite nicely at me. I left more balls than normal.

“Harry played beautifully. He got himself in and put them under pressure. That he didn’t have many dot balls was the highlight of his innings.

“Everybody can see how talented he is and how good he’s going to be.

“We’d have taken that position at the start of the day. Tomorrow morning is going to be a key passage of play. If we can get a couple of early wickets and put them under the pump, we can keep driving it.”

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