Close Leeds/Bradford are 91-3, 279 behind. Dahl has 31 and Ashraf 30. The day belongs to Jonny Tattersall and Tom Kohler-Cadmore, however, for their earlier centuries

6.24pm With bad light in play here, we are ending the day with spin from both ends in the form of Lyth and Leaning. Leeds/Bradford 86-3. Dahl and Ashraf have shared 56 unbroken.

5.08pm Haynes gone! He’s been trapped lbw shouldering arms against BenCoad10 for 18. Leedsmccu are 30-1 in the ninth over.

And it’s 30-2 as Batchelor gloves a rising delivery behind for a golden duck. Coad on a hat-trick for the second time in the game.

5.02pm Leeds/Bradford openers Josh Haynes and Taylor Cornall have made a bright start to their side’s second innings, taking the score to 29-0 in the ninth over. The sun has come out now, warming things up a touch.

Tea Jonny Tattersall posted his maiden first-team century and Tom Kohler-Cadmore completed a career best 176 as Yorkshire’s batsmen ploughed on during the second afternoon against Leeds/Bradford MCC Universities at Weetwood.

Yorkshire, replying to 119, have amassed 489-8 declared at tea on day two of three.

Kohler-Cadmore and Tattersall shared 213 for the fifth wicket either side of lunch as they advanced from 165-4.

Kohler-Cadmore hit 20 fours and three sixes in his 176 off 235 balls, his seventh first-class century and third in his last eight innings dating back to the end of last season.

Kohler-Cadmore was caught at long-off as he tried to add to a straight four and six over long-on against Darren Ironside’s off-spin, leaving the score at 378-5 in the 89th.

Tattersall, much more circumspect than the England Lions man, then reached his century off 161 balls with eleven fours and finished unbeaten on 135 off 211.

Captain Steve Patterson made 39 and Matthew Waite 15 during the second half of the afternoon, while Mat Pillans fell for three.

Yorkshire head into the evening session with a lead of 370 and the ball in their hands.

4.01pm Patterson gone! He’s miscued a catch to a diving Neal at mid-off – Haynes the bowler. Patterson goes for 39. Yorkshire 475-7.

3.11pm Waite gone! He edges left-arm seamer Neal, who has 3-for, behind for 15. Yorkshire 406-6. Tattersall 105.

3pm HUNDRED! Maiden first-team ton for Jonny Tattersall, who gets there off 161 balls with 11×4s. Yorkshire also move beyond 400. 403-5, The lead is 285.

2.33pm Two thumping strokes down the ground for Kohler-Cadmore off the leg-spin of Ironside, straight four and then six over long-on. TKC has a career best 176. He then falls next ball caught at long-off. 378-5 and the end of a 213-run fifth wicket partnership with Tattersall, who is 92.

2.06pm Early stages of the afternoon and Yorkshire are 327-4, leading by 208. Kohler-Cadmore has 144 and Tattersall 77.

Lunch Tom Kohler-Cadmore reached his seventh first-class century as Yorkshire strengthened their grip on their three-day friendly against Leeds/Bradford MCC Universities before lunch on day two at Weetwood.

Yorkshire, replying to a first-innings 119, advanced from 164-3 overnight to 317-4 from 77 overs at lunch, with Kohler-Cadmore unbeaten on 139 from 204 balls.

Jack Leaning has been the only wicket to fall today, bowled by left-arm seamer Andrew Neal for 20 inside the first 10 minutes of play.

Kohler-Cadmore reached his third hundred in his last eight first-class innings for Yorkshire off 168 balls with 13 fours and a straight six inside the final 45 minutes of the morning.

That was quickly followed by Jonny Tattersall’s fifty off 78 balls with seven fours.

The fifth-wicket pair have shared an unbroken 152 inside 36. Tattersall will begin the afternoon on 70.

The students bowled tidily for large parts of the morning, but Kohler-Cadmore in particular broke free shortly before lunch and hit his second six over deep mid-wicket.

12.41pm Jonny Tattersall has reached his fifty off 78 balls with 7×4s. @YorkshireCCC 266-4.

12.05pm We have just seen the first over of spin in the match, from left-armer Josh Haynes. Four from it, including three to deep mid-wicket for Tattersall. Kohler-Cadmore is 84 out of 224-4. The lead is 105.

11.43am Jonny Tattersall has scored 25 of a 37-run stand with Tom Kohler-Cadmore (73). Yorkshire have moved to 202-4.

11.07am We’re up and running at Weetwood, where Yorkshire have lost their first wicket of the day. Jack Leaning has been bowled by Andrew Neal for 20, without addition to his overnight total. 165-4.

Good morning from Weetwood, where it is another dry but chilly day for the second day of this first-class friendly against Leeds/Bradford.

Yorkshire dominated day one thanks to Matthew Waite’s 5-16, his maiden five-wicket haul, and Tom Kohler-Cadmore’s unbeaten 64.

The White Rose will begin the day on 164-3 replying to 119.

Waite has surely nailed down his place in the team to face Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge from Friday in our County Championship opener. He extracted life from a sluggish surface and was backed up by three wickets for Ben Coad and two for Duanne Olivier.

Kohler-Cadmore and Jack Leaning (20) have shared 45 for the fourth wicket.

The weather looks to be set fair for the day, but wrap up warm if you’re heading down to Weetwood. We start at 11am.

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