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7.03pm – Close. Another fascinating day sees Yorkshire reach 23-1 from 13 overs of their second innings, trailing by 36. Lyth 10, Kohler-Cadmore 13. Thompson earlier impressed with 5-60 on day two.

6.46pm Yorkshire are 17-1 in the ninth over of 13 tonight. Lyth 9, Kohler-Cadmore 8. The deficit is 42.

6.17pm WICKET Hill trapped lbw by Abbas, 0. Yorkshire are 0-1. We still trail by 59.

6pm WICKET Thompson claims a fifth wicket. Excellent. Hampshire 218 all out, a lead of 59. Fuller top-edged to Kohler-Cadmore at slip. We have 13 overs remaining.

5.46pm WICKET Abbott edges Patterson to Kohler-Cadmore at slip, 22. Hampshire are 204-9, a lead of 45.

5.23pm WICKET Ball after reaching his fifty off 75 balls, Brown edges Thompson behind for 53. Hampshire are 175-8 in the 44th. They are 16 ahead.

5.12pm WICKET Barker gets a leading edge to cover, where it is taken by sub fielder Luxton, 52. End of an 88 stand with Brown (45). Congratulations to Jordan Thompson, who claims his 100th first-class wicket. 160-7. Hampshire lead by one.

5.09pm Some way to reach 50 for Barker, who hoists Coad over long-on for six – 49 balls for the left-hander. Hampshire 158-6, trailing by one.

5.03pm Frustrating period for Yorkshire as Hampshire close in on parity as Brown (39) and Barker (43) have more than doubled their side’s score from 72-6. 145-6 now and the deficit is just 14. Wicket required, and Thompson is back on.

4.49pm Hampshire are 124-6 in the 36th over, shortly after tea. Brown 36 and Barker 25. They are replying to 159.

Tea Report Yorkshire are on the march back into their ongoing LV= Insurance County Championship match against Hampshire at Scarborough, with their visitors reaching tea on day two at 112-6 from 33 overs.

Hampshire are replying to a first-innings 159 during another rain-affected day on the East Coast.

They began the afternoon session tottering at 5-2 and are still far from certain of securing a lead as they battle against helpful bowling conditions and an on-song attack.

So often this season, we have seen batters dominate on featherbed pitches. This is completely the opposite.

Ben Coad, Jordan Thompson and Steve Patterson have all claimed two wickets apiece so far.

Play resumed at 2.15pm following morning and early afternoon rain.

Nick Gubbins was first to go when trapped lbw by Coad – 12-3 after five overs – before Patterson removed Joe Weatherley the same way for 23.

That left Hampshire are 49-4 after 15.

Further success came in the form of two Tom Kohler-Cadmore slip catches. James Vince fell to Patterson for 15 before Thompson ousted Liam Dawson for 10, leaving the score at 72-6 in the 26th.

Ben Brown and Keith Barker have since added 40 for the seventh wicket, reaching tea unbeaten on 32 and 17 respectively.

We have 34 overs remaining in the day.

4.17pm – Tea Hampshire 112-6 in the 33rd over. Four wickets in the afternoon, including two for Patterson, as Hampshire respond to our 159. Brown 32 and Barker 17. We have 34 overs remaining in the day.

4.02pm Inside the final 15 minutes of the afternoon. Hampshire are 87-6 after 29 overs, trailing by 72. Revis into the attack.

3.47pm WICKET Dawson caught by Kohler-Cadmore going to his right at first slip, 10. Thompson strikes. Hampshire are 72-6 in the 26th, and Yorkshire’s fightback is gathering steam.

3.08pm WICKET Huge wicket for Yorkshire and the skipper, Patterson, who has his opposite number Vince caught by Kohler-Cadmore at first slip, 15. Hampshire 52-5 in the 17th over. Hampshire still trail by 107.

3.01pm WICKET Weatherley trapped lbw by Patterson for 23. Hampshire are 49-4 after 15. They are replying to 159.

2.31pm George Hill and a young lad sat on the front row of the Popular Bank are both lucky to escape injury as Hill chases after a cut from Weatherley, slides to stop a boundary but careers into the seating feet first. The young boy, trying to get out of the way, ends up on top of Hill.

Think George might have been struggling had VAR been in use if I’m honest. Red card may have been brandished. 23-3.

2.20pm WICKET Gubbins trapped by Coad, 4. Hampshire are 12-3 in reply to 158 in the fifth over. What a start this is.

2.12pm And we’re back up and running at Scarborough, where there are 63.3 overs remaining in the day. Hampshire 5-2 win the fourth replying to 159.

1.48pm We are due to restart at 2.15pm with a total of 33 overs lost from the day’s allotted 104.

1.33pm There will be an inspection at 1.40pm, but it does seem to still be raining.

Lunch Report Yorkshire were bowled out for 159 during a heavily rain-affected second morning against Hampshire at Scarborough – but there was enough time for them to strike twice with the ball.

Fewer than six overs of play were possible before lunch due to rain, which included Yorkshire slipping from 158-8 and Hampshire then replying with 5-2 inside four overs.

South African Kyle Abbott removed Steve Patterson caught behind and Jordan Thompson caught at second slip inside eleven balls.

Ben Coad then squared Hampshire opener Ian Holland up with a back of a length delivery which was edged to George Hill at fourth slip in the third over.

Rain came immediately afterwards, just after 11.25am, for just over at over. Upon the resumption, Jordan Thompson trapped Felix Organ lbw with a full ball – 5-2 in the fourth.

But rain returned again, forcing an early lunch at 12.50pm.

12.38pm The umpires have called an early lunch for 12.50pm.

12.31pm WICKET Organ trapped lbw by a full ball from Thompson, 5. Hampshire are 5-2 in the fourth. And we’re off again.

12.10pm We are due for a restart at 12.30pm, with 16 overs lost from the day’s 104.

11.33am Might have been a bit optimistic with that ‘suspect it won’t be a long delay’ comment. Raining pretty hard now.

11.29am WICKET Coad gets Holland caught at fourth slip by Hill, 0. It’s 3-1 in the third over – and the players are off the field due to rain. Suspect it won’t be a long delay.

11.15am That 159 is the lowest score in any Championship match involving Yorkshire this season, including opposition scores.

11.07am WICKET Thompson edges Abbott to second slip, 6. Yorkshire finish on 159 and Abbott returns an excellent 6-36 for Hampshire.

11am WICKET Patterson has edged the third ball of the day, from Abbott, behind. Yorkshire 158-9 and the South African has five wickets.

10.45am If you want to recap yesterday’s action, you can do so via the links to our Match Report and reaction piece from Will Fraine.

Match Report.

Will Fraine.

10.16am The cover is off the pitch now and the stumps are in. Much brighter than 15-20 minutes ago as well. Fingers crossed, there is good news ahead.

10.21am Before we get going here today, let’s have a look around the grounds to see what happened on day one. Notts v Sussex, which marks the return of Ollie Robinson from injury, starts today.

Division One

Essex 281-3 v Somerset, Chelmsford
Gloucestershire 317 v Northamptonshire 30-0, Cheltenham
Lancashire 112-4 v Kent, Old Trafford
Surrey v Warwickshire 240-8, Oval

Division Two

Durham 132-0 v Middlesex, Riverside
Worcestershire 141-5 v Derbyshire 130, New Road
Nottinghamshire v Sussex, Trent Bridge

Good morning from an overcast North Marine Road ahead of day two.

The players are just starting their warm-ups, though there are reports of a damp outfield and the cover has just been brought onto the pitch.

Fingers crossed that all doesn’t equate to a delayed start.

Yorkshire will resume on 158-8 after yesterday’s shortened day one, which saw Yorkshire finish the day on 158-8 from 54.2 overs.

Yorkshire believe they can push up towards a total of 200-220 this morning, a total which could cause Hampshire some problems, according to Will Fraine.

Fraine was excellent yesterday with his 53, as was Dom Bess with 67 as they recovered Yorkshire from 33-6.

A live stream will be available via the Match Centre tab at the top of the page. Hopefully that is an 11am start. Enjoy the day.

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