Scorecard

Tom Kohler-Cadmore

Yorkshire’s Tom Kohler-Cadmore

“It’s a bit frustrating. I felt like it was doing something all day, so to have them none down is frustrating. But we’ll come back tomorrow. Myself and Jonny Tatts put on 105, but we lost all 10 wickets for pretty much the same. It definitely can happen to them.

“It’s just about going out there tomorrow morning and hitting our areas.

“It’s nice to score runs. I actually thought I’d helped us up to an ok score.

“It’s just about keep going personally and trying to score as many runs as I can to keep pushing us forwards.

“The pitch was a lot nicer last week (at Trent Bridge). You could battle through knowing you’d get your rewards. On this pitch, the bowlers were in control. I just tried to put pressure back on them by always looking to score.”

5.55pm Close. Lancashire reach 105-0 after 35 overs, Davies has 57 and Brown 43. They trail by 104. Tom Kohler-Cadmore hit a brilliant century in Yorkshire’s 209 earlier.

4.47pm Lancashire 56-0 in the 18th of 35 overs. Alex Davies has 42 of them, but he offered a very sharp chance to Adam Lyth at second slip off Steve Patterson recently.

4.33pm A game of interest to Yorkshire and Lancashire down at the bottom….Somerset 106 all out at the Ageas Bowl and Hampshire 68-6.

4.17pm Lancashire have reached 27-0 in the eleventh over of their reply. We have 35 overs in all to bowl this evening, so 24 and a half remaining.

Tea Report

Tom Kohler-Cadmore’s 105 not out off 130 balls was the standout innings as Yorkshire were bowled out for 209 during the opening afternoon of their Specsavers County Championship match with Lancashire at Emerald Headingley.

Yorkshire advanced from 86-4 at lunch thanks in the main to Kohler-Cadmore and fifth-wicket partner Jonny Tattersall, who added 33.

They took the score from 33-4 with a stand of 105, to which Kohler-Cadmore contributed 70.

Unfortunately for Yorkshire, however, they lost four wickets for 39 to slip from 138-4 to 177-8, with Graham Onions claiming the first three in 13 balls.

He had Tattersall lbw playing to leg and Tim Bresnan and Matthew Waite caught behind, the latter down leg.

Richard Gleeson then yorked Steve Patterson for 17.

Kohler-Cadmore imposed himself on Lancashire’s bowlers, often shuffling down the track to the seamers. He cut particularly well on the way to his second century in two games after his 106 at Notts last week.

He reached his milestone off 121 balls with 16 fours and a six, by which time Yorkshire were nine wickets down as Gleeson had Jack Brooks caught at deep square-leg hooking (187-9).

Kohler-Cadmore’s six was slog swept off South Africa left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj.

Gleeson wrapped up the innings by getting Ben Coad caught at backward point, finishing with three wickets alongside Tom Bailey. Onions returned four. There are 35 overs remaining in the day.

3.19pm Coad gone! He miscues a short ball from Gleeson and it loops up to backward point. Tom Kohler-Cadmore finishes on 105 not out in 209. That’s tea.

3.11pm A first batting point has been secured. Yorkshire 201-9 as Ben Coad drives Richard Gleeson for four through covers. He has eight and Kohler-Cadmore 101.

3.05pm HUNDRED! Great shot, cover drive off Onions beats long-off and deep cover. 121 balls with 16×4s. Yorkshire 193-9, needing seven more for a batting point.

3pm Brooks has been caught at deep square-leg hooking at Gleeson, 6. Yorkshire 187-9 in the 57th over.

2.42pm Patterson gone! He’s been bowled by Gleeson for 17. Yorkshire fall to 177-8.

2.26pm Kohler-Cadmore slog sweeps Maharaj’s left-arm spin over deep mid-wicket to move to 82. Yorkshire 154-7 after 49 overs. Some innings this from TKC.

2.19pm Yorkshire lose their third wicket for six runs. Matthew Waite is caught behind down leg-side off Onions. 144-7.

2.14pm Bresnan gone! He’s been caught behind off Onions, who has his third wicket. Yorkshire 142-6.

2.03pm Tattersall lbw Onions, 33. 138-5.

1.57pm Century partnership between Kohler-Cadmore and Tattersall comes up with the former cutting Onions for four – a productive shot so far in his 71. 133-4

1.48pm Yorkshire 120-4 having recovered from 33-4. Tom Kohler-Cadmore 60 and Jonny Tattersall 27.

1.25pm Tom Kohler-Cadmore reaches his third fifty in three Championship matches off 60 balls with 9×4s. Yorkshire 99-4.

What a moment

Lunch Report

Tom Kohler-Cadmore is leading the Yorkshire recovery from the loss of four early wickets on day one against Lancashire at Emerald Headingley.

The White Rose have reached lunch at the start of this Specsavers County Championship match at 86-4 from 30 overs following an uncontested toss.

Kohler-Cadmore and Jonny Tattersall came together with the score at 33-4 in the 17th over, with the former hitting three fours in one over from Lancashire debutant Richard Gleeson.

He will begin the afternoon on 44, with Tattersall on nine. They have shared an unbroken 56.

Tom Bailey struck three times in a probing nine-over opening spell in helpful conditions; gloomy skies with swing evident.

Graham Onions made the initial breakthrough by bowling New Zealand opener Jeet Raval as the score fell to 20-1 in the 10th over.

Bailey then had Harry Brook caught behind driving, Adam Lyth the same way pushing forwards and Gary Ballance lbw as he played to leg.

Kohler-Cadmore was dropped on 44 by wicketkeeper Dane Vilas off Onions in the penultimate over of the session.

12.20pm Yorkshire have recovered somewhat from those early losses to reach. 77-4.

12pm Tom Kohler-Cadmore has laced a cut at Richard Gleeson for four in front of square and then clips him through mid-wicket twice. Three fours in the over. 55-4 after 22.

11.42am Ballance gone! He’s trapped lbw by a full Bailey ball. 33-4 in the 17th.

11.30am Yorkshire lose Adam Lyth caught behind off Bailey for 16. 32-3 in the 15th.

11.25am Ballance guides Onions down to third-man to get his first boundary. Yorkshire 32-2.

11.05am Breakthrough for Lancashire as Onions bowls Raval for 8. Yorkshire 20-1 in the 10th over. Adam Lyth has played nicely in the opening half hour under gloomy skies and has 12.

10.25am A quick rundown of the fixtures around the grounds before we get underway.

Division One

Yorkshire v Lancashire, Emerald Headingley
Worcestershire v Surrey, New Road
Nottinghamshire v Essex, Trent Bridge
Hampshire v Somerset, Ageas Bowl

Division Two

Northamptonshire v Derbyshire, Wantage Road
Middlesex v Kent, Lord’s
Leicestershire v Warwickshire, Grace Road
Glamorgan v Gloucestershire, Sophia Gardens
Durham v Sussex, Emirates Riverside

10.08am Team news…..

Yorkshire: Lyth, Raval, Brook, Ballance, Kohler-Cadmore, Tattersall w, Bresnan, Waite, Patterson c, Brooks, Coad.

Lancs: Brown, Davies, Croft, Livingstone c, Vilas w, Bohannon, Lamb, Bailey, Maharaj, Onions, Gleeson.

10.04am We await team news, but there has been no toss and Yorkshire will be batting first as a result.

Good morning from Emerald Headingley ahead of this Roses blockbuster.

Yorkshire head into their 12th match of the season a point behind their visitors, who are third bottom and a place above the White Rose.

However, Yorkshire’s advantage is that they have three to play to Lancashire’s two.

It is an overcast morning at Headingley. Yorkshire have been boosted by the return from injury of Steve Patterson and Ben Coad.

Lancashire, meanwhile, are expected to hand a debut to new signing Richard Gleeson.

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