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Yorkshire coach Andrew Gale said

“After the game last week at Hampshire (Hampshire held on for a draw nine wickets down), I felt we’d played our best cricket down there. We were disappointed not to get the result. So to come back this week and back it up against a strong Somerset side, and to beat them in two days, is a fantastic effort.

“The lads, from start to finish, dominated that game.

“We knew coming into this part of the season we had to bring our A game to stand a chance of winning the Championship. We’re starting to show signs of being a really strong side.

“When you come back of a quarter-final loss (Blast), you worry how that will affect confidence. But the lads have hit the ground running.

“We’re playing some good cricket, confidence is high. The signs are good.”

6.52pm YORKSHIRE WIN!!!! Thompson bowls de Lange with a ball to spare in the second day. Innings and 33-run win. 141 all out. Fisher match figures of 9-64 and Brook 118. We go top of the Division One table after two rounds.

6.49pm Final over of the day coming up. Somerset are 135-9.

6.35pm WICKET Green loses his off stump for 32. Thompson bowls him. 115-9.

6.22pm We have taken the extra half hour, with Somerset at 112-8.

6.16pm WICKET Leach gone! Bess gets him caught at slip. 111-8 in the 43rd. Extra half hour could be on the cards.

5.42pm 10 overs remaining in the day. Somerset are 100-7. Fisher has been back in the attack for the last couple of overs. Leach and Green 18 and 25.

5.21pm WICKET Davies caught at first slip by Kohler-Cadmore off Hill. 69-7 after 29 overs.

5.15pm Somerset have advanced to 61-6 in the 28th of 44 overs tonight. They trail by 113 with Davies and Green at the crease. Hill and Willey currently searching for wicket number seven.

4.37pm WICKET Banton caught behind off Thompson – inside edge. 45-6 in the 18th.

4.33pm Somerset have advanced to 44-5 with a touch more than 26 overs remaining. Davies and Banton are unbeaten. Thompson and Patterson searching for wicket number six.

4.06pm WICKET Abell shoulders arms and is bowled by Fisher. Wow!! 18-5. Hat-trick ball coming after one with the last ball of the last over.

4pm WICKET Bartlett trapped lbw by a full delivery from Fisher, 0. Somerset 17-4 in the 10th over.

3.55pm WICKET Hildreth lbw Fisher, 2. Somerset are 17-3.

3.40pm WICKET Ali caught at second slip off Fisher – Lyth with the catch. Somerset are 7-2 in the fifth.

3.29pm WICKET Lammonby caught low down at third slip by Brook off Willey. 0. Somerset 2-1 in the second over. 172 behind.

3.22pm Due to technical issues, the live stream is currently down. We will let you know when we get it back up and running.

Somerset’s second innings has just started. 174 behind – 44 overs left in the day.

Tea Report Yorkshire have secured a first-innings lead of 174 during the second afternoon of their LV= Insurance County Championship clash with Somerset at Scarborough.

The White Rose, replying to a first-innings 134, advanced from 229-6 at lunch, including Jordan Thompson’s 57 off 118 balls – his first fifty of the Championship season, to 308 all out.

Thompson completed half-century stands with Harry Brook, who completed a superb 118, and David Willey (23) for the seventh and eighth wickets.

The trio all fell during the afternoon, with Marchant de Lange claiming three of the four afternoon wickets to fall, finishing with 4-55.

Thompson hit two leg-side sixes off Tom Lammonby against the second new ball as the White Rose clinched a third batting point at 300-9. He reached his fifty off 94 balls.

There are 44 overs remaining in the day.

3.04pm WICKET Patterson caught at mid-on off de Lange, and Yorkshire 308 all out, leading by 174. That’s tea.

2.46pm 300-9. Bonus point number three in the bag as Fisher gets a boundary away to third-man.

2.44pm WICKET Willey caught and bowled having miscued a pull at de Lange, 23. 296-9 – a lead of 162. Third bonus point just four runs away.

*2.28pm** WICKET Thompson fiercely cuts de Lange to Lammonby at backward point, falling for a well made 57. Yorkshire 285-8, a lead of 151.

2pm Thompson reaches his fifty off 94 balls with 2×6s and 6×4s. Yorkshire are 271-7 in the 90th over, a lead of 137.

1.49pm SIX! Thompson pulls Lammonby for six over long-leg and has 44. 262-7 after 87 – second bonus point achieved. Yorkshire lead is now 128.

1.21pm WICKET Brook caught at second slip by Abell off Green for a brilliant 118. 230-7 in the 80th over. The lead is 96. Excellent catch diving away to his right.

1.11pm Up and running after lunch. 229-6 – Yorkshire’s lead is 95. Four overs to the new ball.

Lunch Report Harry Brook posted his second century of the ongoing LV= Insurance County Championship campaign during Yorkshire’s excellent second morning against Somerset at Scarborough.

Brook’s unbeaten 117 has underpinned Yorkshire’s healthy progress in reply to Somerset’s 134 all, beginning the morning on 159-5 and reaching lunch at 229-6 from 75 overs – a 95-lead.

Yorkshire have only lost one wicket this morning, birthday boy Harry Duke – 20 today – bowled by a beauty from Josh Davey for nine, leaving the score at 179-6 in the 62nd over of the innings. That ended a 57-run partnership.

Brook, 79 not out overnight, reached his fourth career first-class century off 122 balls with back-to-back driven boundaries off Tom Abell’s medium pace seam.

The morning was delayed by a 20-minute rain delay from approximately 10.40am.

There is still movement evident, but Somerset have been errant in line and length this morning.

Brook and Jordan Thompson (19 not out) shared an unbroken 50 stand during the latter stages of the session.

12.30pm – Lunch Yorkshire 229-6 after 75, leading by 95. Brook 117 and Thompson 19. The pair have shared an unbroken 50.

12.03pm Yorkshire have their first batting point in the bag. 203-6 in the 70th over.

11.56am England are 107-1 needing 261 more to win against India at the Oval. Hameed 53 and Malan 1.

11.44am Brook reaches his century off 122 balls with back-to-back driven boundaries off Abell. The first went through de Lange’s legs at mid-off and the second emphatically square driven. 192-6 now. 58 lead.

11.31am WICKET Duke bowled by Davey for 9. 179-6. Beauty nips off bail. Yorkshire lead is 45.

11.24am Brook hammers a loosener from Abell through mid-wicket, moving to 90. Great shot. 179-5, leading by 45. Yorkshire will be delighted with the start.

11.02am Duke clips a boundary just in front of square for four, bringing up a half-century stand with Brook. 173-5.

10.48am The rain has disappeared, and we will restart at 11am. No overs lost.

10.40am We’re off for rain. And it is coming down pretty hard as well. Yorkshire 168-5 after 54 overs with a lead of 34. Brook 84.

10.30am We’re up and running. De Lange bowling to Brook. 163-5 in the 53rd. Duke unbeaten on 4.

10.09am Just a quick look at the other scores in Division One….

Warwickshire 116 v Hampshire 89 and 41-0, Edgbaston
Nottinghamshire 272 v Lancashire 28-2, Trent Bridge

Good morning from Scarborough.

It is an overcast morning ahead of day two against Somerset, where we will resume on 159-5 in reply to 134-5.

What a helter-skelter day yesterday was, with Yorkshire taking the advantage following five wickets for Matthew Fisher – a career best 5-41 – and Harry Brook’s unbeaten 79.

There has been a touch of overnight rain around the Scarborough area overnight, and conditions are quite hazy at the moment.

There will be a live stream available as per usual. We get going at 10.30am.

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