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Yorkshire’s Keshav Maharaj

“The day went in waves. The first session, we bowled really well and started well with Duanne. We probably let it slip towards the end of the session but roped it back in after tea nicely.

“We’d probably say they’ve got 20 runs too many, but we did bring it back nicely.

“This is my first game in three or four months, so I was really happy with how it came out. There’s still a few things I can get better at, but I’m just happy.

“There’s massive drift with the wind, but there’s also some footmarks to the left-handers, and we saw a few turn. I’m hoping the pitch will deteriorate, but only time will tell.

“Stoneman didn’t give any chances until we got him out. He showed how to bat on that wicket. There’s enough opportunity to score if you knuckle down. Hats off to him.”

6.15pm Clark gone! Caught slip by Lyth off Maharaj. 362 all out, a Surrey lead of 35. That’s close.

6pm OUT! Morkel b Olivier. 334-9.

5.55pm Clarke gone! He’s been caught by TKC at mid-on off Maharaj for 26. 334-8 in the 104th, a Surrey lead of seven.

5.49pm Surrey have a lead at 329-7 in the 103rd over. Seven to come after this tonight.

5.33pm Surrey are edging closer to parity through the Clark(e)s, Jordan and Rikki. They are 306-7, 21 behind, with a little over 10 overs remaining in the day.

5.20pm Smith gone! He’s been caught by Lyth at second slip off Willey for 28. 303-7 in the 96th.

4.56pm Foakes gone! He’s been caught in the gully by a diving Leaning off Coad for 40. Surrey 286-6, trailing by 41.

4.47pm Around the grounds courtesy of the ECB’s Reporters Network.

Division One

Kent v Warwickshire (Canterbury)

Daniel Bell-Drummond’s 166 was his first Championship century for more than three years while wicketkeeper-batsman Ollie Robinson made 78 in a mammoth Kent total of 585 for 7 declared. Warwickshire are 33 for 0 at tea.

Nottinghamshire v Essex (Trent Bridge)

Nick Browne is 115 not out as Essex build a strong position 241 for 3, an overall lead of 28. Dan Lawrence made 64 while Browne was dropped on 77 on his way to his 15th first-class hundred.

Somerset v Hampshire (Taunton)

The leaders have been pegged back by 101 from Hampshire skipper Sam Northeast out of a total of 261 for 5 in reply to Somerset’s 408. Dom Bess has taken two wickets.

Yorkshire v Surrey (Scarborough)

Mark Stoneman made 100 – his first century of the season – as Surrey reached 253 for 4 in reply to Yorkshire’s 327. South African left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj had earlier taken his first Yorkshire wicket when he removed Ryan Patel.

Division Two

Derbyshire v Middlesex (Derby)

Middlesex are 55 for 1 in reply after Derbyshire pulled out at 557 for 6 when Anuj Dal was out for 92, the first time in Derbyshire’s history that five players have passed 90 in the same innings. Leus du Plooy earlier scored 118, his maiden first-class hundred in England.

Glamorgan v Worcestershire (Cardiff)

Tom Cullen made 51 before second-placed Glamorgan were bowled out for 449 with leg-spinner Brett D’Oliveira taking a career-best 7 for 92. Worcestershire are 92 for 1 in reply.

Lancashire v Durham (Sedbergh School)

Nathan Rimmington took four wickets on his first appearance of the season before Lancashire were dismissed for 337. Durham are 115 for 2 in reply with skipper Cameron Bancroft unbeaten on 65.

Sussex v Northamptonshire (Hove)

Ben Sanderson took season’s best figures of 6 for 37 as Sussex were shot out for 106. Northants did not enforce the follow-on and openers Ricardo Vasconcelos and Rob Newton posted 108 for the first wicket to extend their overall lead to 275.

4.17pm Yorkshire have taken the new ball two overs after tea and could do with it bringing reward. Surrey are in a healthy position at 257-4 after 80 overs, trailing by 70. Foakes and Curran set.

Tea Mark Stoneman posted his first hundred of the season but fell two balls later as Surrey closed in on Yorkshire’s first-innings 327 at Scarborough.

Surrey have lost two wickets in each of day two’s first two sessions, reaching tea at 253-4 from 78 overs, a deficit of 74.

Stoneman has posted 50 four times this summer in the Specsavers County Championship, including this, and he notched three figures off 165 balls with 13 fours, his last edged wide of slip off Duanne Olivier.

But he fell for exactly 100 almost immediately after celebrating, caught behind down leg off Olivier, leaving Surrey at 186-4 in the 57th over.

The over before, Ryan Patel had been caught behind by Jonny Tattersall off South African overseas left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj – his first Yorkshire wicket.

Replays suggest Stoneman was unfortunate to have been given out, with the deflection seemingly off the sweatband on his right wrist rather than glove.

But England fringe players Ben Foakes and Sam Curran further advanced Surrey’s cause after his departure, reaching tea on 28 and 39 respectively.

3.19pm A bit of history for Mark Stoneman

2.26pm WICKET Keshav Maharaj has struck, getting Ryan Patel caught behind for 26. The South African left-arm spinner has his first Yorkshire wicket, and it was a much needed one. A couple more quickly would be handy.

2.03pm Surrey 158-2 in the 51st, with Stoneman chasing his first hundred of the season. He has 77.

Lunch Ben Coad and David Willey claimed second morning wickets, but Surrey scored 100 runs in the session to reach lunch at Scarborough on 148-2.

Replying to 327, unbeaten opener Mark Stoneman has equalled a season’s best 71 in Surrey’s healthy effort.

Surrey, 48-0 overnight, lost Dean Elgar and Scott Borthwick.

Elgar played on to Coad trying to leave alone before Borthwick edged Willey to Tom Kohler-Cadmore at first slip, leaving the score at 110-2 after 30 overs.

Kohler-Cadmore has taken 28 catches in all competitions for Yorkshire this season, the majority of them at first slip. But shortly afterwards, he dropped Ryan Patel on one off Willey, with both wicketkeeper Jonny Tattersall and Adam Lyth at second slip attempting to scoop up rebounds.

Stoneman reached his fourth fifty of the season off 93 balls, sandwiched in between the two wickets.

He will begin the afternoon alongside Patel, who is unbeaten on 17.

12.27pm You don’t see that too often. A Kohler-Cadmore drop at first slip off Willey with Patel on 1. Tattersall and Lyth both have a go at parrying rebounds. 122-2 in the 34th. TKC has taken 28 catches in all cricket for Yorkshire this season.

12.08pm OUT! Borthwick caught at first slip low down by Kohler-Cadmore off Willey for 24. Surrey 110-2 after 30.

Surrey 104-1

11.36am Yorkshire have announced that general admission tickets for the forthcoming Roses T20 next month are sold out. Hospitality remains available.

11.20am Surrey have added 20 runs in the first five overs of the day. They are 68-0 after 19. And now a wicket as Elgar plays on to Coad bring to leave. 68-1.

11.05am Olivier and Coad sharing bowling duties this morning. It is a very breezy day, forcing the umpires to call for the heavy bails. Surrey 52-0 in the early stages of the 16th over.

Good morning from Scarbados. It’s another lovely sunny morning ahead of day two.

Yesterday was a day Will Fraine will long remember. There aren’t, after all, too many better places to score your maiden first-class ton, and against an attack including a current and former Test bowlers.

Unfortunately, Yorkshire were left rueing what might have been as they slipped from 187-1 to 327 all out, with Surrey closing the day on 48-0 to severely undermine the hosts’ authority. It ended up being a pretty even day in truth.

The pitch still had the bounce we have come to expect from North Marine Road pitches, but it lacked the pace.

Fingers crossed, Yorkshire can get amongst the Surrey top order this morning and reclaim control.

We are set for an 11am start. Enjoy the day.

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