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Yorkshire’s Ben Coad

“We stuck at it really hard there.

“We knew another 20 or 30 runs this morning would be massive for us, but to get 50 meant we really took the momentum with us.

“Then they batted really well first up, but we kept saying, ‘Stay patient, chances will come. Once we get one, we’ll get a few’.

“Thankfully we got a soft one with the run out (Elgar), which started the ball rolling. I just think we deserved that win for how hard we stuck at it.

“People are calling me an all-rounder now for some reason!

“I know my role batting is to score runs quickly. That’s how I’ll help the team. If I stick around, there will be a ball with my name on it. Thankfully, I got a few balls to score off.

“As long as we keep putting performances like that in, there’s no reason at all why we won’t be there and thereabouts come the end of the year. If we keep fighting as we have done this week, we can be towards the top of the table.”

5.56pm WIN! Olivier gets Batty caught at second slip by Lyth with 10 balls of the match remaining. 194 all out. Win by 123 runs. Stunning performance today.

5.49pm New ball taken by Coad. How are your nerves? Three overs left, one wicket.

5.21pm Clark gone! Hee’s been bowled by Olivier from around the wicket – yorked him. 180-8 after 71. Clark 1 off 58 balls. Now Kohler-Cadmore runs out Morkel with throw to non-striker’s from point. 180-9.

5.12pm Clark gets off the mark with his 50th delivery, pushing a single off Olivier. 179-7 with 13 overs left.

5.07pm 14 overs left. Surrey 177-7. Clark and Smith holding Yorkshire up and raising Surrey hopes of a draw.

4.38pm That run out of Elgar has just sparked Yorkshire into life. Since then, they have been magnificent. Surrey 165-7 in the 61st of 83 to bowl. I think we can forget the 318 target.

4.10pm An early evening wicket. Patel gone! He’s been caught at short-leg by Fraine off Maharaj. 163-6 in the 53rd.

3.49pm Elsewhere around the grounds courtesy of the ECB’s Reporters Network…..

Division One

Kent v Warwickshire (Canterbury)

Warwickshire opener Dominic Sibley’s marathon innings ended after ten-and-half hours with a career-best 244. The game is a certain draw with Warwicks 513 for 7 in reply to Kent’s 585 for 7 declared.

Nottinghamshire v Essex (Trent Bridge) – ESSEX WON BY AN INNINGS & 123 RUNS

Essex enhanced their credentials as title contenders by sweeping aside bottom of the table Notts.

The 2017 champions were made to wait until after lunch on the final day before picking up the remaining five wickets complete a resounding victory. Notts were 183 all out with Simon Harmer bowling 22 overs in succession to finish with 4 for 35. It was Essex’s fifth win in their last seven games.

Somerset v Hampshire (Taunton) – SOMERSET WON BY 313 RUNS

Somerset strengthened their position at the top with a resounding 313-run victory over injury-hit Hampshire.

Chasing an improbable 418 to win, the visitors collapsed from an overnight 12 for 1 to 104 for 9, with Joe Weatherley unable to bat.

Jack Leach claimed three wickets and there were two each for Lewis Gregory, Jamie Overton and Dom Bess as only James Fuller, who made 35, offered much resistance.

Somerset took a maximum 24 points from their sixth win in eight games to extend their lead at the top.

Division Two

Derbyshire v Middlesex (Derby)

Middlesex captain Dawid Malan fell one short of a double century before his side were finally out for 520, 37 behind Derbyshire. Malan passed his previous highest score of 182 not out in a seventh wicket stand of 224 with wicketkeeper John Simpson who made 115. Derbyshire are 87 for 4 in their second innings and lead by 117.

Glamorgan v Worcestershire (Cardiff)

Marnus Labuschagne became the first Glamorgan batsman to score two hundreds in the same game since 2003. Glamorgan’s declaration left Worcestershire 326 to win from 66 overs and they are 94 for 1 after 26 overs.

Lancashire v Durham (Sedbergh School)

Durham’s target is 304 but they lost both openers to Saqib Mahmood with 11 runs on the board. Since then Cameron Bancroft has made an unbeaten half-century to help take them to 109 for 4.

Tea And news of another wicket…….

Yorkshire struck three times in five balls just before tea to give themselves the distinct advantage against Surrey going into the final session at Scarborough.

Both sides remain in the hunt for a Specsavers County Championship victory, but Surrey’s hopes of chasing 318 were severely dented by the loss of Dean Elgar for 71 and England fringe duo Ben Foakes and Sam Curran for ducks, leaving themselves at 157-5 in the 50th over.

Elgar was run out at the non-striker’s end by a direct hit from David Willey running around to short mid-on in the 49th over before Ben Coad removed Ben Foakes and Sam Curran for ducks in the next – the last of the session.

Surrey have reached tea at 159-5 from 50 overs, needing 159 more from 33.

Earlier, South African Test opener Elgar reached 50 off 99 balls.

The hosts claimed all five of their wickets in the afternoon.

The first came through Elgar’s Test colleague Keshav Maharaj, the left-arm spinner, and then Willey as Surrey fell to 136-2 after 38 overs.

Maharaj had Mark Stoneman (46) caught at short-leg by Will Fraine, ending a 93-run opening partnership.

Willey then forced Scott Borthwick (24) top chop on to his stumps.

3.34pm Foakes bowled by a Coad beauty. 157-4.

3.31pm OUT! Elgar (71) run out by Willey running around to short mid-on. Throws stumps down at non-striker’s end. Done like a kipper by striker Patel. 157-3.

3.04pm Up at Durham, England made 305-8, including a Jonny Bairstow century. NZ are 4-1 after two overs.

2.22pm Elgar reaches a 99-ball fifty and Surrey are 110-1 in the 32nd.

2.12pm OUT! Stoneman caught at short-leg by Fraine off Maharaj for 46. Surrey 93-1 in the 29th.

2.02pm No Yorkshire success unfortunately in the first 25 minutes after lunch. Surrey 84-0 in the 27th over chasing 318 in 83. Stoneman 37 and Elgar 43.

Lunch Yorkshire have work to do if they are to secure a Specsavers County Championship victory over Surrey at Scarborough.

Chasing 318 in a minimum of 83 overs, Surrey have reached lunch in good order at 68-0 from 20.

Mark Stoneman and Dean Elgar have laid a platform for the champions, with 30 and 34 not out respectively.

Keshav Maharaj, the South African left-arm spinner on debut for Yorkshire, has bowled five overs for nine runs so far and is likely to be key to the outcome of a game played on a pitch offering signs of turn.

The day started in fine fashion for Yorkshire.

Ben Coad scored the majority of 49 runs added in the first 38 minutes of play as Yorkshire advanced from 303-9 overnight to 352 all out.

Coad posted a career best 48 off 42 balls, including seven fours and a six over long-on against Gareth Batty. But the Yorkshire-born off-spinner got his revenge by getting the seamer caught behind at the start of the day’s 11th over.

The last-wicket partnership between Coad and Duanne Olivier, started late on day three, totalled 57 inside 12 overs.

12.22pm Maharaj comes into the attack in place of Coad. Surrey, chasing 318 in 83, are 42-0 after eight overs. Stoneman 21 and Elgar 17.

12.06pm Surrey will be delighted with their start to the chase. They have reached 26-0 in the fifth.

11.39am OUT! Batty gets Coad caught behind for 48. Yorkshire 352 all out. Surrey require 318 in a minimum of 83.

11.34am SIX! Coad launches Batty over long-on to move to 46. 350-9, a lead of 315.

11.01am Olivier facing Morkel in the first over of the day. Yorkshire 303-9, leading by 268.

10.15am Big World Cup game at Durham today. England v New Zealand, an effective quarter-final. England win the toss and bat.

Good morning from a gloriously sunny, and warm, North Marine Road ahead of day four, and what a cracker it promises to be.

Yorkshire begin the day on 303-9 in their second innings, leading Surrey by 268.

They are in a pretty decent position as it is now, but another 20-25 runs would be absolutely ideal before going on the search for their third victory in eight games.

From what both camps were saying last night, it seems as if the pitch hasn’t deteriorated drastically, but there is some spin on offer.

Keshav Maharaj could be the key man today.

Ben Coad and Duanne Olivier will resume at the crease this morning.

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