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6.52pm – Close Surrey, replying to Yorkshire 521, are 191-1 from 53 overs. Burns 94 and Amla 45. They have shared 89 unbroken following a wicket for Bess. Earlier, Lyth and Tattersall completed scores of 183 and 180 not out respectively.

6.31pm Surrey are 177-1 in the 48th over, Burns on 90 and Amla 35.

Meanwhile, Gary Ballance has scored a second century in as many weeks for the Yorkshire second team. They are currently playing Derbyshire at Chesterfield.

6.05pm Surrey have advanced to 161-1 in the 41st over. Burns 83 and Amla 26.

5.29pm Oh no. Gabriel has Burns caught at slip by Fraine for 72, but it’s a no ball. Surrey are 132-1 in the 32nd over of 53 tonight. And Gabriel stamps his foot on the turf in frustration.

5.04pm Surrey are 106-1 after 27 overs. We have 26 more to bowl. Amla has joined Burns at the crease, the latter who is 63 not out. Gabriel back into the attack.

4.53pm WICKET Patel stumped off Bess, 29. Surrey are 102-1 in the 25th over.

4.47pm Surrey are 100-0 in the 24th over. Burns 60 and Patel, who has just lofted Bess for six over long-on, has 29.

Tea Report Surrey have made a strong start to their response to Yorkshire’s first-innings 521 at Scarborough, reaching tea on day two at 80-0 from 18 overs.

Jonny Tattersall finished 180 not out as Tom Lawes claimed three quick wickets to wrap up the home side’s innings during the first half of the afternoon.

Lawes trapped Jordan Thompson lbw before, with successive deliveries, getting a cutting Steve Patterson caught behind and bowling Shannon Gabriel for a golden duck.

Yorkshire had started the afternoon on 489-7. Lawes finished with 4-51 from 13.2 overs.

Tattersall’s career best score was then followed by more success with the bat, but this time from Surrey openers Rory Burns, their captain, and Ryan Patel.

The two left-handers batted without significant alarm under an overcast sky, repelling a four-over new ball spell from West Indian debutant Gabriel, who sent down five no balls.

Burns reached his fifty off 59 balls with the final ball of the afternoon. Patel will begin the evening session on 19.

4.10pm – Tea Surrey 80-0 after 18 overs. Burns 50 and Patel 19. The former reaches his fifty with the last ball of the afternoon, 59 balls. They are replying to Yorkshire 521.

3.07pm England are 110 all out in the ODI at the Oval, including 6-19 for Bumrah.

Here at Scarborough, Surrey are 17-0 in the fourth over of their first innings.

2.39pm WICKETS Lawes gets two in two to wrap up the Yorkshire innings. Patterson caught behind for seven and Gabriel bowled first ball. Yorkshire 580 all out.

2.15pm WICKET Thompson trapped lbw by Lawes, 9. Yorkshire 497-8 in the 127th over.

Lunch Report Adam Lyth and Jonny Tattersall completed a Yorkshire record sixth-wicket partnership of 305 during another impressive session of batting against Surrey at Scarborough.

Yorkshire started day two on 364-5 and have reached lunch on 489-7, losing on Lyth for 183.

Tattersall has reached 161, while Dom Bess also made 29.

Never before had a Yorkshire sixth-wicket pair shared a triple century partnership in first-class cricket, and this one has enabled the home side to recover from 125-5 to secure a maximum of five batting bonus points for passing 400 inside 110 overs.

Lyth was the first of the morning wickets to fall, pulling Conor McKerr to deep square-leg to leave the score at 430-6 in the 112th over before Bess was bowled by the off-spin of Will Jacks – 480-7.

As Yorkshire secured five batting points, Surrey only claimed one bowling point.

1.31pm – Lunch: Yorkshire 489-7 after 125 overs, losing Lyth for 183 and Bess for 29 this morning. Tattersall moves to an unbeaten 161 and Thompson has four.

1.28pm WICKET Bess bowled by Jacks for a useful 29. Yorkshire are 480-7 after 124 overs.

1.24pm England are in ODI action against India today and are 16-3 after four overs at the Oval. Roy, Root and Stokes all posted ducks. Bairstow 6 and Buttler 8 the not out batters.

1.14pm Tattersall has just reached his 150 off 297 balls. Marvellous. 459-6 in the 119th over.

12.44pm WICKET Lyth pulls McKerr down deep backward square-leg’s throat, falling for a fabulous 183. We are 430-6, ending a partnership of 305 with Tattersall, who is 135.

12.40pm Lyth (179) and Tattersall (131) have now shared 297, the highest sixth-wicket partnership in Yorkshire history. Outstanding. We are 422-5 after 110 overs.

12.37pm Lyth pulls McKerr for six over backward square into the Popular Bank. He has 178 out of 420-5 in the 110th over.

Fabulous shot. These two have shared 295 unbroken for the sixth wicket.

12.18pm Yorkshire have reached 400-5 in the 106th over, and claim a fifth batting point. Lyth (170) and Tattersall (120) have shared 275 unbroken. Outstanding effort from these two.

12.10pm We will be taking lunch at 1.30pm here following the 40-minute delay this morning. Yorkshire have moved to 387-5 in the 104th over. Lyth 166 and Tattersall 111.

12pm Lyth (155) and Tattersall (110) have just recorded their 250 partnership, with power to add. Fabulous effort. Yorkshire 375-5 in the 102nd over.

11.35am The rain has passed, and we will be starting at 11.40am with two overs lost from the day’s allocation.

11.23am It continues to rain here at Scarborough.

11.01am Well, we weren’t expecting this. Play has been delayed because of rain, which has just arrived at North Marine Road. The players had all made their way to the middle, and now they’ve disappeared back to the dressing rooms.

10.57am The two teams have just observed a minute’s silence to mark the passing of Mike Cowan.

10.39am Some very sad news to bring you before play starts. Former Yorkshire Championship winner Mike Cowan has passed away, aged 89.

More here Mike Cowan.

9.34am Here’s a brief look at what happened around the grounds yesterday.

Division One

Essex 127-1 v Gloucestershire 136, Chelmsford
Hampshire 42-3 v Warwickshire 217, Ageas Bowl
Kent v Hampshire 303, Canterbury
Lancashire v Somerset 297-5, Southport

Division Two

Durham 2-0 v Derbyshire 283, Riverside
Glamorgan 318 v Nottinghamshire 19-0, Sophia Gardens
Middlesex 188 v Worcestershire 100-5, Merchant Taylors’ School
Sussex 407-4 v Leicestershire, Hove

9.28am Scarborough officials are currently briefing the media present for this fixture about their plans for redevelopment here at North Marine Road.

Their plans are aimed at bringing more county and women’s international fixtures to the seaside venue.

9.14am If you want to recap our Match Report and reaction piece with Jonny Tattersall from yesterday, you can do so via the links below.

Match Report.

Jonny Tattersall.

Good morning from Scarborough, where it is another warm one today though not the wall to wall sunshine we had yesterday.

Yorkshire had an excellent day one, recovering from 58-3 and 125-5 to post 364-5, including unbeaten centuries from Adam Lyth and Jonny Tattersall.

They shared an unbroken 239 for the sixth wicket.

Surrey didn’t find the right length to bowl on a pitch offering significant bounce.

If Yorkshire can bat through at least the morning session, they will find themselves in an excellent position to topple the Division One leaders, who have not lost a game yet.

If Yorkshire can bat through until early afternoon, they will be in a fantastic position to push for a second win.

There will be a live stream available through the Match Centre tab at the top of this page, shortly before 11am. Enjoy the day.

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