Day 4

Ben Coad and Keshav Maharaj starred with help from David Willey to fire Yorkshire to a superb 123-run Specsavers County Championship victory over champions Surrey at Scarborough with 10 balls remaining.

Yorkshire’s third win in eight matches this season came as they defended a 318 target in 83 overs and claimed five wickets for six runs in 35 balls either side of tea.

Day 3

Yorkshire’s trend of strong second-innings batting performances this season continued as they enjoyed a productive third day to set up a strong victory chance against Surrey at Scarborough.

They started their second innings at the beginning of day three, trailing by 35, and closed on 303-9 with a lead of 268.

Day 2

Mark Stoneman’s 100 went a long way to giving Surrey a slender lead at the halfway mark of the Specsavers County Championship clash at Scarborough. But Yorkshire’s bowlers fought back impressively after tea.

The former England opener, dropped after eleven Tests early last year, posted only his second Championship century since his omission as the visitors secured a first-innings lead of 35 – at 362 all out – replying to 327 late in a day which saw the White Rose pick up six wickets after tea.

Day 1

Yorkshire’s Will Fraine scored 106 at the top of the White Rose order and underpinned their healthy 327 all out, although there was obvious frustration at slipping from a position of great strength at 187-1 after lunch. Surrey closed on 48-0 in reply.

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