Duanne Olivier spoke of his delight at returning a debut five-wicket haul for Yorkshire as the visitors fought back well on day two against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.

The South African fast bowler, or Big D as he is known in the dressing room, helped restrict Notts to 408 after they started the day on 324-5.

He bowled Joe Clarke for 112, had Tom Moores caught at cover and Stuart Broad lbw to finish with 5-96 from 24 overs. Captain Steve Patterson also finished with four.

Olivier then watched Adam Lyth and Joe Root hit half-centuries as Yorkshire reached the halfway stage in the game at 206-5.

“It’s really special to get five wickets in my first Championship match for Yorkshire,” said the 26-year-old.

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