Duanne Olivier hailed a fabulous team effort as Yorkshire grabbed their Specsavers County Championship clash with Nottinghamshire at Scarborough by the scruff of the neck on day two.
The South African fast bowler claimed 4-60 from 17 overs as Notts, replying to a first-innings 232, crumbled from 41-0 to 184 all out midway through the afternoon.
The White Rose then closed the day on 177-2, a lead of 225.
Olivier and new ball partner Ben Coad shared seven wickets.
Coad struck with the day’s first ball before left-handers Adam Lyth and Gary Ballance both scored half-centuries in Yorkshire’s second innings.