Yorkshire wicketkeeper Jonny Tattersall admitted his delight at helping Yorkshire recover from 38-5 to 232 all out on the first day at Scarborough.

Tattersall was a touch frustrated to miss out on a maiden Championship hundred, with his 92 the feature innings for the White Rose against the Division One’s bottom side Nottinghamshire, who closed on 41-0 in reply.

The 24-year-old wicketkeeper was hoping to follow an early season University hundred against Leeds/Bradford, his only first-class ton to date.

Still, having shared 121 with sixth-wicket partner Tim Bresnan (58), he could reflect on a job well done on a testing North Marine Road pitch.

Notts were boosted by five wickets for left-arm new ball quick Luke Wood and four for fledgling left-arm spinner Liam Patterson-White.

Tattersall said: “As far as I was aware, we were going to bat first. I think that would have been the right decision, but we got into a bit of a sticky situation early on against (Luke) Wood, who bowled nicely.

“The first three wickets were genuine dismissals with some good bowling, so you have to give him credit.

“There were also a couple of loose ones, the lads will be honest. But we’re just glad to get 230 on the board there.

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