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July 26, 2001
Somerset Seconds ended the second day of their championship match against Sussex in a commanding position.
After posting a daunting 572/7, they had the home side reeling on 105/9 by close of play.
A feature of the Somerset innings was an 8th wicket partnership of 222, just five runs short of a second eleven record, between Graham Rose who finished not out and James Knott who was unbeaten on 126.
Sussex were soon in trouble against a strong Somerset attack, with the wickets being shared between Pete Trago 3 for 15, Jason Kerr 2 for 24 and Matt Bulbeck 2 for 42.
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