26dJon Culley at Wantage Road

Plunkett impresses in big Yorkshire win

This still has the feel of an open race for the County Championship with no side so far able to establish themselves in a clear lead. Yet if anyone has created an impression that they are the team to beat it is Yorkshire.

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64.1
W
Plunkett to Chambers, OUT,

MA Chambers b Plunkett 10 (12m 9b 2x4 0x6) SR: 111.11

END OF OVER:
64 | 2 Runs 1 Wkt | Nthnt: 160/9

  • Azharullah2 (1b)
  • MA Chambers10 (8b)
  • AU Rashid9-4-6-1
  • LE Plunkett14-2-42-3
63.6
2
Rashid to Azharullah, 2 runs,
63.5
W
Rashid to Butler, OUT,

IG Butler lbw b Rashid 0 (36m 37b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

63.4
0
Rashid to Butler, no run,
63.3
0
Rashid to Butler, no run,
63.2
0
Rashid to Butler, no run,
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