212dJon 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.

Match Centre

64.1
W
Plunkett to Chambers, OUT,

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

Northants 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st31SD PetersJD Middlebrook
2nd1SD PetersDJG Sales
3rd0DJG SalesMNW Spriegel
4th34MNW SpriegelRI Keogh
5th12RI NewtonRI Keogh
6th31AJ HallRI Newton
7th26RI NewtonBM Duckett
8th13IG ButlerRI Newton
9th10IG ButlerMA Chambers
10th2AzharullahMA Chambers
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