- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Clarke53991236253.53c Patel b Barker1532432046.87c sub (†McKay) b Rankin9224331111037.86c Clarke b Patel1215203080.00c sub (†McKay) b Barker9815518111263.22lbw b Clarke1257831021.05c sub (†McKay) b Rankin2029472068.96lbw b Wright1522293068.18not out1527652055.55c sub (†McKay) b Patel1240050.00c Porterfield b Rankin564439101127.27Extras22 (b 12, lb 8, nb 2)TOTAL411 all out (120.4 Overs, RR: 3.4)Fall of wickets: 1-27 (JG Myburgh, 10.4 ov), 2-84 (ME Trescothick, 32.5 ov), 3-105 (AN Petersen, 37.4 ov), 4-268 (JC Hildreth, 86.5 ov), 5-286 (NRD Compton, 93.1 ov), 6-321 (PD Trego, 104.2 ov), 7-321 (C Kieswetter, 105.3 ov), 8-341 (AC Thomas, 110.4 ov), 9-342 (GH Dockrell, 111.1 ov), 10-411 (J Overton, 120.4 ov)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Petersen b Overton27274150100.00c †Kieswetter b Myburgh9918420713053.80lbw b Overton11822926914051.52c Compton b Trego32991243032.32c Hildreth b Overton217230011.76not out046000.00not out021000.00Extras16 (lb 2, nb 14)TOTAL294/5 (92.3 Overs, RR: 3.17)Fall of wickets: 1-40 (V Chopra, 10.4 ov), 2-203 (IJ Westwood, 56.3 ov), 3-290 (WTS Porterfield, 86.4 ov), 4-294 (SR Hain, 91.2 ov), 5-294 (A Javid, 92.1 ov)
Hours of play (local time)
- Warwickshire 1st innings
- WTS Porterfield 100 off 200 balls in 233 minutes, 11x4
|1st||40||IJ Westwood||V Chopra|
|2nd||163||IJ Westwood||WTS Porterfield|
|3rd||87||WTS Porterfield||SR Hain|
|4th||4||A Javid||SR Hain|
|5th||0||TR Ambrose||A Javid|
|6th||0||TR Ambrose||R Clarke|
Somerset's captain, Marcus Trescothick, was frustrated but generally satisfied with the progress of his side after the final day at Edgbaston was washed out
It has taken him 44 Championship matches and 69 Championship innings, but William Porterfield provided a reminder of the reasons Warwickshire wanted him in the first place with a maiden Championship century for the club.
The Overton twins, Jamie and Craig, produced the brightest cricket of the day to provide a hint of what should be a golden future for club and perhaps country. The 20-year-olds thrashed 69 for Somerset's tenth-wicket in just 9.3 overs to take their side o
Nick Compton compiled a patient half-century that built Somerset an excellent foundation against Warwickshire and provided a reminder of his skills that,just might have helped England retain the Ashes in the winter.