- BATSMENRMB4s6sSRlbw b Philander2450040.00lbw b Trego47123746163.51lbw b Gregory5097848059.52c Compton b Overton9619715912160.37c †Kieswetter b Philander11323620211255.94c †Kieswetter b Philander2152362058.33c †Kieswetter b Trego1770014.28c Hildreth b Dockrell2054353057.14b Philander318150020.00not out445320012.50c Suppiah b Philander11215006.66Extras42 (b 8, lb 8, nb 26)TOTAL400 all out (108.3 Overs, RR: 3.68)Fall of wickets: 1-2 (PJ Horton, 0.5 ov), 2-97 (KR Brown, 25.2 ov), 3-118 (SC Moore, 29.1 ov), 4-326 (AG Prince, 78.2 ov), 5-364 (GD Cross, 90.5 ov), 6-365 (LA Procter, 91.6 ov), 7-365 (SJ Croft, 92.2 ov), 8-371 (SI Mahmood, 96.6 ov), 9-391 (G Chapple, 105.1 ov), 10-400 (SC Kerrigan, 108.3 ov)
- BATSMENRMB4s6sSRb Chapple563491010.20c Horton b Chapple1539312048.38not out30109833036.14lbw b Procter3061465065.21not out422201020.00Extras3 (lb 1, nb 2)TOTAL87/3 (38 Overs, RR: 2.28)Fall of wickets: 1-17 (L Gregory, 10.1 ov), 2-28 (AV Suppiah, 16.2 ov), 3-81 (JC Hildreth, 31.4 ov)
Hours of play (local time)
- Thu, 26 Apr - day 1 - Lancashire 1st innings 363/4 (SJ Croft 113*, GD Cross 20*, 86 ov)
- Fri, 27 Apr - day 2 - Lancashire 1st innings 395/9 (KW Hogg 3*, SC Kerrigan 1*, 107 ov)
- Sat, 28 Apr - day 3 - Somerset 1st innings 87/3 (NRD Compton 30*, C Kieswetter 4*, 38 ov)
- Sun, 29 Apr - day 4 - no play
- Lancashire 1st innings
- SJ Croft 100 off 153 balls in 167 minutes, 10x4, 2x6
|1st||17||AV Suppiah||L Gregory|
|2nd||11||AV Suppiah||NRD Compton|
|3rd||53||NRD Compton||JC Hildreth|
|4th||6||NRD Compton||C Kieswetter|
Nick Compton has vowed not to waste what he suspects might be his final opportunity to win a place in England's Test side by becoming sidetracked into another impossible search for perfection.
Nick Compton survived a working over by Glen Chapple as Somerset reached 87 for 3 between the showers
On a shortened day in which Somerset took five Lancashire wickets, they also discovered that Marcus Trescothick will be out for longer than first thought
On the ground where they secured their first outright championship title since 1934 just seven months ago, Lancashire enjoyed their best day of a season that has taken some time to flicker into life.
Somerset's twins Craig and Jamie Overton both have hopes of a championship debut against Lancashire at Taunton on Thursday - but only one of them is likely to be celebrating.