• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c sub (Cork) b Wainwright
    59
    96
    130
    9
    0
    61.45
    lbw b Palladino
    56
    153
    182
    7
    0
    36.60
    c †Poynton b Clare
    44
    91
    124
    5
    0
    48.35
    c Redfern b Wainwright
    112
    282
    363
    7
    0
    39.71
    run out (Godleman)
    48
    83
    92
    4
    0
    57.83
    c †Poynton b Whiteley
    8
    8
    13
    1
    0
    100.00
    c †Poynton b Groenewald
    33
    51
    64
    4
    0
    64.70
    c Groenewald b Clare
    41
    43
    55
    4
    2
    95.34
    c Durston b Clare
    0
    1
    2
    0
    0
    0.00
    not out
    19
    63
    64
    1
    0
    30.15
    lbw b Groenewald
    0
    1
    1
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    23 (lb 8, nb 14, w 1)
    TOTAL
    443 all out (144.1 Overs, RR: 3.07)
    Fall of wickets: 1-95 (EJM Cowan, 30.1 ov), 2-143 (AD Hales, 48.2 ov), 3-186 (MJ Lumb, 68.3 ov), 4-275 (SR Patel, 93.6 ov), 5-286 (MH Wessels, 97.1 ov), 6-332 (CMW Read, 113.2 ov), 7-391 (SCJ Broad, 126.1 ov), 8-391 (AR Adams, 126.2 ov), 9-443 (JWA Taylor, 143.6 ov), 10-443 (HF Gurney, 144.1 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    AP Palladino3669912.7502
    TD Groenewald37.1108222.2000
    JL Clare23210934.7305
    RA Whiteley904314.7710
    DJ Wainwright3017822.6000
    WJ Durston902402.6600

Match Notes

  • Is this the funniest run out ever?

    It must surely rank as one of the funniest run outs in cricket history. As much as Samit Patel, Nottinghamshire's England allrounder, might have wished otherwise, it was a natural for YouTube.

  • Taylor accepts England challenge

    James Taylor's century put Nottinghamshire in a position of strength, with the potential to complete a victory despite the threat of showers on the final day

  • Derbs slips let Notts away

    Three top-order fifties, led by James Taylor's unbeaten 67, gave Nottinghamshire a chance to put more strain on the confidence of promoted Derbyshire

  • Chanderpaul props up Derbyshire

    Derbyshire's decision to make Shivnarine Chanderpaul the marquee signing of their return to First Division cricket could not have been demonstrated more amply as he put himself forward with all his customary patience and obstinacy as the cornerstone of a