Nottinghamshire v Warwickshire: Rain interrupts day two
|County Championship Division One, Trent Bridge|
|Close, day two: Nottinghamshire 155 & 49-0 v Warwickshire 204|
|Notts 3pts, Warwicks 4pts|
Scores are level as Nottinghamshire's second innings against Warwickshire at Trent Bridge was interrupted by rain.
The visitors began the day on 139-6 and Rikki Clarke (37), Ian Blackwell (37) and Keith Barker (22 not out) helped them post 204 all out.
Paul Franks (2-43) took the last two wickets, while Andy Carter finished with 4-55 and Ben Phillips 3-60.
Led by 19-year-old debutant Sam Kelsall (25 not out), Notts wiped out their first-innings deficit to reach 49-0.
VIEW FROM THE COMMENTARY BOX
BBC WM's Mike Taylor:
"Getting this match finished in three days to give them a day's breather before Lord's on Saturday is going to be a bit of a tall order for Warwickshire from here, but it has been a match in which a few odd things have happened, so one never knows.
"Contest of the day (or half-day) was the brief head-to-head of Andy Carter bowling to Chris Wright. Warwickshire's admirable spearhead this season bounced out the Notts number 11 on Tuesday, hitting him three times before having him caught at short leg.
"Carter returned the compliment today and, though he didn't claim Wright's wicket, he did hit him on the chest. If you give it, you've got to take it. And you're telling me this is a meaningless match?"