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Jordan five for puts Sussex on top

Worcestershire 185-9 v Sussex

BBC Sussex's Adrian Harms

at New Road:

"Chris Jordan has sent a gentle reminder to the England selectors with a terrific spell of bowling taking 5-56 in an impressive spell of fast bowling.

"The spell coincided with Worcestershire collapsing from a comfortable position of 93-2 to 172-8 at tea.

"The Worcestershire batsman didn't help their own cause with some soft dismissals but credit Sussex who have bowled an excellent line and length and caught well particularly in the slip cordon."

Day one washed out at Edgbaston

Warwickshire v Middlesex

Play has been abandoned at Edgbaston without a ball being bowled on the first day of the Championship match between Warwickshire and Middlesex.

Heavy rain throughout Bank Holiday Monday and overnight in Birmingham left the outfield saturated and after several inspections the umpires deemed it too wet to play at 16:10 BST.

We'll try again tomorrow.

Pringle saves Durham's blushes

Tea, day one: Durham 178-8 v Hampshire

BBC Radio Solent's Kevan James

at Chester-le-Street:

"Durham have been indebted to Ryan Pringle's (80 not out) top score of the season.

"He's been very quick on anything short. However he was dropped at gully on 27 which wasn't too difficult.

"The ball has been moving around and Gareth Berg has taken three wickets in the afternoon session."

Surrey pay for dropped catches

Tea, day one: Derbyshire 128-2 v Surrey

BBC London 94.9's Mark Church at

the Oval:

"A funny old session. Both Billy Godleman and Ben Slater were dropped in the slips off the Curran brothers but in between the chances the runs flowed.

"Zafar Ansari made the breakthrough when he bowled Godleman for 45 and then on the stroke of tea, Ansari trapped Slater lbw for 42.

"The visitors are 128-2 at the interval but it could have been a very different story if catches had been taken."

Worcestershire batsmen battle against Sussex

Lunch, day one: Worcestershire 70-2 v Sussex

BBC Sussex's Adrian Harms at

New Road:

"A tense morning at New Road in a match that neither of these sides can afford to lose as they battle to avoid relegation.

"Sussex were rocked by the loss of skipper Ed Joyce with a back problem just before the start, Chris Nash taking over captaincy duties.

"Worcestershire won the toss and elected to bat but lost both skipper Mitchell and Fell with just 13 on the board both wickets going to Chris Jordan who bowled a fiery opening spell.

"However Brett D'Oliveira and Joe Clarke have added an unbroken 57 in a resolute third wicket partnership as the hosts have reached lunch on 70-2."

Yorkshire bowlers tear through Somerset

Lunch, day one: Somerset 85-8 v Yorkshire

Yorkshire have tightened their grip on the county championship title as their seam bowlers ran riot against Somerset at Headingley.

The Division One leaders took eight wickets before lunch, all of them to the seamers.

Jack Brooks starred with 4-25, while there were also wickets for Ryan Sidebottom, Tim Bresnan and Steven Patterson.

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here for the full scorecard.

Hants on top at Durham

Lunch, day one: Durham 73-5 v Hampshire

BBC Newcastle's Martin Emmerson:

"I get the impression the Durham players can't wait for this season to end. They have been on the slide for weeks now and having chosen to bat against Hampshire find themselves 73-5 at lunch.

"South African Ryan McLaren has caused most of the problems on a pitch where the ball is seaming about. He has taken 3-20 in nine overs.

"Durham haven't won in the Championship in five matches, while Hants arrived here in bottom spot and having only won two all season. But you get the feeling there's never been a better time for them to add to that wins column in their fight for survival."