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Summary

  1. Lancashire bowled out for 123 on first day v Yorkshire at Headingley
  2. Yorkshire seamer Ben Coad takes 6-25 and White Rose close on 93-2 in reply
  3. Centuries for Sean Ervine and Jimmy Adams for Hampshire v Warwickshire
  4. Luke Wells makes unbeaten 139 for Sussex against Worcestershire

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By Adam Williams and Kalika Mehta

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That's all for now

Peter Handscomb
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So, that's where we'll bring events for today to a close.

Quite an eventful day between the rain breaks and bad light. We'll be back for day two from 10:45 BST on Saturday.

Until then...

Close of play scores

Close of play at Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire 229 v Derbyshire 52-2

Wicket time deep in the gloom in the East Midlands to finish the first day.

Shiv Thakor falls in the final over to Brett Hutton with a couple of balls remaining and Samit Patel takes the catch in the slip cordon.

Derbyshire close still 177 runs behind of Nottinghamshire after an eventful opening day.

No result possible for Australia & New Zealand

At the Champions Trophy, rain sadly won the day at Edgbaston as Australia and New Zealand's Group A meeting could not be concluded and the points were shared....

Kane Williamson & Josh Hazlewood

Australia and NZ share points after rain

New Zealand's Kane Williamson scores a century as their Champions Trophy tie against Australia is abandoned after rain.

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Ervine & Adams set new Hants records

Hampshire 294-3 v Warwickshire

Hampshire were in trouble early on against Warwickshire at 31-3 at the Ageas Bowl.

But from there, the day belonged to Sean Ervine and Jimmy Adams as the hosts piled on the runs and broke 120-year-old records in the process....

Sean Ervine

Ervine & Adams help Hants dominate Bears

Sean Ervine and Jimmy Adams share 263-run stand to help Hampshire dominate day one against Warwickshire.

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Coad on fire again for White Rose

Yorkshire 93-2 v Lancashire 123

There was no play before lunch at Headingley on the first day of the latest Roses clash, but the once they got going there was no shortage of action in the 69 overs that were possible.

Ben Coad returned figures of 6-25 for Yorkshire as Lancashire's decision to bat first backfired in spectacular fashion...

Ben Coad

Coad skittles Lancashire in Roses match

Ben Coad takes a career-best 6-25 as Yorkshire bowl out Lancashire for 123 on day one of the Roses match at Headingley.

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Elgar stands firm between the showers

Middlesex v Somerset 161-5

A frustrating day with the weather at Lord's between heavy showers and bad light for Middlesex and Somerset.

The champions made some early inroads into the Somerset innings, but Dean Elgar remained unmoved on 77.

Dean Elgar

Defiant Elgar holds up Middlesex charge

Dean Elgar's unbeaten 77 saves Somerset from collapse against Middlesex on a rain-shortened first day at Lord's.

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Wells the star for Sussex

Sussex 339-3 v Worcestershire

In Division Two at Hove, Sussex opener Luke Wells hit an unbeaten 139 on the opening day against Worcestershire to put his side well and truly in command.

Luke Wells

Wells century frustrates Worcestershire

Luke Wells hits an unbeaten 139 as Sussex reach 339-3 at the close on day one against Worcestershire at Hove.

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So, around about six overs still to bowl at Trent Bridge in the only game still going today.

As we wait for stumps there, we'll bring you up to speed with some of the other headlines from today.

Stumps at Chester-le-Street

Durham 166 v Northamptonshire 59-3

32 overs have been lost in this Division Two match as stumps is called with light too poor for play to resume.

It was certainly the visitors' day at Chester-le-Street after a career-best 6-34 from Nathan Buck helped Northants bowled Durham out for just 166.

Despite losing three wickets, the away side remain firmly in control of the match.

Close of play at Headingley

Yorkshire 93-2 v Lancashire 123

As predicted a short while ago, they've called it quits for the day at Headingley.

Well and truly Yorkshire's day and another one to remember for Ben Coad.

The White Rose will resume tomorrow just 30 runs behind after an eventful first day.

Bad light stops play at Chester-le-Street

Durham 166 v Northamptonshire 59-3

Durham were desperate to stay out there having taken three early wickets but the umpires drag the players off for bad light.

That might well be it for the day at Chester-le-Street but we'll have to wait for official confirmation.

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Still going in Division Two....

It might have all ground to a halt in Division One's action, but they're still going in two Division Two games....

Derbyshire have just lost a first wicket against Nottinghamshire in their reply to 229. Louis Reece is caught at first slip off Luke Wood's bowling for 17 to leave them 25-1.

Meanwhile at Chester-le-Street, Northamptonshire have progressed to 56-3 now in response to Durham's 166.

No result at Edgbaston

As predicted, the weather's beaten them in Birmingham between Australia and New Zealand.

No result in that game between the other two sides in England's group so the points are shared.

New Zealand face England in Cardiff on Tuesday.

Rain stops play at Headingley

Yorkshire 93-2 v Lancashire 123

Light rain becomes slightly heavier rain up in Leeds and the umpires take the players off the field with 8.2 overs still to be bowled in the day.

Yorkshire just 30 runs behind after making a cracking start to the day that saw the morning session lost to the elements.

Doesn't look like they'll get back on for any more action....

New Zealand 291 (45 overs) v Australia 53-3 (9 overs)

Talking of that Champions Trophy match, they may not get a result at Edgbaston after a series of rain breaks.

Australia were set a revised target of 235 off 33 overs before they were halted at 53-3 off nine.

They need to get back out there at 18:50 BST to have time to complete a game of any description, but it looks like the elements may beat them and leave it as a no result.

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bbc-coverageCatch the Champions Trophy on BBC Two

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As we've mentioned, the Champions Trophy is currently taking place across England and Wales for the next fortnight.

Australia and New Zealand are doing battle at Edgbaston today and you can catch television highlights of every game on BBC Two during the tournament.

If you missed them last night, you can also catch up on England against Bangladesh at The Oval yesterday.

You can also follow every delivery via Test Match Special's ball-by-ball commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, online and digital services.

In-play highlight clips will also be available for UK website users, along with live text commentary.

Back on again at Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire 229 v Derbyshire 11-0

Might be stumps already in a few games, but they're back out there following a brief rain delay at Trent Bridge...

Don't think many expected a restart as virtually everyone has gone home. 15 overs to be bowled though !!

Don't think many expected a restart as virtually everyone has gone home. 15 overs to be bowled though !!

Close of play at Ageas Bowl

Hampshire 294-3 v Warwickshire

Stumps drawn in Southampton at the end of a day Jimmy Adams and Sean Ervine won't forget in a hurry.

They finish unbeaten on 104 and 160 respectively and their fourth-wicket partnership will resume tomorrow morning on 263 runs.

Quite some recovery from 31-3 at 11:45 BST.

Another one down for Northants

Durham 166 v Northamptonshire 28-3

Alex Winter

BBC Radio Northampton sport at Chester-le-Street

A great performance with the ball for Northants, just what Alex Wakely would have wanted.

Nathan Buck the star with 6-34, a first-class best for him. It was a consistent display for the most part from Northants with all the bowlers getting on the board.

But wickets are continuing to tumble and Northants are in a fight to get to the close in some decent shape.

Rob Keogh the latest to succumb to Barry McCarthy for just two.

The forecast tomorrow is good and potentially a much better day to bat - how many wickets can they take to day two?

Close of play at Lord's

Middlesex v Somerset 161-5

All done for the day at Lord's after no play was possible after 15:20 BST due to a combination of heavy showers and bad light...

Play abandoned for the day. Somerset will resume 161/5 tomorrow with Elgar unbeaten on 77 #MIDvSOM

WICKET Handscomb (c Davies b Procter) 33

Lancashire 123 v Yorkshire 85-2

A useful 64-run second-wicket partnership between Adam Lyth and Peter Handscomb is ended as the latter edges behind off Luke Procter.

The hosts trial by just 38 first-inning runs though.

Close of play at Hove

Sussex 339-3 v Worcestershire

Close of play down at Hove where Sussex have dominated the opening day against Worcestershire.

Luke Wells finishes unbeaten on 139 with former skipper Luke Wright at the other end on 27.

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Ervine reaches 11,000 first-class runs

Hampshire 286-3 v Warwickshire

Another boundary in Sean Ervine's marathon innings sees him pass 11,000 first-class career runs.

Ervine now on to 157 not out with thee overs remaining in the day's play.

100 for Jimmy Adams

Hampshire 282-3 v Warwickshire

Another century made at the Ageas Bowl on this first day and it's Jimmy Adams the man to get to the landmark this time.

Drives two runs down the ground off Boyd Rankin to get to three figures off 261 balls, including 11 fours.

That's his first first-class century since July 2015 and his first at home since August 2014.

Durham make double early breakthrough

Durham 166 v Northamptonshire 12-2

Wickets continue to fall up at Chester-le-Street after they lost the entire morning session.

Durham have claimed the early wickets of Rob Newton and Alex Wakeley to leave the visitors 12-2 in reply to their earlier 166.

Rain returns to Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire 229 v Derbyshire 9-0

Dave Bracegirdle

BBC Radio Nottingham commentator

Rain has stopped play at Trent Bridge with Derbyshire on 9-0 replying to Nottinghamshire's 229.

150 for Sean Ervine

Hampshire 269-3 v Warwickshire

Runs keep flowing for Hampshire and Sean Ervine late in the day at The Ageas Bowl.

Strikes his 14th four of his 246-ball stay at the crease off Boyd Rankin's bowling to reach his latest landmark of 150.

The Zimbabwean is also now just four runs away from reaching 11,000 first-class career runs.

Lyth digs deep for Yorkshire

Lancashire 123 v Yorkshire 62-1

Despite the early loss of Alex Lees, Yorkshire have been relatively untroubled at Headingley.

Adam Lyth has moved on nicely to 35 with the White Rose county 62-1, trailing by just 61 runs.

It's fair to say Steven Croft's decision to bat first today has not proved to be a successful one, just yet.

Bad light stops play

Middlesex v Somerset 161-5

Still no play since 15:20 BST at Lord's and it's not looking too promising for an immediate restart by the looks of the picture from our man there...

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Records broken at Ageas Bowl

Hampshire 255-3 v Warwickshire

Jimmy Adams (85 not out) and Sean Ervine (142 not out) keep piling on the runs for the fourth Hampshire wicket against Warwickshire and now they've broken a record that had stood, until a few moments ago, since 1897....

RECORD: The current 224-run stand between @Jhkadams & @Sean_Ervine has broken a 120-year old @hantscricket record for 4th wicket v Warks.

Buck sweeps Durham aside

Durham 166 v Northamptonshire

Nathan Buck has picked up career best first-class figures of 6-34 to rattle Durham out for just 166.

Michael Richardson top scored with 27 for the hosts at Chester-le-Street and eight players made double figures, but the visitors are firmly on top.

Notts dismissed

Nottinghamshire 229 v Derbyshire

Dave Bracegirdle

BBC Radio Nottingham commentator at Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire have been dismissed for 229 with Jeevan Mendis bowling last man Harry Gurney for just 2.

Tony Palladino was the pick of the bowlers for Derbyshire, taking 4-44.

Partnership broken at Hove

Sussex 303-3 v Worcestershire

Stiaan Van Zyl
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Staying in Division Two, where Worcestershire have finally broken the partnership between Stiaan van Zyl and Luke Wells for the third wicket at Hove.

Van Zyl (pictured above) was bowled by Ed Barnard for 54 off 110 balls a short while ago to end a stand of 137 runs for the third wicket.

Wells (130 not out) has been joined at the crease by Luke Wright, who yesterday stood down as Sussex captain.

Landmark time for Rory Kleinveldt

Durham 159-9 v Northamptonshire

Not been a great day so far for Durham's batsmen but it has been a notable one for Northamptonshire's seamer Rory Kleinveldt....

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bbc-coverageRelive Root's masterful 133

In case you missed it yesterday, Joe Root struck his best ODI score in England's eight-wicket win against Bangladesh at The Oval.

Relive the best of Root's unbeaten ton in our video highlights package above.

WICKET Lees (c Croft b Bailey) 5

Lancashire 123 v Yorkshire 21-1

Alex Lees departs for just five after the Yorkshire opener edges Tom Bailey to Lancashire captain Steven Croft at gully.

Important scalp for the Red Rose county, especially if they're going to claw their way back into this match.

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17:15 BST restart scheduled at Edgbaston

New Zealand 291 (45 overs) v Australia

Josh Hazlewood
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Meanwhile in the Champions Trophy, they've had to wait around for Australia to begin their pursuit of New Zealand's earlier 291 in Edgbaston.

They're set to restart at 17:15 BST there and Australia will chase a revised total of 235 off 33 overs.

Follow that game live with Test Match Special commentary and video highlights here.

Division Two round up

Durham struggle against Northants

Durham's batting woes have continued as Nathan Buck's four wickets, which included dismissing Paul Collingwood and Keaton Jennings, have reduced them to 131-8 against Northamptonshire.

A middle order collapse has seen Nottinghamshire fall from 132-3 to 212-8, with Tony Palladino taking 3-36 for Derbyshire.

However, Sussex have continued to bat well against Worcestershire after losing a couple of early wickets with Luke Wells' century taking the hosts to 276-2.

200 partnership for Adams and Ervine

Hampshire 233-3 v Warwickshire

Runs keep flowing for Hampshire and Jimmy Adams (72 not out) and Sean Ervine (133 not out).

They've passed 200 runs in their partnership for the fourth wicket now.

Quite a recovery for the hosts after being 31-3 inside the opening 45 minutes.