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Summary

  1. Sangakkara first to 1,000 Championship runs
  2. Umeed, Mullaney & D'Oliveira also score centuries
  3. Hales makes 85 for Notts
  4. Wood takes five wickets for Durham

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By Gary Smee

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Pink ball

    And with stumps at Trent Bridge, it's stumps for me too.

    I'll be back tomorrow from 13:45 BST, hopefully under bright skies, to bring you all the action from day three along with Felix Keith.

    Until then, dry off and have a good night.

  2. Close of play scores

    County Championship - day two

    Division One

    • Yorkshire 27-1 v Surrey 516-7 dec
    • Warwickshire 259-7 v Lancashire 273
    • Hampshire 211-9 dec v Somerset 43-1
    • Essex 106-0 v Middlesex 246 - no play Tuesday, rain

    Division Two

    • Sussex 358-9 dec v Gloucestershire 31-0 - no play Tuesday, rain
    • Notts 371 v Kent 180 & 105-4
    • Northants 261 & 60-3 v Leicestershire 157
    • Glamorgan 237 v Derbyshire 288 & 2-0
    • Durham 197 v Worcestershire 367

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  3. Close of play at Trent Bridge

    Notts 371 v Kent 180 & 105-4

    Sam Billings ends the day 39 not out as he preserves his replacement's wicket.

    The last three overs were maidens and Notts will be delighted with their day. Steven Mullaney's 168 and Alex Hales' 85 gave them a lead and the bowling unit, lead by Harry Gurney (2-28), have continued the fine work.

    Kent trail by 86 runs, with six wickets in hand.

  4. Billings to head off to Lions tomorrow

    Notts 371 v Kent 180 & 105-4

    Sam Billings is not out, but even if he gets through the final over of the day, he won't be batting at Trent Bridge again tomorrow.

    That's because he'll be heading off to keep wicket for the England Lions against South Africa at New Road instead. Kent will substitute in a 'like for like' replacement to take his place.

    What a strange situation to be in. Gary Ballance, Joe Clarke, Keaton Jennings and Tom Westley are all in the same situation.

  5. Billings shining under the lights

    Notts 371 v Kent 180 & 105-4

    Now this is proper day/night cricket.

    Players and commentators alike have complained about the difficulty of picking up the pink ball, but Sam Billings is enjoying it under the lights so far this evening.

    He has 39 not out and has dominated his partnership with Will Gidman (12 not out)

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  6. Post update

    So now we're down to one game at Trent Bridge where there are five overs left.

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    G.J.D: Championship matches are such awkwardly timed things, so day/nighters are excellent ideas! Means people home from work can go.

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  8. Stumps at Edgbaston

    Warwickshire 259-7 v Lancashire 273

    Day two comes to a close in Birmingham, and what a day it's been for Warwickshire opener Andrew Umeed.

    The 21-year-old has batted throughout the day to reach his second first-class century.

    More importantly, he's given his side a chance of building a first-innings lead over Lancashire - they trail by just 14.

    Jeetan Patel (36 not out) also played his part in the final session in a stand of 75.

  9. Derbyshire nightwatchmen survive

    Glamorgan 237 v Derbyshire 288 & 2-0 - stumps

    Derbyshire sent in two nightwatchmen, Tom Taylor and Tony Palladino, and they did their job, seeing off the two overs from Michael Hogan and Timm van der Gugten.

    The visitors will start day three tomorrow with a lead of 53 to build on.

  10. Century for Andrew Umeed

    Warwickshire 254-7 v Lancashire 273

    He's got there! Well batted Andrew Umeed.

    The 21-year-old reaches his second first-class hundred with a four off Jordan Clark - just his sixth of the innings.

    It's taken 331 balls and more than seven hours, but it could well be the most important knock in Warwickshire's season so far as they hunt a first victory.

  11. Billings set tough task

    Notts 371 v Kent 180 & 82-4

    Sam Billings hasn't had much experience playing in these sorts of situations. The England star returned from the Indian Premier League, where he played for Delhi Daredevils, and played some white-ball cricket for his country.

    But he's making a good fist of the tough task in his first Championship game of the season so far at Trent Bridge. He's 22 not out alongside Will Gidman, who has six runs.

  12. Post update

    For those of you just joining me, here's a quick summary of day two in pictures...

    Rain
    Kumar Sangakkara

    I jest of course. Special mention must go to Steven Mullaney on his career-best 168, five wickets for Mark Wood, a century for Brett D'Oliveira and Andrew Umeed's marathon knock.

    But it's felt like one of those days where rain has been the winner.

  13. Post update

    Warwickshire 244-7 v Lancashire 273

    They're into the final five overs at Edgbaston - Andrew Umeed is on 96.

    Imagine if he goes to bed on 99 after batting for seven hours?

  14. Play called off at Northants

    Northants 261 & 60-3 v Leicestershire 157

    I completely forgot about Northants, they've been off for so long now.

    But it's just been officially abandoned for the day.

    Can we have our heatwave back please?

  15. Glamorgan all out for 237

    Glamorgan 237 v Derbyshire 288

    Derbyshire have a first-innings lead of 51 runs.

    Graham Wagg has fallen lbw to Tony Palladino to close the innings. Nicholas Selman top-scored with 50 for the hosts, while Palladino's 4-36 is by far the best figures for Derbyshire.

  16. Glamorgan go nine down

    Glamorgan 237-9 v Derbyshire 288

    Marchant de Lange is out and his 39-run partnership with Graham Wagg has come to an end.

    Tom Taylor has the wicket and Derbyshire will be hoping to pick up the 10th wicket cheaply and take a small first-innings lead, which is currently 51 runs.

  17. Post update

    Warwickshire 233-7 v Lancashire 273

    Andrew Umeed moves into the 90s. He's batted throughout the day unflustered.

    Jeetan Patel is providing good support at the other end - the New Zealander is up to 25.

    Warwickshire could get a handy first-innings lead here.

  18. A flash of Root

    Yorkshire 27-1 v Surrey 516-7 dec - stumps

    We only got to see Joe Root for 13 balls this evening.

    The England Test captain made 12 before the rain arrived at Headingley.

    The forecast in Leeds on Wednesday is an absolute horror show, so the Yorkshireman may not get much practise in before the first Test against South Africa next week.

    Joe Root
  19. WICKET Dickson (c Taylor b Gurney) 12

    Notts 371 v Kent 180 & 63-4

    It just keeps getting worse for Kent.

    Sean Dickson is the latest to depart the crease, with Harry Gurney again the wicket-taker. Brendan Taylor snaffles a catch at third slip.

    Nottinghamshire are by far and a way the best side in Division Two and they're proving it against one of the other strong teams.

  20. Glamorgan closing the gap

    Glamorgan 229-8 v Derbyshire 288

    Glamorgan continue to eat up Derbyshire's first-innings lead, which currently stands at 59 runs.

    Marchant de Lange (18 not out) and Graham Wagg (16 not out) are sticking at it and have a 31-run partnership for the ninth wicket so far.