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Summary

  1. Jordan Clark takes hat-trick for Lancs as Yorkshire all out for 192
  2. Clark removes Joe Root, Kane Williamson & Jonny Bairstow
  3. Lancashire collapse 109 all out
  4. Surrey bowl out Notts for 210
  5. Surrey close on 223-1 - fifties for Burns and Stoneman
  6. Somerset close on 323-9 against Worcestershire
  7. All 10 teams play in Division Two

Live Reporting

By Gary Smee

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    For those of you who want to keep tuned to the final session of the Sussex v Glamorgan match, the commentary link will appear on the BBC cricket section of the website shortly.

    But for now, this is where I'll end things.

    I'll be back tomorrow alongside Josh Hunt and Katie Whyatt for what promises to be a fascinating second day.

    Until then, goodbye.

    Yorkshire wicket
  2. Close of play

    Division Two scores

    • Northamptonshire finish day one on 74-3 in reply to Derbyshire's 260. Ben Sanderson took 5-53 for Northants.
    • Gloucestershire close on 315-7 against Durham. Ryan Higgins makes maiden first-class century, Ben Stokes takes 3-40
    • Leicestershire finish day one on 149-6 in reply to Kent's 104, Zak Chappell taking 3-14 for the Foxes
    • Warwickshire close on 152-4 in reply to Middlesex's 236, James Fuller out for 71 for Middlesex, Rhodes unbeaten on 53 for Bears
    • Sussex are currently 211-6 in their day-night game against Glamorgan. Michael Hogan has got 3-28, current partnership Chris Jordan and Ben Brown on 40.
  3. Post update

    Before I go, here's a look at the state of play in Division Two...

  4. Stumps at Old Trafford

    Lancashire 109 v Yorkshire 192

    So that's it for the day.

    19 wickets fell, Jordan Clark took a hat-trick, Lancashire then collapsed, Yorkshire have a first-innings lead of 83.

    I'm off to find a dark room.

  5. WICKET

    Anderson lbw b Brooks (Lancs 109 v Yorks 192)

    I think Lancashire are all out...

    James Anderson is pinned lbw by Jack Brooks in the penultimate over and they're walking off.

    Yep, Liam Livingstone won't bat. Lancashire are all out for 109. Incredible.

  6. Post update

    Lancashire 106-8 v Yorkshire 192

    That's not in the script Jimmy!

    James Anderson boshes Ben Coad through to the off-side boundary.

    One and a bit overs to go.

  7. Post update

    Lancashire 102-8 v Yorkshire 192

    They're into the final couple of overs at Old Trafford now.

    James Anderson and Matt Parkinson are clinging on for dear life.

    If they survive until stumps, it gives the injured Liam Livingstone a chance of batting tomorrow.

  8. Close of play at Trent Bridge

    Notts 210 v Surrey 223-1

    And that's the end of a dominant opening day for Division One leaders Surrey.

    After bowling out Notts for 210, the unbeaten visitors have raced into a lead thanks to Mark Stoneman's 86 and a superb unbeaten 97 from captain Rory Burns.

    They'll be looking for a huge first-innings advantage on day two.

  9. Post update

    Lancashire 100-8 v Yorkshire 192

    I don't think Liam Livingstone will be able to bat if required tonight. So James Anderson and Matt Parkinson need to hang on for another four and a bit overs.

    Meanwhile Anderson drives Ben Coad through the off-side to the boundary. The 100 is up.

  10. Post update

    Notts 210 v Surrey 212-1

    Quickly back to Trent Bridge where Surrey have moved into a first-innings lead.

    There are a couple of overs to go on day one there.

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    Allen Cooper: Fantastic bowling performance again from Yorkshire, if only we could bat we’d be top of the league... Coad is a wonderful talent. Another player we’ll be losing to England before long.

  12. Post update

    Lancashire 92-8 v Yorkshire 192

    Jimmy, stop this madness, please pal.

    James Anderson comes in at 10. There are still five overs to go.

    I'm just trying to find out if Liam Livingstone is padded up...

  13. WICKET

    Clark c Bresnan b Brooks 5 (Lancs 92-8 v Yorks 192)

    See you later, I'm outta here...

    I can't keep up! That's four wickets in eight balls now - Jordan Clark is the latest to go caught at deep square leg by Tim Bresnan.

    What are Lancashire doing?!

  14. Post update

    Lancashire 92-7 v Yorkshire 192

    Just a reminder that Lancashire were sitting pretty on 46-0 less than an hour ago.

    They've lost seven wickets in double-quick time at Old Trafford. What a day.

  15. WICKET

    Onions b Coad 0 (Lancs 92-7 v Yorks 192)

    BOWLED! YORKSHIRE ARE COCK-A-HOOP.

    It's three wickets in the over for Ben Coad as Graham Onions is castled second ball.

    Panic stations for Lancashire. Can Liam Livingstone bat with his wrist injury? Not at the moment - Matt Parkinson comes in at nine.

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    Jordan Hart: Typical Lancashire always collapse when they are in commanding positions. Cons of being a Lancs fan.

  17. WICKET

    Bailey b Coad 0 (Lancs 92-6 v Yorks 192)

    Make that six down. Lancashire are capitulating.

    Tom Bailey is bowled by Ben Coad second ball.

    Liam Livingstone still can't bat, he has a wrist injury, so Graham Onions comes in at eight. It's madness out there I tell you.

  18. Trott out for 47

    Division Two latest

    • Leicestershire's Ben Raine has just gone for nine, caught by Kent's Sean Dickson at first slip. The visitors are 149-6 in reply to the hosts' 104, with Ned Eckersley closing in on a half-century - he's 45 not out
    • Warwickshire are 146-4 in reply to Middlesex's 236, with Jonathan Trott out for 47
    • Sussex are 198-6 against Glamorgan, Luke Wells having top-scored with 71
  19. WICKET

    Davies c Bairstow b Coad 51 (Lancs 92-5 v Yorks 192)

    Five down!

    Alex Davies had looked so good, but it only takes one ball.

    He nicks Ben Coad behind and Jonny Bairstow does the rest.

    What a comeback this has been by Yorkshire's pace bowlers late on day one.

  20. Post update

    Notts 210 v Surrey 201-1

    That's the 200 up for Surrey in the 36th over.

    Can Rory Burns get to his third century of the summer tonight?

    He's 15 away with six overs to go.

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