Simon Kerrigan took five wickets on Day Two as Lancashire Second XI and Hampshire drew in a two-day friendly clash at the Ageas Bowl.
The hosts made a bright start to the day as Will Smith hit a couple of early boundaries for Hampshire. The opening breakthrough of the day came courtesy of Kerrigan who trapped Smith (40) lbw.
Wickets fell in quick succession following Smith's dismissal as Lilley and then Kerrigan struck to leave Hampshire 98/4.
The Lancashire pair two two further wickets dismissing opener Tom Alsop (61) and Dickinson (2) with the hosts struggling on 163/7.
Chris Sanders (Lancashire U19) took his first wicket for the Second XI before Kerrigan (5/37) finished the job as Hampshire were bowled out for 210.
Lancashire opened the batting with Calum Turner and Rob Jones and the pair started aggressively as the visitors looked to set the game up. Jones, in particular, played positively and went on to bring up his first half century of the season, before falling to Hart. Turner (44) also impressed but he was dismissed by Taylor as Lancashire declared on 109/2.
Hampshire, required 201 to win from 19 overs and Chris Sanders made the only breakthrough for the Red Rose. Hampshire closed on 89/1 and the game was drawn.
Lancashire Second XI are back in action on Monday in a four-day friendly clash against Roses rivals Yorkshire at Emirates Old Trafford.