Lancashire Second XI v Leicestershire
Match Drawn - SCORECARD
Danny Lamb hit an unbeaten 88 on the opening day of Lancashire Second XI's final fixture of the season against Leicestershire at Southport yesterday.
Lancashire, batting first, made a solid start with Calum Turner (56) and Rob Jones (25) laying a solid foundation for the hosts.
The visitors took wickets at regular intervals on the opening day with Lancashire finding themselves 126/6.
Danny Lamb came to the crease and made a watchful start before starting to play his shots. Sam Oldham joined the Lancashire all-rounder at the crease and the pair put on 84 for the seventh wicket.
Oldham (34) was dismissed before Arron Lilley (31) came in and hit six boundaries in a brief cameo for his side.
Lamb continued on his way to a century and was well supported by Liam Hurt in the closing overs of the day as Lancashire closed the opening day on 286/8.
Danny Lamb completed a terrific century on Day Two against Leicestershire at Southport as Lancashire Second continued to dominate.
The Lancashire all-rounder completed his century early on the second day, ably assisted by bowler Liam Hurt (25) who faced 38 deliveries as Lancashire were bowled out for 315.
The hosts made early inroads into the Leicestershire batting line up with Hurt dismissing Horton and Wells to leave the visitors struggling on 14/2.
Chris Sanders then struck twice in quick succession with Leicestershire 46/4, as wickets continued to fall at regular intervals for Lancashire.
Sanders took his third wicket before Arron Lilley and Saqib Mahmood took their first wickets of the day as Leicestershire closed the day on 108/7.
Leicestershire held out for a draw on the final day of Lancashire's Second XI season at Southport yesterday.
There was no play before lunch due to a wet outfield. The visitors resume on 108/7 but Arron Lilley took two wickets and Saqib Mahmood one, to clear up the tail with Leicestershire bowled out for 140.
Lancashire enforced the follow-on and Mahmood took the early wicket of Evans.
Josh Bohannon and Lilley both took another wicket but the visitors batted out the rest of the day before the players shook hands with Leicestershire 71/3 from 36 overs.
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