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Second XI Championship

Lancashire v Nottinghamshire

Lancashire Second XI Lan
Nottinghamshire Second XI Not

Nottinghamshire won by 15 runs

Tuesday 31 July - Thursday 2 August 2018

Liverpool Cricket Club

Aigburth Rd


L19 3QF


  • Day One

    Tom Bailey, Liam Hurt, Danny Lamb and Jack Morley all took two wickets each on the opening day of Lancashire Second XI's Championship match against Nottinghamshire at Liverpool CC.

    After winning the toss and electing to bowl first, the Red Rose made two early inroads as Hurt removed Chris Gibson, before Bailey got Savin Perera (both 4) to reduce the visitors to 9-2.

    Solomon Budinger led the Notts fightback scoring 109, but Notts continued to lose regular wickets around him. 

    Lancashire were well placed with Notts 256-6, following wickets in quick succession by Lamb and Morley. 

    But, lower order batsman Liam Patterson-White dug in to score a gritty half century and give his side a slender advantage. 

    Patterson-White finished unbeaten on 67 at the close of play, with Notts reaching 382-9, following a tight first day. 

    Lancashire will be looking to take the final wicket early on Day Two, before batting long. 

  • Day Two

    Haseeb Hameed and George Lavelle both hit half centuries on Day Two of Lancashire's Second XI Championship match against Notts at Liverpool CC.

    Jack Morley took an early wicket to wrap up the Notts innings, as they were bowled out for 410.

    In reply Lancashire made a solid start as Rob Jones (31) and Hameed put on 90 for the first wicket. 

    However, both were dismissed in quick succession, Hameed for a solid 57 from 71 balls, including 12 fours. 


    At 105-3, Shivnarine Chanderpaul (44) and Lavelle came together and the pair played nicely to move Lancashire beyond 150. 

    Lavelle, who was later joined by Sam Perry (42), brought up his half century but was dismissed shortly after by Lyndon James for 54. 

    By the time Lancashire declared in order to have a short bowling session at Notts in the evening, they had reached 316-9, still trailing by 94 runs. 

    Notts survived a tricky short four over session to end the second day on 11 without loss, with a lead of 105. 


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