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Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Rawlins & Sussex Struggle On Day Two
Specsavers County Championship Division Two

Day 2 - Derbyshire leads by 267 runs with 8 wickets remaining

Derbyshire 138 & 360/2 Sussex 231


Luis Reece celebrated his county cap with a brilliant career-best 184 to put a large dent in Delray Rawlins and his Sussex’s teammates promotion hopes as Derbyshire turned the match at Derby on its head.

After bringing you the Day One scorecard, we can now bring you Day Two.

For the visitors, it was a day to forget as Reece had a day to remember as he became only the second Derbyshire player to score 150 and take five wickets in an innings, sharing an opening stand of 274 with skipper Billy Godleman, a county record for any wicket against Sussex ending the day 360/2 a lead of 267 runs.

Rawlins added 8 runs off 10 deliveries to his overnight score as he went for 34 off 60 deliveries hitting 3 fours and a six.

Sussex 1st Inning

..03 (12) PD Salt c Critchley b Reece
..05 (16) LWP Wells b Reece
..09 (35) WAT Beer LBW Hudson-Prentice
..60 (104) S van Zyl LBW Reece
..34 (60) Delray Rawlins c Melton b Reece
..00 (01) BC Brown c Hosein b Reece
..24 (38) D Wiese c McKiernan b Hudson-Prentice
..03 (12) CJ Jordan c Hosein b Hudson-Prentice
..50 (57) GHS Garton c McKiernan b Melton
..16 (23) OE Robinson LBW Madsen
..01 (12) RJW Topley Not Out
..26 Extras (2b-9lb-5w-10nb)
231 Total All Out after 60.5 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-7 (Salt), 2-16 (Wells), 3-25 (Beer), 4-128 (Rawlins), 5-128 (Brown), 6-145 (van Zyl), 7-152 (Jordan), 8-169 (Wiese), 9-202 (Robinson), 10-231 (Garton)

Derbyshire Bowlers

12.-1-44-0 AP Palladino
20.-4-63-5 LM Reece
15.-3-47-3 FJ Hudson-Prentice
3.5-0-24-1 DR Melton
5.0-2-16-1 WL Madsen

Derbyshire Second Inning


184 (189) LM Reece Run Out
106 (187) BA Godleman Not Out

..42 (60) WL Madsen c Brown b Topley
..03 (15) AK Dal Not Out
..25 Extras (9b-2lb-14nb)
360 Total for 2 Wickets after 74 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-274 (Reece), 2-351 (Madsen)

Sussex Bowlers

15.-3-54-0 OE Robinson
10.-2-59-0 CJ Jordan
8.0-1-45-0 D Wiese
11.-1-50-1 RJW Topley
11.-0-57-0 Delray Rawlins
7.0-0-41-0 GHS Garton
4.0-0-21-0 LWP Wells
8.0-1-22-0 WAT Beer
Monday, September 16, 2019
Rawlins & Sussex Begin Strong Against Derbyshire

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Delray Rawlins’ teammate Reece Topley marked his return to first-class cricket after an absence of more than two years by helping promotion-chasing Sussex bowl Derbyshire out cheaply on the opening day of the match at Derby.

The England seamer, whose career has been blighted by back injuries and was making only his sixth championship appearance in just over five years, took 2 for 23 as Derbyshire were dismissed for 138.

David Wiese led the Sussex attack with 4 for 18 and only Anuj Dal with 35 gave the home side a semblance of respectability.

But Sussex also struggled, losing three cheap wickets, before Stiaan Van Zyl, 49, and Rawlins, 26, carried the visitors to 116 for 3 at the close.

Derbyshire 1st Inning

..00 (08) LM Reece c Robinson b Jordan
..22 (37) BA Godleman c Salt b Topley
..20 (39) WL Madsen c Garton b Jordan
..24 (61) JL du Plooy c Salt b Topley
..07 (22) HR Hosein b Wiese
..00 (06) MJJ Critchley c Delray Rawlins b Wiese
..00 (01) MH McKiernan b Wiese
..14 (28) FJ Hudson-Prentice c Wells b Robinson
..35 (51) AK Dal c Brown b Wiese
..03 (12) AP Palladino c Delray Rawlins b Garton
..01 (14) DR Melton Not Out
..12 Extras (8lb-4nb)
138 Total All Out after 46.1 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-1 (Reece), 2-43 (Godleman), 3-44 (Madsen), 4-59 (Hosein), 5-75 (Critchley), 6-75 (McKiernan), 7-83 (du Plooy), 8-101 (Hudson-Prentice), 9-109 (Palladino), 10-138 (Dal)

Sussex Bowlers

10.-2-25-1 OE Robinson
13.-1-51-2 CJ Jordan
8.0-2-23-2 RJW Topley
10.1-5-18-4 D Wiese
5.0-1-13-1 GHS Garton

Sussex 1st Inning


..03 (12) PD Salt c Critchley b Reece
..05 (16) LWP Wells b Reece
..09 (35) WAT Beer LBW Hudson-Prentice
..49 (89) S van Zyl Not Out
..26 (50) Delray Rawlins Not Out
..24 Extras (2b-9lb-5w-8nb)
116 Total for 3 Wickets after 33 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-7 (Salt), 2-16 (Wells), 3-25 (Beer)

Derbyshire Bowlers

9.0-1-27-0 AP Palladino
11.-2-27-2 LM Reece
8.0-1-29-1 FJ Hudson-Prentice
3.0-0-19-2 DR Melton
2.0-1-03-0 WL Madsen
Friday, September 13, 2019
Rawlins Takes Three Wickets Helps Sussex Win

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Specsavers County Championship Division Two

Sussex won by 8 wickets

Gloucestershire 200 & 243 Sussex 370 & 74/2


Gloucestershire 2nd Inning

Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates completed a comprehensive eight-wicket win over Gloucestershire on the final day at Bristol to further boost their Division Two promotion hopes.

Phil Salt and Stiaan van Zyl staged an unbroken third-wicket stand of 41 as Sussex successfully chased down a modest victory target of 74 with 52 overs to spare to move to within 11 points of the promotion places with two games to play.

Any lingering hopes that Gloucestershire, who resumed on 197-6, might retrieve a parlous situation were dashed when their last four wickets yielded only 46 runs more as they were dismissed for 243 in their second innings. Chris Jordan and Rawlins claimed two wickets apiece to prevent the tail wagging and raise the prospect of an inside-the-distance victory.

Rawlins picked up 2 wickets for four runs in the morning session in 2.4 overs to claim figures of 10.4-0-36-3.

Gloucestershire 2nd Inning

..18 (40) JR Bracey c Brown b Wiese
..72 (103) CDJ Dent c Brown b Garton
..08 (07) GH Roderick c Haines b Wiese
..10 (45) MAH Hammond c Jordan b Rawlins
..23 (62) TMJ Smith c Beer b Robinson
..15 (60) BG Charlesworth LBW Robinson
..27 (51) RF Higgins c Robinson b Jordan
..10 (24) JMR Taylor c Brown b Jordan
..13 (41) DA Payne c Jordan b Delray Rawlins
..28 (45) MD Taylor Not Out

..02 (09) ST Gabriel b Delray Rawlins
..17 Extras (4b-7lb-6nb)
243 Total All Out after 80.4 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-48 (Bracey), 2-64 (Roderick), 3-112 (Hammond), 4-128 (Dent), 5-151 (Smith), 6-170 (Charlesworth), 7-200 (Taylor), 8-201 (Higgins), 9-239 (Payne), 10-243 (Gabriel)

Sussex Bowlers

21.-5-50-2 OE Robinson
18.-5-51-2 CJ Jordan
6.0-1-29-2 D Wiese
3.0-0-14-0 TJ Haines
11.-1-24-1 GHS Garton
10.4-0-36-3 Delray Rawlins
6.0-3-13-0 LWP Wells
5.0-1-5-0 WAT Beer

Sussex 2nd Inning

..30 (54) PD Salt Not Out

..02 (21) LWP Wells c Charlesworth b Payne
..10 (35) TJ Haines C Bracey b MD Taylor
..30 (30) S van Zyl Not Out
..02 Extras (2nb)
..74 Total for 2 Wickets after 23.1 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-13 (Wells), 2-33 (Haines)

Gloucestershire Bowlers

6.0-0-13-1 DA Payne
6.0-0-11-0 RF Higgins
5.0-0-19-0 BG Charlesworth
5.1-0-19-1 MD Taylor
1.0-0-12-0 JMR Taylor
Thursday, September 12, 2019
Rawlins & Sussex In Strong Position ahead of Final Day

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Specsavers County Championship Division Two

Day 3 - End of Play - Gloucestershire leads by 27 runs with 4 wickets remaining

Gloucestershire 200 & 197/6 Sussex 370


Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates look set to propel themselves right back into the Specsavers County Championship Second Division promotion race after dominating the third day of the match against Gloucestershire at Bristol.

On the brink of a second successive victory, Sussex posted 370 to establish a first-innings lead of 170 and then reduced their opponents to 197/6 by the close.

Gloucestershire lead by just 27 runs with four second-innings wickets in hand, only Chris Dent, who top-scored with 72, summoned meaningful second-innings resistance for Gloucestershire, whose top-order batting was undermined by a series of soft dismissals, James Bracey, Gareth Roderick and Miles Hammond all falling to ill-advised forcing shots.

Hammond succumbed in meek fashion for 10, taking on spinner Rawlins and top-edging a catch to slip.

Sussex First Inning

..64 (83) PD Salt c Bracey b Payne
..42 (122) LWP Wells c Bracey b Payne
..22 (47) TJ Haines c Bracey b Smith
..28 (84) S van Zyl LBW MD Taylor
..10 (24) Delray Rawlins c Roderick b Payne
..24 (75) BC Brown c Hammond b Charlesworth
..67 (97) D Wiese c Charlesworth b Higgins
..06 (07) CJ Jordan c Roderick b Charlesworth
..40 (76) WAT Beer Hit Wicket b Payne
..01 (09) GHS Garton Not Out

..06 (10) OE Robinson c JMR Taylor b Higgins
..60 Extras (7b-7lb-46nb)
370 Total All Out after 101.5 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-100 (Salt), 2-151 (Haines), 3-161 (Wells), 4-177 (Rawlins), 5-221 (van Zyl), 6-259 (Brown), 7-267 (Jordan), 8-359 (Wiese), 9-359 (Beer), 10-370 (Robinson)

Gloucestershire Bowlers

29.-10-59-4 DA Payne
20.-0-121-0 ST Gabriel
23.5-6-73-2 RF Higgins
11.-1-38-1 MD Taylor
12.-2-38-1 TMJ Smith
6.0-0-27-2 BG Charlesworth

Gloucestershire 2nd Inning


..18 (40) JR Bracey c Brown b Wiese
..72 (103) CDJ Dent c Brown b Garton
..08 (07) GH Roderick c Haines b Wiese
..10 (45) MAH Hammond c Jordan b Rawlins
..23 (62) TMJ Smith c Beer b Robinson
..15 (60) BG Charlesworth LBW Robinson
..24 (41) RF Higgins Not Out
..10 (23) JMR Taylor Not Out
..17 Extras (4b-7lb-6nb)
197 Total for 6 Wickets after 63 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-48 (Bracey), 2-64 (Roderick), 3-112 (Hammond), 4-128 (Dent), 5-151 (Smith), 6-170 (Charlesworth)

Sussex Bowlers

18.-3-46-2 OE Robinson
13.-5-28-0 CJ Jordan
6.0-1-29-2 D Wiese
3.0-0-14-0 TJ Haines
7.0-1-15-1 GHS Garton
8.0-0-32-1 Delray Rawlins
6.0-3-13-0 LWP Wells
2.0-0-09-0 WAT Beer

 
 
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Rawlins & Sussex Lead After Day Two

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Specsavers County Championship Division Two

Day 2 - Sussex leads by 113 runs with 3 Wickets remaining

Gloucestershire 200 Sussex 313/7


Phil Salt top-scored with 64 and Luke Wells made 42 as Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates established a useful lead on day two of their Specsavers County Championship match against Gloucestershire at Bristol.

The pair put on a century opening stand, but David Payne - who has 3 for 58 - inspired a recovery of sorts, cutting a swathe through the top order to restrict the visitors to 313-7 by the close of a stop-start day on which 23 overs were lost to bad light despite the County Ground floodlights being turned on throughout.

Rawlins was out for 10 after facing 24 deliveries, hitting 2 fours in his 31 minute stay at the crease.

Sussex First Inning

..64 (83) PD Salt c Bracey b Payne
..42 (122) LWP Wells c Bracey b Payne
..22 (47) TJ Haines c Bracey b Smith
..28 (84) S van Zyl LBW MD Taylor
..10 (24) Delray Rawlins c Roderick b Payne
..24 (75) BC Brown c Hammond b Charlesworth
..40 (68) D Wiese Not Out

..06 (07) CJ Jordan c Roderick b Charlesworth
..28 (43) WAT Beer Not Out
..49 Extras (7b-4lb-38nb)
313 Total for 7 Wickets after 89 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-100 (Salt), 2-151 (Haines), 3-161 (Wells), 4-177 (Rawlins), 5-221 (van Zyl), 6-259 (Brown), 7-267 (Jordan)

Gloucestershire Bowlers

27.-9-58-3 DA Payne
16.-0-94-0 ST Gabriel
21.-6-62-0 RF Higgins
11.-1-38-1 MD Taylor
8.0-2-23-1 TMJ Smith
6.0-0-27-2 BG Charlesworth
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