Delray Rawlins and his Sussex Seconds teammates started a three-day Championship match against Surrey, at the 1st Central County Ground.
At the Close of play Sussex Seconds lead by 342 runs. A five-wicket haul from Freddie Van Den Bergh saw Surrey fight back after a double hundred from Sussex opener Luke Wells.
Wells scored 208, Harry Finch joined Wells and the pair had an excellent partnership of 165. It was Barlow who eventually ended the stand with Scott Borthwick claiming the catch to see the back of Finch for 57.
One wicket can bring two and that was the case here as van den Bergh had fellow spinner Will Beer LBW without scoring. That left the hosts on 194/3 but another huge partnership followed between Wells and Rawlins before Borthwick’s first wicket with the ball came to end the stay of Rawlins for 42.
Then came van den Bergh’s flurry. First the slow left arm bowler claimed Philip Salt via Borthwick’s second catch of the day before he finally removed Wells for 208.
That got Surrey through to the tail and he soon saw the back of Michael Burgess and Ollie Robinson with the visitors on 383/8. With just 10 men to bat for Sussex, Brad Currie took the final wicket and ended the innings with the hosts on 400.
In response Arun Harinath fell for four before Nick Welch was bowled by Beer for 24. Surrey ended the day on 58/2 with Borthwick joined by Euan Woods at the crease.