Thursday, 11 April 2013

Daryl Mitchell finds

The visitors slumped from 315-6 to 334 all out, the hosts closing on 42-0.But it was a good effort from the visitors, who topped 300 in an innings just twice last season - a major cause of their relegation to Division Two.Glen Chapple made the big breakthrough, having the half-fit Mitchell caught behind to end his 96-run stand with Andrew.Starting day two on 227-6, Mitchell, batting down the order at seven after an untimely first-day stomach bug, had good support from Gareth Andrew (52).That was the first of two wickets for the Lancashire captain, while Luke Procter also took two wickets to finish with 4-58.

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