Sky Sports – County Championship: Harry Gurney takes six wickets as Notts beat Lancashire at Old Trafford

Notts lose four wickets while chasing 10-run target; Yorkshire-Essex abandoned without a ball being bowled due to wet outfield

By Sky Sports Cricket
Last Updated: 16/04/18 9:52pm

David Fulton runs you through an extraordinary batting collapse by Lancashire against Nottinghamshire as Harry Gurney skittled the hosts for just 73

David Fulton runs you through an extraordinary batting collapse by Lancashire against Nottinghamshire as Harry Gurney skittled the hosts for just 73

Nottinghamshire seamer Harry Gurney claimed 6-25 as Lancashire collapsed to a six-wicket defeat at Old Trafford on a manic morning in the Specsavers County Championship.

Summary

  • County Championship: Harry Gurney takes six wickets as Notts beat Lancashire at Old Trafford Notts lose four wickets while chasing 10-run target; Yorkshire-Essex abandoned without a ball being bowled due to wet outfield By Sky Sports Cricket Last Updated: 16/04/18 9:52pm David Fulton runs you through an extraordinary batting collapse by Lancashire against Nottinghamshire as Harry Gurney skittled the hosts for just 73 David Fulton runs you through an extraordinary batting collapse by Lancashire against Nottinghamshire as Harry Gurney skittled the hosts for just 73 Nottinghamshire seamer Harry Gurney claimed 6-25 as Lancashire collapsed to a six-wicket defeat at Old Trafford on a manic morning in the Specsavers County Championship.
  • Shiv Chanderpaul and Steven Croft were among five Lancashire players dismissed for ducks as the home side lost their last eight wickets for 15 runs.
  • SCORECARD Lancashire skipper Liam Livingstone saw 12 wickets fall and 25 runs scored in a little under 90 minutes at Old Trafford on Monday morning!
  • SCORECARDEdwards was denied a hat-trick when, having trapped Ed Barnard lbw and forced visiting skipper Joe Leach to snick behind, he saw Australian Travis Head (45no) deal with the first ball of his next over.
  • However, Yorkshire and Essex’s clash at Headingley was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to a wet outfield – the first time since 1967 the whole of a Championship match has been lost at the ground.


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