Tim Murtagh picked up 3 wickets for 32 runs.
Middlesex vs Durham
Ben Raine and Chris Rushworth shared five wickets between themselves to reduce Middlesex to 87/7, trailing Durham by 60 runs at the end of Day 1 of their County Division 2 clash on Tuesday (September 10). That after Durham were bowled out for 147 on the back of Steven Finn's four-wicket haul and Tim Murtagh's three. Middlesex would've been mighty pleased after they bowled out Durham cheaply after they opted to bowl. Minus Peter Handscomb, who scored a half-century, only the opening stand was anything of worth fetching them 56 before a collapse began.
Brief scores: Durham 147 (Peter Handscomb 54; Steven Finn 4-41, Tim Murtagh 3-32) lead Middlesex 87/7 (Dawid Malan 24; Ben Raine 3-12) by 60 runs.
Lancashire vs Derbyshire
Skipper Billy Godleman led Derbyshire with a century to take them to 244 before being bowled out, with the next-best score being Wayne Madsen's 27. Richard Gleeson's five-wicket haul and Saqib Mahmood's three was instrumental in keeping Derbyshire in check after they opted to bat. In reply, Ravi Rampaul struck early as Lancashire went to Stumps on 20/1.
Brief scores: Derbyshire 244 (Billy Godleman 111; Richard Gleeson 5-64) lead Lancashire 20/1 by 224 runs.
Leicestershire vs Northamptonshire
Leicestershire went to stumps with 276 on the board, losing eight wickets in the bargain after three half-centuries after Northamptonshire opted to bowl. Hasan Azad (86) and Mark Cosgrove (65) led them before George Rhodes took over with an unbeaten 51 before stumps were drawn. Luke Procter returned a three-wicket haul, while Gareth Berg and Brett Hutton had two apiece.
Brief scores: Leicestershire 276/8 (Hasan Azad 86, Mark Cosgrove 65, George Rhodes 51*; Luke Procter 3-43) vs Northamptonshire.
Gloucestershire vs Sussex
Sussex's openers led from the front unscathed after they bowled out Gloucestershire for 200 taking their side to 73/0 at stumps, trailing by 127. Philip Salt was unbeaten on a 60-ball 53 when stumps were drawn. Earlier, James Bracey led Gloucestershire with a half-century as they managed just 200 before they were bowled out. Chris Jordan returned three, while David Wiese and George Garton had two apiece as the next-best score for Gloucestershire was Ben Charlesworth's 28.
Brief scores: Gloucestershire 200 (James Bracey 61; Chris Jordan 3-49) lead Sussex 73/0 (Philip Salt 53*) by 127 runs.
Worcestershire vs Glamorgan
Michael Hogan and Timm van der Gugten shared seven wickets between themselves to keep Worcestershire to 205. Riki Wessels top-scored with 45, while opener Daryl Mitchell was the next-best with 36. In reply, Glamorgan went to stumps at 44/2, trailing by 161 at the end of the opening day.
Brief scores: Worcestershire 205 (Riki Wessels 45; Michael Hogan 4-53) lead Glamorgan 44/2 by 161 runs.