The Seven Goals Scored by Ollie Robinson Set the Tone in Worcester


The bowlers took the limelight in two matches of the County Championship on Thursday.

Ollie Robinson took 7-59 for Sussex against Worcestershire, restricting them to 264 in their first innings despite lower middle-order contributions from Adam Hose, Matthew Waite, and Joe Leach.

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Robinson’s effort was supported by four wickets from six overs from other bowlers, and Sussex finished the day at 63/1 in response.

Meanwhile, Michael Neser, who was not included in Australia’s Ashes squad, took 3-15 in a five-over spell for Glamorgan against Yorkshire.

Neser’s performance helped restrict the hosts to 62/5 after Marnus Labuschagne’s 65 helped Glamorgan post a total of 245 in the first innings.

Yorkshire will rely on Jonny Bairstow, who was unbeaten on 2 at stumps, to lift them out of their current predicament.

In county cricket action, Ollie Robinson took 7-59 in his first game for Sussex against Worcestershire, restricting the hosts to 264 in the first innings.

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Meanwhile, Michael Neser claimed 3-15 for Glamorgan against Yorkshire, who slumped to 62/5. In Derby, Henry Brookes, on loan from Warwickshire, took a six-fer on his Derbyshire debut as Leicestershire were bowled out for 122.

In other matches, James Vince top-scored with an unbeaten 75 for Hampshire against Warwickshire, Gus Atkinson took his maiden five-wicket haul but couldn’t prevent Essex from reaching a competitive total, and Ricardo Vasconcelos hit his first half-century of the season for Northamptonshire against Somerset before rain interrupted play.