Rashid works Warwickshire over

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LV= County Championship Division One leaders Yorkshire finished day two of their match against Warwickshire on top as Adil Rashid took four wickets to leave the visitors on 221 for seven - 204 in arrears.

After resuming on 325 for four at Headingley Carnegie, Yorkshire slumped somewhat to be all out for 425, Gerard Brophy falling for 103 and Richard Pyrah finishing unbeaten on 45.

Ian Westwood (66) and Darren Maddy (35) then combined to give Warwickshire an opening stand of 102, before Oliver Hannon-Dalby removed the latter and Rashid (4-61) made light work of Westwood and the middle order.

Maurice Chambers returned career-best figures to inspire an Essex fightback against title-chasing Nottinghamshire at Chelmsford.

Jaik Mickleburgh

Jaik Mickleburgh follows up Maurice Chambers' six wickets with 91 as Essex built an imposing lead over Nottinghamshire

The 22-year-old fast bowler finished with 6-68 as the visitors had to settle for a modest first-innings lead of 26 after being bowled out for 180.

Then John Maunders (70), Jaik Mickleburgh (91) and Matt Walker (70) built upon his fine work as Essex reached the close on 265 for four to establish an overall advantage of 239.

Michael Carberry and Neil McKenzie scored centuries as Hampshire built an impressive first-innings lead over Kent at the Rose Bowl.

Carberry, who made his first Test appearance against Bangladesh in March, reminded selectors of his quality by making 158 while South African veteran McKenzie scored 113.

In reply to Kent's 251 made on the first day, Hampshire ended 153 ahead at 404 for five and the home side firmly in control.

Zimbabwe international Elton Chigumbura took four wickets on his championship debut as Northamptonshire continued to dominate against Division Two leaders Glamorgan at Wantage Road.

Glamorgan captain Jamie Dalrymple took 4-71 as Northants were bowled out for 494, losing their last five wickets for 42 runs, with their skipper Andrew Hall finishing unbeaten on 84.

Chigumbura then claimed figures of 4-67 from eight expensive overs as the hosts reduced the visitors to 207 all out, with David Lucas taking three wickets of his own.