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Kuhn and Gubbins hit centuries on Bob Willis Trophy opening day

Catch up on the big moments from day one of the Bob Willis Trophy

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Kuhn and Gubbins hit centuries on Bob Willis Trophy opening day

Nick Gubbins finished day 1 on 150*

NORTH GROUP
Derbyshire 9/0 trail Nottinghamshire 324 by 313 runs
Yorkshire 84/4 trail Durham 103 by 19 runs
Lancashire 265/6 v Leicestershire

CENTRAL GROUP
Gloucestershire 246/8 v Worcestershire
Glamorgan 8/0 trail Somerset 296 by 288 runs
Warwickshire 130/4 trail Northamptonshire 142 by 12 runs

SOUTH GROUP
Essex v Kent 344/6
Surrey v Middlesex 264/4
Hampshire 77/4 trail Sussex 176 by 99 runs

KUHN HITS FIRST CENTURY
Kent's middle-order star Heino Kuhn became the first player to record a century in the Bob Willis Trophy. He and Ollie Robinson put 150 on for the fourth wicket as Kent recovered from 23/3, with the wicketkeeper-batsman falling for 78 before Kuhn continued the charge to three figures, 140 not out at the close.

GUBBINS PILES ON THE RUNS
Nick Gubbins has enjoyed batting at Kia Oval this week. After notching up a century against Surrey in a friendly on Monday, he got a first-class ton here on the first day of the Bob Willis Trophy. He's unbeaten overnight on 150 and dominated Surrey's bowlers, having particular success square of the wicket.

COAD RED FOR DURHAM
Ben Coad picked up in fine form as his four wickets led Yorkshire to a brilliant opening day at Durham. He began with the wickets of Sean Dickson and Jack Burnham, before returning later to mop up the tail and take the final two scalps as the hosts were all out for 103.

HAMEED MAKES HAY
Haseeeb Hameed made a fantastic start to life at Nottinghamshire, scoring 68 in a typically patient and stylish manner, driving to perfection. He anchored his team at the start, adding a 111-run partnership with Chris Nash for the first wicket. A middle order collapse was salvaged by late-order runs as Nottinghamshire reached 324.

BROOKS BLITZ
Jack Brooks, the Somerset number 11, plundered a quickfire 72 from just 58 balls to help his side up to 296. They had looked on the brink of not scoring a batting bonus point, with only Steven Davies scoring more than 41, but Brooks took the attack to Glamorgan in a thrilling cameo innings.

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