Middlesex’s Josh de Caires took career-best figures of seven for 105 as Essex had been diminished to 303 for 9 on day one in all their LV= Insurance County Championship Division One conflict.
Nick Browne (59) and Sir Alastair Cook (58) placed on a century stand earlier than De Caires, the 21-year-old son of Michael Atherton, took centre stage.
His efforts noticed Essex diminished to 169 for 5 inside 16 overs en path to 303 for 9 on the shut.
Surrey are set to increase their lead on the prime of Division One after taking 17 wickets on the second day on the Oval.
The hosts had been all out for 396 and Warwickshire had been subsequently bowled out for 161 because of Kemar Roach (4 for 64) and Dan Worrall (three for 34).
Surrey then enforced the follow-on and the Bears rapidly fell to 35 for 5 as Worrall and Jordan Clark took three wickets every.
Dan Mousley stays on the crease with an unbeaten 60, however Warwickshire closed on 126 for seven, nonetheless trailing by 109.
Keith Barker’s five-wicket haul noticed Hampshire take management as Somerset had been all out for 137.
Kyle Abbott’s dismissal noticed Jack Brooks earn his first five-wicket haul of the season because the hosts had been all out for 308 within the morning.
Barker then acquired off to a flying begin to dismiss Sean Dickson within the third over and Andrew Umeed top-scored for Somerset with 43, leaving Hampshire to renew on day three on 45 with out loss.
Josh Bohannon’s mammoth knock put Lancashire within the driving seat as they lead Northamptonshire by 160 runs.
The 26-year-old batted practically your entire day to hit 175, his highest rating of the season, and shared a partnership of 150 with George Balderson.
Alex Lees and Graham Clark each placed on centuries as Durham took benefit towards Sussex in Division Two.
Lees earned his fifth Championship century of the season with 103, placing on a 146-run partnership with Scott Borthwick, who scored 56.
The hosts lead by 158 with 5 wickets remaining and Clark (102*) and De Leede (71*) remained unbeaten at stumps.
An important ultimate session noticed Leicestershire regain management over Gloucestershire on an eventful day two.
From a place of relative consolation in a single day, Colin Ackermann’s dismissal noticed the hosts collapse from 150 for 3 to 204 all out with top-scorer Rishi Patel incomes 73.
Patel grew to become Luke Charlesworth’s maiden first-class sufferer and the bowler took three wickets in complete alongside Zaman Akhter’s 4 for 46.
Gloucestershire posted 95 for 3 at tea, however Leicestershire regained the higher hand by Tom Scriven (three for 43) because the guests closed on 179 for eight, with a lead of 134.
Jamie McIlroy’s 4 wickets helped Glamorgan fightback as Worcestershire closed day two on 127 for eight of their second innings.
Eighteen wickets fell on the second day, together with Logan van Beek’s 4 wicket-haul as Glamorgan had been diminished to 170 all out, as wicketkeeper Chris Cooke top-scored with 38, however Worcestershire nonetheless held the benefit with a first-innings lead of 114.
However, McIlroy returned career-best figures of 4 wickets for 27 runs because the hosts reached stumps on 127 for eight.
Wayne Madsen missed out on a century in his two hundredth first-class look for Derbyshire as Yorkshire took a 229-run lead at Scarborough.
Madsen hit 93 for the guests together with opener Mitch Wagstaff, who additionally posted 52, however they had been quickly diminished from 173 for 3 to 247 all out.
Seam duo Matthew Fisher and Jordan Thompson each claimed three wickets every for Yorkshire, who constructed on their lead within the second innings ending the day on 179 for 2.
Openers Fin Bean and Adam Lyth placed on a century stand earlier than James Wharton and captain Shan Masood scored an unbroken half-century partnership to shut.