Somerset Yorkshire day 2

Wickets tumble on an extraordinary day at Taunton. Trescothick falling for 4 in the second over bowled by jack brooks. Renshaw then turned the game upside down hitting 50 entirely in boundaries of 38 balls supported by George Bartlett. But then Bartlett was out for 37 his highest first class score but Renshaw brought up his hundred before lunch with a towering six. But before lunch Yorkshire picked up Hildreth and Abell before the break . Afterwards Somerset collapsed from 150-3 to 216 all out with dom bess and Groenwald getting a duck. Somerset all out for 216. 2 overs into Yorkshire’s reply Adam Lyth was run out for 0. Pujuara came in but was out ten minutes before lunch for a typically boring 7 of 42 lbw by Lewis Gregory. Gary Ballance came in and looked assured before being caught behind by Groenwald a good low catch from Steven Davies . The next wicket to fall was young Harry brook bowled by Craig Overton for a valiant 30. In cane Waite who quickly moved along to 11 but was caught Trescothick bowled Groenwald in came Andrew Hodd who fell for the same combination the very next. In all of this carnage leaning was still in but was then caught behind off Gregory and then next ball brooks was bowled for a golden duck by Lewis Gregory. At this stage Yorkshire were 64-8 and still 3 behind the follow on but Bresnan and Coad saw the past it before Coad was bowled by Craig Overton for 8 then in a few overs time Bresnan was ought for 22 caught Davies bowled Davey Yorkshire collapsing from 51-2 to 94 all out and Somerset with a lead of 120 and 2 overs to negotiate Somerset got through it 6-0 and now have a lead of 126 a great day for Somerset .

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