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- WICKET- Hannon-Dalby ct Coper b Leach 0- 207/10 off 64.1- Somerset win by 17 runs.
- 64 gone- 207/9- 18 needed and one wicket to take
- 6- Adair six off Cooper- 63.2- 200 up
- WICKET- 62.3 Patel ct and b Leach 27- 197/9- Hannon-Dalby new bat
- 59.2- Patel 6 off Cooper - 59.3
- 59 gone- 170/8- 55 needed for Warwickshire and only two wickets for Somerset
- WICKET- Barker went down the wicket and was stumped by Ronchi off Leach 46- 170/8 off 58.3. Adair new bat.
- 58 gone- 169/7- 56 needed and three wickets for Somerset
- SIX- Barker maximum off Leach 56.2- to see up the 150.
- WICKET- Bell b Cooper 55 in 55.5 overs- 144/7- 81 still needed. Patel new batsman
- Bell 50 up with a straight six off Cooper into Botham Stand- 55.3- 124 balls, 9x4 and 1x6
- 50- 123/6- 102 needed
- 49 gone- 115/6- 110 needed
- WICKET- Clarke ct Trego (mid wicket) b Leach 5- 104/6 off 46.1. New bat Barker
- 47th- Leach to bowl to Clarke from the Somerset Pav End.
- LUNCH- 104/5 Bell 43 * and Clarke 5* off 46 overs, Cooper has so far taken 4 for 13, a career best
- 44.1- Bell 4 off Leach to third man brings up 100 for Warwickshire
- 40 overs gone- 89/5
- 39.2- Ambrose ct Gregory -square leg, b Cooper 0- 89/5 off 39.3. Rikki Clarke new batsman
- 38 overs gone- 89/4- Bell on 33
- OUT! 3 for Cooper! Smart work from Ronchi as Coleman is stumped for 0. Warwickshire 87/4! 138 more to win
- GONE! Another for Cooper as Evans gets a faint edge through to Ronchi! Warwickshire 83/3 - 142 more runs needed
- 30 - Jack Leach switching ends to the Som Pav end - double spin in the attack for Somerset now - 79/2
- WICKET! Chopra goes for the sweep off Cooper but the ball spins sharply and clips the leg stump! Warwickshire 79/2
- 26 gone- 66/1- 159 needed by Warwickshire to win
- 25 gone- 66/1
- 23rd over- Jamie Overton on at the Somerset Pavilion End in place of Alfonso Thomas- 60/1
- 50 up classic cover drive from Bell off Thomas 20.2
- 20 overs gone- 48/1
- 17 gone- 43/1- Chopra 24 and Bell 0, 182 needed to win
- WICKET- Westwood ct Ronchi ( pushing forward) b Thomas 17-43/1-the first wicket of the day off 16.3. Ian Bell new bat.
- 16 gone-43/0
- 15 gone- 41/0
- 14 gone- 33/0
- 13th- Alfonso Thomas from the Old Pavilion End to Westwood.
- 12th over- Jack Leach from the River End to Ian Westwood- 20/0
- Day Four- Somerset take to the field for the last time this season led by Afonso Thomas in his last appearance for the County.
- CLOSE OF PLAY- 20/0 off 11 overs- 205 needed to win. Chopra 13* and Westwood 6*
- 10 overs- 19/0- Alfonso to bowl last over of the day
- 7 overs- 17/0
- Leach open the attack from the River End
- Thomas to bowl to Chopra from the Som Pav End
- Warwickshire need 225 runs to win, off one day plus the 11 overs remaining today
- WICKET- Leach ct Chopra b Patel 15- Somerset all out for 110 in 34.0 overs. Patel 7 for 38
- 32.4- Leach 4 to square cover off Barker sees up 100- 214 ahead
- 32 gone- 95/9
- 31 overs- 94/9
- 30 overs -88/9
- 28 overs- 83/9
- WICKET- Overton ct Clarke b Patel next ball 19- 27.3. Leach new bat
- 27.2- Overton big 6 over mid wicket off Patel. 83/2
- WICKET- Cooper b Patel 26- 74/8. New bat Jamie Overton
- WICKET- Gregory ct Evans b Patel 11- 68/7 off 23.1. Alfonso Thomas walks to the wicket to play his last innings for Somerset. Lead of 182
- 50 up- Cooper square drive off Clarke to see up half century for Somerset 20.2- 170 ahead
- WICKET -Ronchi LBW Patel 4- 44/6 off 17.5. Gregory new batsman. Somerset lead by 158 ahead.
- 17th- Clarke to Cooper- 40/5
- 16th over- Patel to Ronchi
- TEA- Somerset 36/5 off 15 overs, Cooper 9* and Ronchi 0* Somerset are 150 runs ahead with five wickets remaining.
- WICKET- Trego LBW Patel 4- 35/5 off 13.2. New bat Luke Ronchi
- WICKET- Trego LBW Patel 4- 35/5 off 13.2
- WICKET- Allenby ct Coleman short leg b Patel 10- 30/4 off 11.6. new batsman Pete Trego.
- 11 overs gone- 21/3- Allenby 10* Cooper 3*
- WICKET: Hildreth is LBW to Barker and Somerset are 9/3
- OUT: Abell is bowled by Barker for 1. Somerset 9/2
- WICKET: Trescothick is caught by Chopra at first slip for 6 off Barker. Somerset 8/1
- Somerset openers Marcus Trescothick and Tom Abell have started their last innings of 2015
- Career-best figures of 7/106! An outstanding spell of left-arm spin bowling from Jack Leach!
- Hannon-Dalby is LBW to Allenby and Warwickshire are dismissed for 324. Somerset lead by 114 runs
- 107th- Jim Allenby on at Som Pav End- 309/9
- 300 up-100.5
- WICKET- Patel stumped Ronchi b Leach 98- 295/9 off 99.5. Hannon-Dalby new bat
- 98.6- Patel 2 runs off Gregory sees Warwickshire to 290 past the follow on total
- 98.5- Adair put down in the slips off Gregory.
- WICKET- Jack Leach breaks the deadlock when he bowls Evans - of stump out of the ground- 73- 286/8 still short of the follow on total. 97.2. Mark Adair the new batsman. Jack sixth wicket and a career best.
- 97th- Lewis Gregory from the Som Pav End- 281/7
- Afternoon session- 96th over, Jack Leach opens the bowling from the River End.
- LUNCH- 280/7 off 95 overs- Patel 91* and Evans 67*- Warwickshire need 9 more runs to avoid the follow on. 100 runs have been added in the morning session from 31 overs. Rains has started to fall as the players leave the field.
- 94 overs gone- 276/7 -Patel 87 and Evans 67. Allenby bowling from the Som Pav End.
- 90 overs gone-260/7- Patel 82 and Evans 56
- 84.5 - Evans drives off the back foot through cover for 4. He goes to 50 from 135 balls. 10x4
- 82nd- Jamie Overton to bowl- 230/7
- 80.2- Thomas takes new ball 230/7
- 73.4- Patel 6 off Leach sees up his 50 of 86 balls 5x4 and 3x6
- 70 gone- 192/7 - Trego on at Som Pav End for 71st
- 66th- Leach from the River End to Patel- 185/7
- 65th over- Thomas from the Som Pav End to Jeetan Patel- 180/7
- PLAY Abandoned for the day 180/7 off 64 overs
- 64 overs gone- 5.05pm Bad light stopped play 180/7, Patel 37 and Evans 23.
- 63rd- Thomas at Som Pav End- 170/7
- 56.4- 150 up
- 55 gone- 145/7- Gregory on at Som Pav End
- 50 overs gone- 138/7
- WICKET- Barker ct Ronchi b Overton-9- 120/7 off 46.2. New bat is Jeentan Patel
- 47th- Overton at Som Pav End- 119/6
- 46th-Leach from River End to Evans
- TEA- 114/6 off 45 overs- Barker 9 Evans 6- Leach figures so far 12 overs, six maidens FIVE wickets for 10 runs
- WICKET- Clarke- LBW Leach 0- 105/6 - 43.4, Barker new bat on hat-trick. Warwickshire have lost 5 wickets for 0 runs, Leach 4 wickets for 0 runs in 13 balls! Somerset future safe in Div 1 next season
- WICKET- Ambrose bowled sweeping by Leach 0- 105/5- Four wickets for Jack. New bat is Rikki Clarke
- WICKET- Coleman ct Gregory b Leach 0- 105/4- off 41.4 new bat is Tim Ambrose
- WICKET- Chopra ct Allenby b Leach 54- 105/3 off 39.4, new bat is Coleman
- WICKET- Bell LBW Thomas 12- 105/2 off 38.4. New bat is Lawrie Evans
- 100 up- Bell single off Thomas to backward square 36.2
- 35th over- Thomas back on at Som Pav End- 98/1
- 30 overs- 88/1
- WICKET- Westwood bowled Leach 34, 88/1 of 29.3. New bat Ian Bell.
- 27.5- Westwood on 32 chance missed off Jack Leach.
- 22 overs- 63 /0
- LUNCH- 21/0 off 11 overs- Varun Chopra 9* and Ian Westwood 11*
- 2nd over- Jamie Overton from the River End
- Warwickshire innings- First over from the Som Pav End- Alfonso Thomas
- WICKET- Overton LBW Patel 40 - 438 all out off 100.1, Leach 21 not out. A last wicket partnership of 61 in 12.4 overs.
- 100 overs gone- 438/9- Overton 40 and Leach 21
- 98.3- Overton 4 off Patel sees up 50 partnership- loudly applauded
- 95 gone- 410/9
- 400 up- generous applause as Jamie Overton edges Barker to the boundary to earn that all important fifth batting point-92.1
- 91.4- Jack Leach 4 to backward point off Clarke- 394/9
- 90.3- Jack Leach straight drive 4 off Barker- 389/9
- 90 overs gone- 385/9- 15 needed for the final batting point
- WICKET- Thomas ct Bell (first slip) b Bell 4- 377/9. Jamie Overton new bat
- WICKET- Ronchi ct Clarke b Barker 51 off 86.3. Jack Leach new batsman.
- 87th Barker to Ronchi- 2x4 sees Ronchi to his maiden championship 50.
- WICKET- Gregory ct Bell b Clarke 0- 365/7 off 85.6. new bat Alfonso Thomas
- WICKET- Hildreth LBW Barker- 118- 360/6 off 84.6. Lewis Gregory new bat
- Day Two- Keith Barker to James Hildreth from the Som Pav End- 360/5
- CLOSE OF PLAY- 360/5 off 84 overs, Hildreth 118* and Ronchi 38*
- 350 up 4 through cover by Ronchi off Hannon-Dalby off 81.6- another vital bonus point.
- 100 up for Hildy, single into off side from Clarke- 75.3 -312/5. 150 balls and 15x4
- 300 up Hildreth four to square cover off Clarke off 73.4
- WICKET- Trego caught Coleman b Barker 24- 284/5- 71.6. Luke Ronchi new bat
- 65.1- Barker to complete his over from the River End to Trego
- Play due to start at 5.05pm with 19 overs to be played
- 4.50pm- Rain has stopped and the umpires have come out to have a look at the wicket
- 65.1- Players off the field for rain- 256/4 - Hildreth 76 and Trego 1
- 65 overs gone- 255/4
- WICKET- Allenby ct Ambrose b Barker 29- 254/4 off 63.4
- TEA- 254/3 off 63- Hildreth 75, Allenby 29
- 61.5- Hildreth square cover drive to boundary off Hannon-Dalby sees up 251 and a second point.
- 55.0 gone- 201/3
- 53.1- Allenby single to mid wicket off Adair sees up 200 and the first batting bonus point for Somerset- six more needed.
- 51.3- Trescothick ct Ambrose b Mark Adair 87- 199/3 - Jim Allenby new bat.
- 43.2- Hildreth turned Adair off his hips to square leg for a single to bring up his 50 off 52 balls with nine 4s.
- 150 up- Trescothick sweep to backward square for 4 off Patel sees up 150- 36.4
- James Hildreth helps himself to another boundary through cover and we are now 122/2. He has 22* and Trescothick 52*
- At Trent Bridge, Notts have recovered to 146/3 in their match with Hampshire. At Headingley, Yorkshire are 113/4 against Sussex
- Back on here at Taunton as Hildreth gets a four though fine-leg to bring up the Somerset 100 - 2 wickets down
- 25 gone- 88/1- Trescothick 50* and Cooper 34*
- 50 up for Trescothick- 4 to third man off Clarke- 23.2- 68 balls and 9x4
- 20 overs- 73/1
- 20 overs- 73/1
- 16th- Rikki Clarke on at River End
- 15 overs gone- 55/1
- 50 up- Cooper two off his legs off Patel 14.2
- 13th over- Jeetan Patel on at Som Pav End to Trescothick- 44/1
- 10 overs gone- 35/1- Trescothick 30 * Cooper 1*
- 9.1- WICKET- Abell ct Ambrose b Hannon-Dalby 4- 30/1. New bat Tom Cooper.
- 7.2- Classic cover drive from Trescothick off Hannon-Dalby sees him to 26 out of 29/0
- 5 overs gone- 19/0
- 1.4- Play resumes almost immediately when rain stops.
- 1.4- Players leave the field for rain 8/0 at 10.40am
- 2nd over- Oliver Hannon-Dalby to Tom Abell from the River End- 6/0
- 1st over-Keith Barker to Marcus Trescothick from the Somerset Pavilion End
- 10.30am Both teams are lined up on the pitch for a minutes silence in memory of Brian Close.
- 10.20am- Somerset have won the toss and have decided to bat first. Play gets underway at 10.35am.
Tom Cooper and Jack Leach bowled Somerset to victory in the final LV=County Championship game of the season against Warwickshire at Taunton.
Chasing 225 for victory, the visitors were bowled out for 207, which included 55 for Ian Bell, with spinners Leach and Cooper taking nine wickets between them to see the hosts to only their fourth win of the season.
Resuming on 20 without loss at the start of play, Warwickshire openers Varun Chopra and Ian Westwood took the total onto 43 when Westwood, pushing forward to Alfonso Thomas, was caught by wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi.
New batsman Bell played a classic cover drive to see up the 50, but when part-time bowler Cooper came into the attack from the River End, the complexion of the game changed.
The off-spinner, who before this game had taken one for 150 from 47 overs this season, proceeded to take a wicket in each of his first three overs.
Chopra was bowled for 33 looking to sweep, Laurie Evans caught by Ronchi playing back, with the total on 83, and Freddie Coleman stumped by Ronchi, four runs later.
Cooper wasn’t done yet and in the 40th over he had Tim Ambrose well caught at square leg by Lewis Gregory, which made Warwickshire 89 for five.
By lunch Warwickshire had moved onto 104 for five off 46 overs, with Bell unbeaten on 43 and Clarke five not out, while Cooper has taken four for 13 .
Leach struck with the first ball after lunch when he had Clarke caught at mid wicket by Peter Trego for five.
Bell hit a straight six off Cooper to go to his half-century, which came off 124 balls with 9 fours and a six, but two balls later the bowler got his rewards when the England batsman played on aiming back-foot shot.
Keith Barker struck some lusty blows, including a straight six off Leach in the 57th over into the building site, to bring up the 150, but two overs later he went down the wicket and was stumped off the left-armer for 46.
Jeetan Patel took Warwickshire closer to victory, but on 27 he was caught and bowled by Leach, making the visitors 197 for nine.
The final wicket of the match fell to Leach when he had Oliver Hannon-Dalby caught by Cooper and Warwickshire were all out for 207, off 64.1 overs, giving Somerset victory by 17 runs.
Cooper ended with a career best five for 76. Leach claimed four for 74 and match figures off 11 for 180. Somerset took 24 points and Warwickshire six.
Afterwards Marcus Trescothiuck said: “We have had some big ups and downs during the course of the season, but to finish the season off like this has been very pleasing.
“There have been some special things during the course of this game. The biggest is Alfonso Thomas leaving us as this was his last game for the Club and we wanted to send him off on a good note. Then Lewis Gregory getting capped at lunchtime, Jack Leach getting 11 wickets in the game, Hildy another 100 and then Tom Cooper coming in at the back end and picking up a cheeky five-fer.
“We have gone into this game knowing what points we needed and we were really switched on for two days and once we got the points we needed we relaxed a little bit and took our feet off the gas and they made us pay. However we managed to switch back on today and get the result that we wanted.”
How did he come to bring Tom Cooper on? “My first thought was that I was going to bowl him from the River End,” he said. “We gave it a crack and he got the breakthrough that we needed .”
Tres added: “Jack Leach was working hard and getting something but seamers were finding it hard work, so having spinners on at both ends was the difference in the game .”
Jeetan Patel bowled Warwickshire back into contention on the third day of the LV=County Championship match with Somerset at Taunton.
The experienced off-spinner claimed seven for 38 from 14 overs on a dry pitch offering increasing turn as the hosts were all out for 110 in their second innings. Keith Barker took the other three wickets for 37.
That was after Somerset had gained a first innings lead of 114 by bowling out their opponents for 324 with left-arm spinner Jack Leach returning career-best figures of seven for 106.
Patel fell two short of a century after he and Laurie Evans had batted through the morning session, extending their stand to 166, a Warwickshire record for the eighth wicket against Somerset.
Set 225 to win, Warwickshire had 11 overs to face before the close and progressed to 20 for no wicket.
The day began with the visitors on 180 for seven in reply to 438 and looking at the prospect of following on, despite Patel and Evans having added 60 the previous evening.
Patel appeared to survive an early chance to wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi off Leach on 42 and went on to reach his half-century off 86 balls with his third six, lofted over mid-wicket to dent the spinner’s figures.
Evans had been more watchful and moved to his own half-century off 135 deliveries, with 10 fours, as Warwickshire progressed to 280 for seven by lunch, exactly 100 having been added in the session.
The partnership was finally broken with the score on 286 when Evans was bowled by a turning delivery from Leach, who nine runs later accounted for Patel, stumped advancing down the pitch for the boundary that would have taken him to a century.
Jim Allenby wrapped up the innings by dismissing Oliver Hannon-Dalby lbw for seven and, despite the efforts of Patel and Evans, Somerset looked in a strong position.
It was soon eroded as first Barker got to work from the Somerset Pavilion End, removing Marcus Trescothick, Tom Abell and James Hildreth with a fine new ball spell.
Soon Patel was building on it from the River End, which had seen Leach take his wickets. He had Allenby pouched at short-leg and pinned Peter Trego lbw as Somerset slumped to 36 for five at tea.
The procession continued after the interval as Ronchi fell lbw to Patel, who then removed Lewis Gregory (11) and Tom Cooper (26) playing attacking shots not suited to their team’s situation.
It was 83 for nine when Jamie Overton perished trying to hit a second six over mid-wicket. Leach and Alfonso Thomas, playing his last innings for Somerset, added 27 precious runs before the former became Patel’s seventh victim, caught at slip.
After the match Alfonso said: “It was emotional for me walking out to bat in both innings on my last appearance for the Club because I have had eight great years here.
“There have been a lot of highlights. Taking four wickets in four balls in a Championship match was great for me personally, but there have been so many memorable times for the team while I have been here and a lot of great one-day occasions at Taunton.
“I still think we can win this game. The pitch is aiding spin, rather than seam, but hopefully I can chip in tomorrow and we can support Jack Leach. If that happens, it won’t be easy for Warwickshire to get 200 more runs.”
Jack Leach claimed four wickets for no runs in the space of 13 balls to clinch First Division survival for Somerset on the second day of the LV=County Championship match with Warwickshire at Taunton.
It was a day to remember for the left-arm spinner. First he contributed 21 not out to a last-wicket stand of 61 with Jamie Overton (40), which clinched a fifth batting bonus point before the hosts were bowled out for 438.
Then Leach produced a remarkable pre-tea spell from the River End, which saw Warwickshire crumble from 105 for one to 105 for six, thus giving Somerset the two remaining bonus points they needed to be sure of avoiding relegation.
At tea, Leach had figures of five for ten from 12 overs, having removed openers Varun Chopra (54) and Ian Westwood (34) before dismissing Freddie Coleman, Tim Ambrose and Rikki Clarke for ducks.
When Clarke was judged lbw pushing forward it sparked celebrations among the Somerset players, who mobbed Leach as the spectre of relegation was finally banished.
By the time bad light ended play shortly after 5pm the visitors had moved on to 180 for seven with Jeetan Patel unbeaten on 37 requiring a further 109 to avoid the prospect of being asked to follow on.
Somerset hero Leach said: “My main thoughts were on winning the match so it was a while before I realised that taking my fifth wicket meant we were safe from relegation. It was quite surreal when all those wickets fell without a run being scored. The pitch was helping me a bit, but not turning a great deal.
“I also enjoyed contributing some runs to the last wicket stand with Jamie Overton because reaching 400 was one of our main aims going into the match.”
The day began badly for Somerset after they resumed their first innings on 360 for five. James Hildreth fell lbw to Keith Barker without adding to his overnight 118 and three more wickets fell in the space of 16 balls.
Leach and Overton came together with the total on 377 for nine and 23 still needed for maximum batting points. Both played positively and by the time Overton was lbw to Patel for 40 the score had moved on to 438.
Barker finished with four for 95 and Rikki Clarke three for 91. By lunch Warwickshire had moved to 21 without loss in reply.
Chopra and Westwood continued to play comfortably at the start of the afternoon session, although the latter survived two difficult spilled catches before becoming Leach’s first victim, bowled driving in the 30th over.
Chopra, who relishes playing at Taunton, moved to an 84-ball half-century, with 9 fours, and when Ian Bell helped bring the hundred up there was no suggestion of the carnage to follow.
With the total on 105, Bell fell lbw for 12 to Alfonso Thomas, making his last Somerset appearance. Without any addition to the total, Leach struck four times, as Chopra and Coleman edged to slip, Ambrose was bowled behind his legs and Clarke fell leg-before.
From 114 for six at tea, Warwickshire showed more resolution, although Barker was caught behind trying to cut a short ball from Overton with the total on 120.
Patel and Laurie Evans (23 not out) had added 60 in sensible fashion by stumps.
James Hildreth made a century and Marcus Trescothick played another key innings to see Somerset into a good position at the end of the first day of their Championship match against Warwickshire at Taunton, that was reduced to 84 overs by the rain.
Needing at least seven points to guarantee his sides first division survival Trescothick shared valuable partnerships with both Tom Cooper and James Hildreth, who remained unbeaten on 118 as Somerset closed on 360 for five collecting four points so far.
Afterwards centurion James Hildreth said: “We needed to do certain things going into this game to make sure that we got maximum bonus points so today has been the perfect start for us. We have got a solid platform to get to 400 and the maximum batting and then carry on
“There was definitely some pressure going into today because we knew we had to perform and make sure we got the points for ourselves and to that end the way that ‘Tres’ ( Marcus Trescothick )has led with his batting and the intent that he went about it was excellent so the day couldn’t have gone any better
“It’s a good wicket but there is a little bit of turn out of the footholds for the spinners which will be interesting as the game goes forward.
“There is a bit of swing but it is a true deck compared to some in previous games and certainly offered something to the bowlers, but once you got in it was good to bat on.
Hildreth added: “Tomorrow getting that 400 is important and then we will try to bat for as long we can.”
The game started five minutes late before which both teams lined up for a minutes silence in honour of former Somerset captain Brian Close who died recently.
After a slightly delayed start it was veteran opener Marcus Trescothick who took charge of the first part of the day two after opting to bat first.
The 39 year old played an array of shots the pick of which was a classic cover drive off Oliver Hannon-Dalby in the eighth over. Along with Tom Abell the former England man helped to take the total onto 30 when Abell played back to a good ball from Hannon-Dalby and was caught by wicket-keeper Tim Ambrose.
Tom Cooper joined Trescothick and it was the new batsman who saw up the 50 when he took two off Patel to square leg.
Trescothick was in fine form and saw up his half century with a four off Rikki Clarke to third man, his runs coming from 68 balls with nine 4s.
The second wicket pair took the total onto 98 when in the last over before lunch Cooper was bowled by Clarke for 43.
Hildreth joined Trescothick and it was the new man who brought up the 100 in the first full over after the interval.
In the hour after lunch Hildreth was in full flow and went to his half century with a single off Mark Adair his runs coming off 52 balls with nine 4s.
Trescothick took his own score onto 87 when he looked to drive Mark Adair and was caught by Ambrose with the total on 199, his partnership with Hildreth being worth 101.
Jim Allenby and Hildreth added 55 together but after moving onto 29 the former was caught by Ambrose off Barker, with the total on 254.
Pete Trego made a brisk 24 before he was caught at backward point by Freddy Coleman.
Hildreth saw up the Somerset 300 and another crucial point with a square driven boundary and in the next over from Clarke went to his fifth first class century of the season with a single into the off side, his runs coming off 150 balls with 15 fours.
By the close of play Somerset had moved onto 360 for five off 84 overs, Hildreth unbeaten on 118 and Luke Ronchi not out 38.
The full Somerset squad is- Marcus Trescothick (c), Tom Abell, Jim Allenby, Alex Barrow, Tom Cooper, Lewis Gregory, Tim Groenewald, James Hildreth,Jack Leach, Jamie Overton , Luke Ronchi, Alfonso Thomas and Pete Trego.