Essex makes County Championship by 45 for Clinch Division Two Titles: Essex beat North amptonshire by one inning and 44 runs early on day two to win Division. Two of the County Championship; The Northants pitched for 45 after shooting just 81 in their first innings. Essex seamer finishes 1041 games as Redball’s fifth title in six years old. Essex clinched the LV Insurance County Championship Division. Two titles after riding Northamptonshire for 45 en route to one inning and a 44-race win in four sessions at Chelmsford.
Seamer Sam Cook took just four-game points to secure first place in the standings. But finished at 19 after crushing Northants in the first inning by 81 in 34.5 overs and then the guests the second time in 18, crushing 2 overs. The Division Two crown is Essex’s fifth title. In the past six years with two County Championships (2017 and 2019). The Bob Willis Trophy (2020), and another Division Two title (2016). It took the home team just five wickets to start day two, with Northants rebounding at 235. Losing 66, and Essex bowling for 170 in a 25 wicket day that took just 30 minutes to land in four divisions games in the third inning. to win.
Essex vs. Northants
Leftarmer Cook finished with inning numbers of 520 and game numbers of 1,041 when Northants suffered a crushing loss in the last game from head coach David Ripley.
Ethan Bamber, 3-36, and Martin Andersson, 3-44, did the damage on the second day first, helping Kent collapse at 138. Then Stoneman checked and beat 109, while Middlesex had 2,986 to build a 307-run lead.
Ben Brown’s 150 undefeated helped Sussex to 2,556 in response to Derbyshire’s 465 at Hove, Jake Libby, Charlie Morris, and Ben Cox beat half a century for Worcestershire when they closed 3,786 against Leicestershire and led by 156.