Yorkshire moved to the top of the County Championship with a 10-wicket victory over Middlesex at Lord’s.
Resuming on 137-4, still 78 in arrears, the hosts lost Neil Dexter (36) and John Simpson (21) within the first 10 overs of play.
And despite Gareth Berg’s 38, Adil Rashid (5-78) took the last two wickets as Middlesex were all out for 219.
It left Yorkshire to score only five runs for victory and Adam Lyth ended the match with a boundary on 7-0.
The Tykes are now eight and a half points clear of Durham, whose dramatic victory over Warwickshire lifted them to second, and 17 clear of Sussex, who hjave a game in hand and are now the only remaining unbeaten side in Division One following Middlesex’s first loss of the season. Read more
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