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106 not out from Ben France has helped Suffolk to a strong start of their Eastern Division match against Staffordshire.
A conservative knock from the opener and 54 from Martyn Cull helped the visitors reach 246 for 6 off their 90 overs.
Craig Barker was the pick of the Staffordshire bowlers finishing with figures of 3-58.
Despite the early dismissal of James Campbell for a duck, Kadeer Ali (16*) and Tim Maxwell (37*) have made a solid start to Staffordshire’s reply to leave the home side 54-1 at the end of day one.
Only 146 runs were scored in a rain-affected first day between Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire.
3-31 from Brett Houston helped to restrict Lincolnshire to 146 for 6 in 62 overs with Darren Bicknell hitting a watchful 56 not out.
Steve Stubbings hit a century for Bedfordshire as they slightly edged day one of their match against Buckinghamshire.
Supported by James Kettleborough who hit 62, Stubbings led the visitors to 252 for 9 batting first with Vikram Banerjee taking 5-69 for the hosts.
Mal Loye was unbeaten on 34 at the end of the day with Buckinghamshire 72-2 leaving an intriguing two days to come.
The match between Northumberland and Cumberland is the latest match to fall foul to the rain with the ground waterlogged.
14 wickets fell on day one in the Western Division match between Cheshire & Berkshire.
Khalid Sawas hit 63 and 54 from James Duffy helped Cheshire post 264 all-out in their first innings.
Gurveer Singh (4-24) and Bjorn Mordt (3-52) were the pick of the bowlers for the visitors.
Berkshire ended the day four wickets down on 155 with Steven Naylor unbeaten on 37.
Cornwall ended day one on 123-0 in their match against 4th place Oxfordshire.
Captain Matthew Robins hit 49, and Jacob Libby finished on 52 as the league leaders made a conservative start to the contest.
An incredible 23 wickets fell on day one of the match between Wiltshire and Herefordshire.
Joe Breet hit 57 and Henry Langford scored 44 as Wiltshire posted 294 all-out batting first with Callum Stewart, Greg Leighton and Dan Conway all took three wickets each.
Tahir Afridi tore through the Herefordshire batting line-up to finish with figures of 6-35 and dismiss the visitors for a below-par 102 and enforce the follow-on.
Afridi then took two more wickets as Herefordshire look deep in trouble at 20 for 3, following-on at the end of day one.
Richard Oliver finished day one 99 not out for Shropshire as they made a solid start in their match against Wales Minor Counties.
Captain Ed Foster chipped in with 32 as the hosts ended day one 158 for 1.
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