James Anderson dismissed England team-mate Joe Root for just four but Yorkshire held on for a draw against Lancashire at Headingley in the County Championship.
England captain Ben Stokes, Haseeb Hameed and Keaton Jennings starred on the opening day of action in the latest round of the County Championship.
Sir Alastair Cook made a 71st first-class century for Essex, while new England captain Ben Stokes was in Durham's team.
Yorkshire were forced to settle for a draw with Kent in their County Championship Division One clash, while Essex salvaged a draw with Northants.
Somerset, Middlesex and Notts claim emphatic County Championship victories inside three days as they beat Warwickshire, Leicestershire and Worcestershire respectively
Lancashire finally broke some determined resistance from Gloucestershire to wrap up an innings-and-57-run win with just 23 balls remaining on the final day.
Josh Bohannon scored a double ton and James Anderson took his first wicket of the season as Lancashire dominated day three of their clash with Gloucestershire.
Essex secured a nerve-jangling one-wicket win over Somerset despite Craig Overton's starring role, while twin brother Jamie saw Surrey to an innings win over Hampshire.
Kent duo Jordan Cox and Ben Compton both scored 129 as their LV= County
Championship clash against Essex ended in a draw at Chelmsford.
Hampshire raced to victory in their LV= Insurance County Championship Division One opener as they thrashed Somerset by an innings and 113 runs inside three days.
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Essex secured the County Championship Division Two title with an innings-and-44-run win against Northamptonshire inside two days.
Hampshire's bid to secure a first County Championship title since 1973 got off to a poor start as they were bowled out for 143 by rivals Lancashire.
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