Lancashire 47 for 2 (Jennings 26*, Payne 1-4) route Gloucestershire 205 (Hammond 82, Mahmood 4-48) by 158 runs
No play was probable on a second day of a Specsavers County Championship compare between Gloucestershire and Lancashire during Cheltenham.
Players arrived during a College Ground to find that a extreme charge a prior night had caused some H2O to trickle by a covers, withdrawal a soppy area on a length during a Chapel End.
Umpires Jeff Evans and Paul Pollard behind a start and opted to make an initial investigation during 11.30am internal time. Plans for a serve demeanour an hour after were deserted since of a complicated showering and an early lunch was taken with a goal of another investigation during 1.30pm. By afterwards some-more sleet had depressed and play was deserted for a day during 1.45pm amid continued regard that a inlet of a representation had changed.
Lancashire were due to resume their initial innings on 47 for 2 in respond to Gloucestershire’s 205.
Saqib Mahmood claimed 4 for 48 on a opening day, including a initial 3 wickets of Gloucestershire’s innings to branch a earnest start by a hosts. There were dual wickets any for James Anderson and Liam Livingstone, while Miles Hammond tip scored with 82.
By a time bad light brought a tighten 3 overs early, Lancashire had mislaid Haseeb Hameed to a run out and Jake Lehmann, bowled by David Payne during an eight-over opening spell by a left-armer, that saw him concur usually 4 runs.
Keaton Jennings remained not out 26 and Rob Jones was dominant on 14.