Charlie Shreck and Mark Ealham struck late to reduce Yorkshire to 72-5 as 15 wickets fell on day one at Trent Bridge.

Matt Wood scored 58 as Notts won the toss and batted well to 212-6 on a slow pitch. But the final four wickets fell in 18 balls with just one more run added. Wodd’s opening partner Bilal Shafayat went for one as Matthew Hoggard took 2-38 off 17 overs.

Notts struck back through Shreck who had Chris Taylor and Joe Sayers, a late replacement for injured captain Anthony McGrath, caught at slip by Andre Adams as the visitors slipped to 18-2.

Jacques Rudolph and Andrew Gale went lbw to Ealham.either side of Adam Lyth falling to a well-held slip catch from Graeme Swann off Andre Adams.

“Getting the late wickets was important to us and if we can pick up in the same vain tomorrow then we could find ourselves in a good position,” said Notts Director of Cricket Mick Newell.

“A score somewhere between 250 and 300 would have been more acceptable and I don’t like to lose four wickets for one run but there were some good batting performances and we have started well with the ball.”

Gerard Brophy and Matthew Hoggard will resume for Yorkshire.