With no play possible on day two of the fixture against Durham, Notts were looking to maximise their points return and emerged with 12 to Durham’s 7 in a frustrating draw.

Bilal Shafayat was in sparkling form scoring 122 with a six and 13 fours from 144 balls.
Sam Kelsall scored 49 in third wicket stand of 149 with Shafayat. Alex Hales also looked in good touch before being yorked for 37 while Scott Elstone (34) and Greg Wood (32) were the other main scorers as Notts declared on 307-7 at tea.
Durham were 9-0 when rain forced a finish.
Fast bowler Andrew Carter was awarded a Second Eleven Cap after a string of impressive performances that have generated 55 wickets in competitive Second Eleven Championship and Trophy fixtures.

The Seconds return to action next week with a Trophy game at Alvaston and Boulton CC on Monday August followed by a three day Champioship game starting on Tuesday at the County Ground in Derby.