Liam Patterson-White proved a class apart as he made a return to the Nottinghamshire Second XI for their three-day match against Lancashire.

The all-rounder, who made an immediate impact with the ball in his first two Specsavers County Championship games, showed his prowess with the bat by hitting 124 on the first day of the clash at Lady Bay.

Patterson-White enjoyed a 92-run stand for the second wicket with Ben Slater (56), before putting on 126 alongside Mitchell Todd (67).

The 19-year-old would ultimately fall to Ed Moulton, having hit 15 fours and one six during his stay at the crease, and Todd would follow two overs later.

This gave the next pairing of Saad Ashraf and Zak Chappell license to accelerate the scoring rate, Ashraf hitting 23 off 17 balls and Chappell scoring 15 from 8 before the declaration came.

In response to Nottinghamshire’s 325-6 declared, Lancashire survived the final nine overs of the day, former England international Owais Shah shepherding his side to stumps alongside Taylor Cornall on 14-0.


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