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Adam Lyth falls just short of Yorkshire century
Nottinghamshire enjoyed the better of the afternoon session on day one at Trent Bridge, which included the wicket of Adam Lyth for 95.
The Yorkshire opener fell short of a second century in the LV= County Championship this season when he edged Luke Fletcher behind.
This left the visitors at 202-5 after they had started the session on 124-2, with Yorkshire going in to tea at 208-5 from 64 overs.
Fletcher struck three times in the afternoon, including twice in two balls in the 35th over of the day.
He had Andrew Gale caught behind for 33 and debutant Kane Williamson caught at third slip by Samit Patel for a golden duck.
Lyth, who faced 168 balls and hit 14 fours, shared 65 for the fifth wicket with Adil Rashid, who took tea unbeaten on 45. Liam Plunkett was with him on one.