Yorkshire have been bowled out for 210 on day one of their Specsavers County Championship match against Kent at Canterbury.

The White Rose lost four wickets in the afternoon to bring about an early tea.

Although their batting effort looks below par on a good pitch, a recovery from 96-6 at lunch was handy.

Captain Steve Patterson and Jonny Tattersall (29) shared 40 for the eighth wicket, the highest partnership of the innings.

Debutant Dom Bess hit four fours in 25 off 24 balls before being bowled by Matt Milnes as the score fell to 126-7 in the 34th over.

Tattersall was then trapped lbw by a Mitch Claydon delivery which kept low, leaving the visitors at 166-8 eleven overs later.

The Tattersall-Patterson saw the latter attempt to counter-attack.

Ben Coad was then caught in the gully off part-time seamer Daniel Bell-Drummond - 181-9 in the 50th.

Patterson was then run out backing up for 23 as Claydon got a hand on a miscued pull from Duanne Olivier, who finished 21 not out.

Six Yorkshire batsmen made it into the twenties, but nobody reached 30. Harry Brook and Tattersall join top-scored with 29.

We have 39 overs remaining in the day.

Milnes finished with 3-63 from 16 overs, but new ball partner Harry Podmore was the pick of the Kent bowlers with 2-33 from 15.