State Championship: Roderick & Higgins construct tons in Sussex-Gloucestershire draw

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Sussex take played an annual first-class fixture of picturesque Arundel every summer when 1990
Specsavers County Championship Division Two, Arundel (day four):
Sussex 351-8 dec: Beer ninety seven, Wiese 67, Van Zyl fifty four; Van Buuren 3-46
Gloucestershire 444-6 dec: Roderick 158, Higgins 119*, Dent 59; Robinson 3-88
Sussex (10 pts) drew with Gloucestershire (10 pts)
Scorecard

Gloucestershire batsmen Gareth Roderick and Ryan Higgins both available centuries on the final afternoon located on Arundel Castle as their ran-hit Territory Two game with Sussex led to a tame draw.

South African Roderick hit 158, sharing a stand of 136 with Higgins (119 not out) to reach a fourth batting factor.

But his retrenchment in the 108th over earned Sussex a second bowling point, meaning similar shares of 10 points each.

Gloucestershire eventually declared regarding 444-6, to shake hands towards 16: 50 BST.

Roderick’s 100 was his initially the season, while Ollie Robinson is the pick of the Sussex bowlers, yet taking picking up three scalps while in the innings, to take his haul because of wickets this season to 24.

Sussex, who are up to up coming in the table, are in action attached to Monday (17 June) when they participate Worcestershire – a game that has at the present been switched from New Path to Kidderminster.

Due to the threat of flooding inside River Severn at Worcester putting into practice this week’s rain, Worcestershire have opted to use Chester Road, their standard back-up ground.

Gloucestershire, who climb to fifth and still have played a game less than most big, are due to start their next one game the same day against Leicestershire at Grace Road.

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