y over Warwickshire at Scarborough.
Title-holders Sussex, lying second, lost ground as their rain-ravaged match
against Surrey at The Oval was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Third-placed Hampshire drew with Lancashire at Old Trafford and lost Shane
Warne, their charismatic captain, with a fractured rib.
Bottom-of-the-table Glamorgan collapsed from 185-1 to 226 all out at Cardiff
as Derbyshire snatched a 42-run win, South African left-arm spinner Ant
Botha claiming 5-67. John Morris, the former England batsman, is
Derbyshire’s new Head of Cricket, replacing former Zimbabwe captain Dave
Houghton who resigned recently.
BY JOHN HUGHES
YORKSHIRE, who have won the County Championship title only once since 1968,
are in pole position going into the last three weeks of the English season.
Skipper Darren Gough, the veteran ex-England fast bowler, snapped up 5-52 as
Yorkshire wrapped up an innings victor