17 wickets fall for seconds on Day One
17 wickets fell on Day One of the three-day Second XI friendly between Derbyshire and Yorkshire at Belper Meadows Cricket Club.
Connor Marshall scored 69 for the hosts, who managed a first innings total of 148, with Steven Patterson claiming 4-20 for the visitors.
Yorkshire ended the day on 181-7, with Matthew Waite unbeaten on 42 and Patterson not out on 11, after Hutchinson claimed 4-34 for Derbyshire on the opening day.
The visitors won the toss and elected to bowl, a decision which immediately paid dividends, as Derbyshire lost four wickets within the opening 20 overs.
Derbyshire were 49-7 when Marshall arrived at the crease, and began to stabilise the innings by putting on partnerships of 55 runs with Chapman (15) and 37 runs with Alfie Gleadall (6).
He arrived at his half-century in 68 balls, including five fours. Marshall added a further 19 runs to his total before he was trapped lbw by Joshua Sullivan, as the hosts were dismissed for 148.
Derbyshire made the best possible response, as Hutchinson trapped Will Fraine (2) lbw with just the second ball of the innings, while fellow opener James Wharton (8) was dismissed lbw by Gleadall in the 16th over.
Hutchinson went on to claim the wickets of Jack Leaning (35), Harry Brook (35) and Tom Loten (0) as the visitors ended the day on 181-7, leading Derbyshire by 33 heading into Day Two.
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