No play on Day Three at Chesterfield

Thursday 21st September 2017
Written by Danny Painter

Overnight rain resulted in a third day without play in Derbyshire’s Specsavers County Championship fixture versus Kent at Queen’s Park, Chesterfield.

Poor weather in the build-up to the fixture, followed by overnight rain on Wednesday leading into Thursday at Chesterfield, caused soft ground conditions around the edge of the square which umpires deemed unfit for play on the opening three days.

The umpires inspected at 12.30pm and with little improvement to the certain areas of outfield, play was abandoned.

Gary Wilson, Captain in the absence of the injured Billy Godleman, said: “All that rain in the build-up left the outfield just too wet and it’s now raining again on Thursday. It’s unfortunate because everyone wanted to see a game. We all love playing at Queen’s Park and we wanted to play another game here.”

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