Adam Lyth and Jonny Tattersall superior their in a single day partnership of 239 to change into the primary Yorkshire pair to file a triple century stand for the sixth wicket in first-class cricket.
Lyth made 183 and Tattersall a career-best unbeaten 180 as Yorkshire posted 521 earlier than an unruffled unbeaten 94 from England fringe opener Burns helped Surrey attain 191 for one on the shut.
Rory Burns led a powerful response by LV= Insurance coverage County Championship leaders Surrey after a history-making second for Yorkshire on day two at Scarborough.
Ian Holland scored an excruciating 99 as second-placed Hampshire constructed an essential first-innings lead over Warwickshire in Southampton.
Holland returned to type along with his cussed knock and was properly supported by Liam Dawson, who maintained his spectacular type with 92, and Ben Brown with an unbeaten 72 to take Hampshire to a 153-run lead.
Warwickshire sliced 11 off the deficit in six wicketless overs.
Sir Alastair Cook dinner and Simon Harmer mixed to depart Essex on the cusp of victory in opposition to Gloucestershire at Chelmsford.
Cook dinner recorded his thirty first first-class century for his county on his approach to 145 out of 310 all out earlier than off-spinner Harmer bagged 5 for 51 because the guests capitulated to 140 for six.
An unbeaten partnership of 164 between Lancashire openers Luke Wells and Keaton Jennings noticed the hosts regain a semblance of management in opposition to Somerset at Southport.
Wells will resume the third day on 99 not out whereas Jennings is unbeaten on 61, with simply 5 wickets falling all through the three classes of one other high quality day of cricket on the Sefton coast.
The Pink Rose fightback got here after the guests have been dismissed halfway via the afternoon session for 446 with Roelof Van Der Merwe contributing a beneficial half-century together with helpful runs from Lewis Gregory and Jack Brooks.
Kent have been 287 for 5 in opposition to Northamptonshire at Canterbury, trailing by 16 with 5 first-innings wickets remaining.
Hefty partnerships of 91 between Joe Denly and Ben Compton after which 100 between Jack Leaning and Jordan Cox helped Kent shut in on Northamptonshire’s first-innings 303.
In Division Two, Michael Hogan and James Harris every took 4 wickets as they ruined top-of-the-table Nottinghamshire’s hopes of surpassing Glamorgan’s modest opening-day complete of 318.
Having resumed on 19 for no wicket, Notts moved effortlessly to 233 for 3 after which 255 for 4 earlier than shedding their final six wickets for a mere 30 runs. That meant they discovered themselves 33 runs wanting the Welsh county’s first-innings rating.