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County Championship Division 1
Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
Nottinghamshire wrapped up a convincing 185-run victory over struggling champions Lancashire before lunch on the final day at Old Trafford.
Resuming on 39-5, the Red Rose county were bowled out for 142 to leave themselves third from bottom of the Division One table having lost three and drawn one so far in 2012.
Andre Adams, who flattened the hosts in their first innings, taking career-best figures of 7-32, claimed the first wicket in the morning when he trapped Gareth Cross lbw for 19.
The New Zealander then took a catch to send Tom Smith, who was batting with the aid of a runner, before Luke Procter launched a brief fightback.
The 23-year-old put on 39 with Glen Chapple, who hit Graeme Swann for six. The England off-spinner had his revenge, though, bowling the Lancashire captain for a breezy 26.
James Anderson recorded his second duck of the match as Samit Patel claimed the final two wickets to fall. England team-mates Stuart Broad and Swann finished with 3-67 and 2-30 respectively.
However, Adams was the star of the show for Nottinghamshire, recording remarkable match figures of 10-50. Procter was left high and dry on 41 not out, his defiant knock including six boundaries.
England fast bowler James Anderson recovered from illness and injury to claim 5-82 against Nottinghamshire, but the visitors ended the third day at Old Trafford very much on top.
By the close, the Notts' attack had reduced Lancashire to an abject 39-5, still 289 runs short of their distant victory target of 328.
As well as Anderson, more encouragement for the England selectors was the sight of Stuart Broad going a long way towards proving his fitness ahead of the West Indies Tests by removing Paul Horton for a second-ball duck and Karl Brown for seven in an accurate new-ball spell.
Then his team-mate Graeme Swann had Ashwell Prince caught at slip for 14 in his first over, a wicket which was sandwiched by Andre Adams accounting for Stephen Moore and Steven Croft.
It may only have been the fact that bad light at Old Trafford ended play 21 overs early which prevented Read's bowlers completing their victory inside three days.
By contrast to the visitors, Lancashire look a shadow of the side which won the 2011 Championship and are on the brink of losing three of their first four matches in defence of their title.
Andre Adams ripped through Lancashire with seven wickets to help put Nottinghamshire in the driving seat at the end of day two of their LV= County Championship match at Manchester.
Adams finished with figures of 7-32 as the Division One champions were skittled out for just 146 by the visitors who then reached 122-2 by the close to open a lead of 145.
However, Stuart Broad - looking to find form and fitness before the forthcoming West Indies series - looked an entirely tamer prospect, bowling 14 wicketless overs for 60, while England team-mate James Anderson managed just a single over in Nottinghamshire's second innings before leaving the field with illness.
It was Graeme Swann who had the best day of the returning England trio as he chipped in with 3-26 as Lancashire folded cheaply.
With Lancashire resuming in the morning on 48-1, Adams set the tone as he removed Paul Horton (24) with his third ball of the day and also picked up the scalps of Stephen Moore (43) and Ashwell Prince (23) in his devastating display with the ball.
Lancashire skipper Glenn Chapple then gave the hosts renewed hope with a fine opening spell that saw him pick up Alex Hales (five) cheaply but, despite losing fellow opener Neil Edwards for 40, Nottinghamshire look well-placed with Michael Lumb (40 not out) and Samit Patel (21 not out) at the crease.
England international Samit Patel pushed his case for a place in the first Test against the West Indies on May 17 with 69 in Nottinghamshire's 169 all out on day one at Old Trafford.
Hosts Lancashire - chasing their first win as defending champions - lost Paul Horton for 24 in the last over before stumps, as they reached 48-1 in reply.
Lancashire, playing a championship fixture at under-construction Old Trafford for the first time since September 2010, started strongly after being asked to field first by visiting captain Chris Read.
Veteran skipper Glen Chapple did the damage, removing openers Neil Edwards and Alex Hales and then added the scalp of Michael Lumb to leave Nottinghamshire on 16-3.
Patel's half-century came off 149 balls but he fell just after hitting the first six of the match, with Simon Kerrigan also having last man Andre Adams stumped to match Chapple's four-wicket haul.
James Anderson survived an injury scare to his thumb and closed with miserly figures of 0-23 off 17 overs.
Nottinghamshire had 15 overs to try and get back into the game and while England men Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann both failed to make the breakthrough, Andre Adams pinned Horton lbw just before the close.