Sex on 448 (10 Dochate 130, Lawrence 93) and 0 were painted 0. Frost 395 (Patel 100 *, Jacks 88, Foakes 69, Siddle 6-104) and 324 (June December) (Burns 98, Pope 69, Jacks 54, Harmer 5-88)
The 127th third partnership between Rory Burns and Ollie Pope and Will Jacks' second half century led Surrey to draw a draw for Kia Oval's Essex in the first match of the Specsavers Championship title defense.
Burns fell 98 years old, and Pope fired 69 years old, but Jack thumped his first innings 88 with 54 thumps in 2-6 and 6-4, starting the last day with 324 points in six seasons. 271.
Essex off spinner Simon Harmer plugged in all day and finished off with a 5 to 36 over 36. It was Hamer that the Pope took the square leg, Burns escaped Bat's face at a stupid point, and Ben Foaches beat 19 feet. After he finished 50 and fired 6 in a similar direction.
Rikki Clarke hit four, the last three marbles of four innings, after Tom Curran failed to maintain the 22-year-old company and recorded Tom Weley's two 6 RBIs twice. Surrey's declaration prevented him from overeating point deductions because he didn't play in the second inning or lose his wicket before shaking his hand at Essex.
Surrey, who resumed 68 15 innings without resuming two innings, lost both Mark Stoneman and Ryan Patel in the first quarter. But Burns and Pope had no early warnings, but soon began to be attacked by Essex bowlers and reached undefeated 88 and 61 by lunch, respectively.
Stoneman added a single overnight before Peter Siddle bowled at the inner edge in 2 seconds of the morning, and was disappointed the next time his fellow left-hander Patel mi pooled at 1. Nick Browne played a short ball from Harmer to midwicket.
The 71-year-old Surrey, suddenly under some pressure, was only 5 when the Pope survived the appeal for the merger after returning to Harmer's quick ball. However, the pope soon skipped the pitch to chase Hamer through four additional covers, and eight and six of the 20- and 60-year-old 50-year-olds elected Shimer Matt Quinn.
Burns, who began his 34-year-old, still showed fluency on a slow surface, and when he finished fourth, the English test opener hit 166 balls and hit 13 4. The pope's sparkling innings, meanwhile, took 80 balls, with a total of six and eleven.
Frost, who scored 395 points in the first inning, scored 11 points in the draw, and Essex, who answered 448 points, would have gained 13 points after the opening week Hampshire lost.
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