Two former Derbyshire captains pictured on the pitch at Derby on Thursday morning. Geoff Miller (extreme left) and Dominic Cork (extreme right) are two of Derbyshire's most successful all-rounders of the post-war period. Miller, now Chairman of England Selectors made 498 appearances in all cricket for Derbyshire scoring almost 12,000 runs and taking 832 wickets. Cork, reporting for Sky Sports, played in 347 matches scoring almost 9,000 runs and taking 740 wickets.
Nottinghamshire's Ed Cowan just beats the throw to Tom Poynton as the visitors made a good start to their innings on the second day at Derby
Ed Cowan smashes David Wainwright's first ball of the season to 12th man Greg Cork on Day Two at Derby
Greg Cork is congratulated after catching Cowan off Wainwright
Hales is adjudged LBW to this ball from Tony Palladino
Palladino is congratulated by Ross Whiteley having dismissed Hales
Lumb edges this delivery from Jon Clare to 'keeper Tom Poynton
Tom Poynton throws the ball up in delight having dismissed Lumb