Sussex produced a superb effort with the ball to bowl Yorkshire out for just 150 on the opening day of their County Championship match at the 1st Central County Ground.

The pick of the bowlers for the Sharks was George Garton who picked up 3-15 in a five-over spell, which included the wicket of England Skipper Joe Root, who went for just five.

The seamer who only turned 24 last week finished the innings with figures of 3-25.

It was an incredible display not just from Garton, but all the bolwers collectively to dismiss a Yorkshire side boosting the likes of Root, England all-rounder Dom Bess, former England batsmans Gary Ballance and Adam Lyth so cheaply 

England hopeful Ollie Robinson cleaned up the tail picking up 2-17 from his seven overs, with England head coach Chris Silverwood watching on.

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The other five wickets were shared between Delray Rawlins (2-12), Sean Hunt (2-45) and Jack Carson (1-24).