Sussex 208 for 4 (Wells 75, Nash 66) trail Gloucestershire 229 (Dent 90, Payne 56, Magoffin 3-36) by 21 runsScorecard Chris Nash and Luke Wells batted Sussex into a position of strength on the second day of their Specsavers County Championship game against Gloucestershire at Bristol.The pair put on 114 for the second wicket to leave the visiting county on course for a significant first-innings lead. By the close, Sussex were 208 for 4, just 21 runs behind Gloucestershire.Having resumed on their overnight total of 201 for 7, the host county lost their last three first-innings wickets for just 27.Chris Dent, who not only had a century in his sights, but the accolade of being the first Gloucestershire batsman in 11 years to carry his bat in a four-day game, was first to go, caught and bowled by Jofra Archer.The 25-year-old left-hander, who had been the mainstay of the Gloucestershire innings on day one, finished 10 runs short of three figures. He helped himself to 90, off 193 balls with 11 fours.David Payne, who played his part in the pairs 114 run partnership for the eighth wicket, saw Josh Shaw depart shortly after - bowled by Archer for 1.Then, Payne, whose fifty came off 105 balls with nine boundaries, eventually perished for 56, caught and bowled by England seamer Chris Jordan. Archer finished with the impressive figures of 3 for 39 off 14 overs. Steve Magoffin also picked up three wickets, with Jordan and Ollie Robinson bagging two apiece.Early-afternoon rain and bad light saw the sides taken off twice by umpires Martin Saggers and Paul Baldwin, before the skies cleared and Nash and Wells settled in on a wicket that was still providing the seam bowlers with plenty of help.It was tough going for both players with Matt Taylor, in particular, causing problems outside the off stump.Still, much as Dent had done on day one, the pair stuck to their task and ground it out until Nash departed, for 66, in the 37th over, caught behind by Phil Mustard off the bowling of Josh Shaw.Shortly before tea, Flynn Hudson-Prentice was bowled by Shaw to leave Sussex on 128 for 3 at the interval.Wells continued to prosper in the final session and after passing his half century he added 58 for the fourth wicket with Phil Salt before he became Shaws fourth victim of the innings, for 75, off 151 balls with 13 fours.Shaw finished the day with figures of 4 for 45 off 15 overs with Salt, at the close unbeaten on 29 and Ben Brown 13 not out.Phil McConkey Womens Jersey . 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Cuban testified Thursday that he was upset when the companys CEO told him news that would reduce the value of his shares, for which hed paid $7.5 million. But he said he did nothing improper when he sold those shares over the next two days.Sussex 69 for 1 trail Kent 575 (Northeast 190, Dickson 81, Denly 78, Stevens 63, Blake 61, Briggs 5-169) by 506 runs Scorecard Kent skipper Sam Northeast crossed 1000 first-class runs for the summer as Kent continued to dominate neighbours Sussex in Tunbridge Wells.At the mid-point of their County Championship match at Tunbridge Wells, Sussex had reached 69 for 1 in reply to Kents seasons best total of 575 all out. The visitors sole casualty was Harry Finch bowled when playing back in defence to a Mitch Claydon off-cutter that appeared to keep low.Northeast had batted in a short sleeved sweater for well over six hours in the hottest conditions of the year to post the fourth century of a golden summer and the 15th of his career.I was thinking to myself at one point why on earth have I got this jumper on, but its become a superstition, conceded Northeast. Weve a nice total on the board and a lot of runs to play with but its going to be hard work for us tomorrow. That said, there are encouraging signs for the bowlers already. Theres a little bit of slow turn for the spinners, it was reversing a bit at the end there and KG [Kagiso Rabada] was making it talk on a seriously slow deck, so well need to work hard for our wickets.Having bolstered his career-best in recent weeks with scores of 189 (v Glos), 191 (v Derbys) and 166* (v Essex) 26-year-old Northeast looked nailed on for his first double hundred until he slightly mistimed an attempted straight drive and saw bowler Steve Magoffin pull off a return catch diving to his left.He showed his frustration by turning around to flick off the bails with his bat, but his 244-ball stay with 13 fours and a six had secured his side a dominant position in this Division Two clash.Resuming on their overnight score of 310 for 3 and with Northeast unbeaten on 75, Kent suffered only one casualty in the morning session.ddddddddddddDarren Stevens, the clubs hugely popular beneficiary for 2016, reached a typically belligerent 63 before his ambition got the better of him. Having just slog swept one from Danny Briggs to the ropes, Stevens aimed to repeat the dose only to sky a catch to Will Beer at midwicket.Northeast joined forces with Alex Blake to add 127 inside 30 overs either side of lunch with Blake reaching his 50 with a six over long-on against the legspin of Will Beer. It was the left-handers second six to go with three fours. His fun ended for 61 with a missed sweep and an lbw appeal against Danny Briggs that made it 457 for 5.Briggs struck again when James Tredwell also skied to square leg and, once Northeast departed, the Kent tail soon rolled over.On his home debut emergency wicketkeeper Callum Jackson scored a creditable 38 before becoming the last of Briggss hard-earned haul of 5 for 169.Sussex head coach Mark Davis paid tribute to Briggs and his sides tenacity with bat and ball. It was a good effort to get through the final session today and only lose one wicket in the face of a good spell from Kagiso Rabada. Its obviously going to be hard work over the next two days as the pitch deteriorates, so we must go out there with a clear game plan and make sure we fight our corner.It was a very good toss for Kent to win and we tried to set some fields that made them think, but generally we stuck to our task and it was really exciting for Briggsy to get his first five-for for the club. ' ' '