YORKSHIRE set Nottinghamshire a victory target of 403 during the third afternoon of their Specsavers County Championship match at Emerald Headingley.

The White Rose advanced their second innings from 198 for four at lunch to 334 all out.

Harry Gurney claimed three wickets in 10 balls as the hosts fell from 198 for four to 204 for seven.

He trapped Jack Leaning lbw for 37 and got Andrew Hodd the same way. Sandwiched in between, Gary Ballance played on for a fine 82 off 166 balls.

Ballance and Leaning had shared 103 for the fifth wicket.

Notts wicketkeeper Tom Moores then took two stunning one-handed catches diving high to his right to help Luke Fletcher get rid of Josh Shaw and Jake Ball remove Jack Brooks, leaving the score at 257 for nine. By that stage, the lead was 325.

Tim Bresnan posted an 80-ball fifty, reached with a pulled six and four off Gurney, and he finished unbeaten on 68, his highest score since September 2016.

Bresnan shared a last-wicket stand of 77 inside 17 overs with Ben Coad, who fell caught at cover to Fletcher for a career best 33.

Weather permitting, there are 37 overs remaining in the day.