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Ollie Robinson made it hundreds in successive County Championship matches with 103 for Kent yesterday but Yorkshire fought back to lead by 80 overnight with seven second-innings wickets in hand.

“I think this one was a bit better than the first one because of how well they bowled,” the wicketkeeper, 20, told BBC Radio Kent.

“It’s nice to go back-to-back and I’d like to think it’s just the start.

“You’re obviously not going to score a hundred in every game but if you’re getting them every eight or nine games you’re doing alright.”

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