Warwickshire ended day one at Trent Bridge in a strong position on 361 for five after Sam Hain posted his third century of the season, sharing a fourth-wicket partnership of 171 with Dan Mousley, who made 87, after opener Alex Davies had scored 93 earlier.

Nottinghamshire have seen two sides of Hain in little more than a week following his 97 not out against them in the Vitality Blast at Edgbaston on June 3. On that occasion, he smashed eight fours and four sixes from just 52 balls but made the switch from white ball to the different qualities required for red ball cricket look effortless in a patient innings spanning 258 minutes and 192 balls.

Having hit eight fours and four sixes and not offered a chance until then, his only regret will be that he was out inside the last four overs of the day’s play for exactly 100.