THE inclement weather hampered proceedings at Derbyshire with the hosts moving on to 200-6 against Worcestershire in the 23.1 overs bowled today.

Australian spinner Nathan Lyon took his first Specsavers County Championship wicket by pinning Alex Hughes in front on 53.

Opener Luis Reece was the first wicket to fall on the day for 54 to a Tom Kohler-Cadmore catch off the bowling of Jack Shantry on 118.

Skipper Billy Godleman followed for 19 on 122 when caught behind by wicketkeeper Ben Cox from a Joe Leach delivery in the Division Two clash.

With Shantry and Leach both on two wickets Championship debutant Lyon then swooped for his first before rain and a wet outfield conspired to put an end to play for the day.

With just two days left Worcestershire will need better weather, quick wickets and some fast runs to bag bonus points and stand a chance of forcing a victory to preserve their 100 per cent record in the competition.