After a very impressive bowling performance - at least until the last couple of overs of the innings - Derbyshire produced a batting display that sadly bordered on the dismal tonight.
It was same old, same old in front of the TV cameras as a decent start by Wes Durston and Usman Khawaja was squandered with an ineptitude that sadly smacked of the bad old days.
While you have to give some credit to the Yorkshire bowlers, Derbyshire didn't make them work unduly hard for their wickets and to lose five wickets for just 20 runs, as we managed to do, was frankly unprofessional.
As regular readers will know, I am very positive about the current state of Derbyshire cricket, but to go from 43-0 in the sixth over to 84-7 in the 15th was very disappointing and there's nothing that I can say to defend such an abject effort.
Full marks to David Wainwright, who bowled as good a spell of spin as you could wish to see, but after so many encouraging displays this summer, Derbyshire were very, very poor with the bat tonight.
Wainwright and Rana Naved, much better with the ball tonight, added a modicum of respectability to the total, but it was too little, too late.
They'll need to do much better on Wednesday, or the Sky commentators will have run out of disparaging comment by the midway point of our innings against Durham.
That's all I can say really. As it did to all Derbyshire fans, that one hurt tonight.