Another day where play was truncated by the weather. Probably as well, truth be told, as the game is going nowhere on the sort of track that no one loves who has to bowl for a living.
With another rain-shortened day forecast tomorrow, the game seems set to end in a draw.
Perhaps it is a shame it didn't all end at Hove, as since then it has all been anti-climactic.
In other news today, which I will look at with more time on Friday, Callum Brodrick has signed his first professional contract. It is a two-year deal that gives a player of genuine talent an opportunity to develop his game under the eye of some excellent senior players and coaches. I will watch his career with great interest, as I think he will be a good 'un.
At the other end of the scale, again looked at in a couple of days, the club has announced that both Greg Cork and Tom Wood have been released.
I suspect that there may be others to be announced, but again, I will look at those leaving the club at the weekend, as well as summing up the season over the coming days.
As always, I will look forward to your thoughts on the news stories as they are announced.
Finally tonight, I am delighted - nay, thrilled - to announce that my wife, Sylvia, has been given the all-clear to carry on with her life and discharged from the hospital and return visits.
Her recovery is testimony to her own fitness and attitude, together with the wonderful care she has received from a vast array of medical personnel.
Our gratitude to all of them knows no bounds and our sincere thanks goes to all of them, as well as to all of you who have kept her in your thoughts over the past months and enquired after her well-being.