Lancashire CCC v Yorkshire CCC Roses updates
At tea, the visitors are 84-3 after being set 302 to win from a minimum of 84 overs.
Adam Lyth was first out, caught behind for five after aiming a loose drive at Will Williams.
Lyth had been dropped off the first ball of the innings when he clipped Bailey to short-leg, where Josh Bohannon spilled a sharp chance.
George Hill fell just before lunch, driving the left-arm spinner Tom Hartley to Dane Vilas at second slip to depart for six.
Fin Bean, the 20-year-old opener on first-class debut, fought hard to reach 25 in two hours’ batting before he was third out with the total on 67.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore (29) and Will Fraine (six) have steadied the ship since, and there are a minimum of 31 overs left in the game.
Earlier, the hosts pulled out on 280-5 after starting the day on 203-3.
In watery sunshine, Dom Bess took the first wicket to fall when Vilas was bowled for 28 trying to hit him through the point region.
Tattersall had George Lavelle skying to mid-on for a single, with Steven Croft ending unbeaten on 45.
Bess captured 3-84 and Tattersall 2-27, Lancashire declaring after 35 minutes’ play.