Essex County Cricket's recent match against Lancashire was a historic day, but one they will probably want to forget.
It took less than two hours for the side to concede their lowest ever score in first class cricket.
They were bowled out for just 20 as Lancashire won by an innings and 105 runs with a day and more than a session to spare.
Essex were today bowled out for their lowest-ever score of 20 as Lancashire crushed them at Chelmsford.
Already in arrears of 125 after Lancashire posted a first-innings 398, six Essex batsmen made ducks in a total which was smaller than their previous worst of 30 against Yorkshire in 1901.
Essex today scraped to a lowly 20 in today's match in Chelmsford, but it's far from the lowest ever score - that dubious honour belongs to Northants.
12 Northamptonshire v Gloucestershire: Spa Ground, Gloucester 1907
13 Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire: Trent Bridge, Nottingham 1901
14 Surrey v Essex: County Ground, Chelmsford 1983
15 Hampshire v Warwickshire: Edgbaston, Birmingham 1922 (Hampshire won game)
16 Warwickshire v Kent: Angel Ground, Tonbridge 1913
20 Sussex v Yorkshire: The Circle, Hull 1922
20 Derbyshire v Yorkshire: Bramall Lane, Sheffield 1939
20 Essex v Lancashire: County Ground, Chelmsford 2013
Essex recorded their lowest ever county championship score after they were bowled out for 20 against Lancashire in the second innings of their Division Two clash at Chelmsford.
Essex lost the match by an innings and five runs. Jaik Mickleburgh (pictured) top scored for the Eagles with 10.
WICKET - Essex 20 all out Lancashire win by an innings and 105 runs. Topley the last man out lbw to Chapple for 0