England international James Anderson took two Durham wickets as Lancashire's first-ever County Championship match at Sedbergh School remained evenly poised after two days.

Light rain caused the start to be delayed by half an hour, with Lancashire resuming on 275-5, but they lost two early wickets as Steven Croft (42) nudged Brydon Carse to Cameron Bancroft at slip.

Captain Dan Vilas then departed for 72 when he drove Chris Rushworth to Nathan Rimmington at mid-off, but Josh Bohannon went on to make some useful runs in the lower order.

He finished on 33 not out as Durham bowled out the hosts for 337 half an hour before lunch, with Rimmington finishing with 4-74 and Rushworth also bowling well in taking 3-61.

A promising opening wicket stand worth 70 was broken when Alex Lees (16) launched Saqib Mahmood into the air to the waiting Anderson at mid-off, but the visitors were still going well on 136-1 early in the evening session.

They then lost three wickets without adding to their total, however, as Graham Onions bowled Gareth Harte (14), with Anderson then removing the dangerous Australia international Bancroft for 77 before he took his 950th first-class wicket by trapping Graham Clark lbw.

Durham recovered to close on 192-4, with Jack Burnham and Liam Trevaskis resuming on 21 and 23, respectively.