The clash between Moises Henriques and Rory Burns was the worst thing I've ever seen on a cricket pitch!

No one spoke about it but to a man everyone's thoughts were immediately to what happened last year with Philip Hughes.

As the two players lay motionless on the Arundel ground, the medical staff from both teams sprinted from the far side and to their credit they were outstanding. We were all obviously so worried about the two lads that the cricket had now become a side point.

No one was even thinking about it and in the end the game was called off. That was how serious it was at the time. It's a measure of how bad things potentially could have been that the umpires and captains had no hesitation in calling it a day.

A few of us went to see the lads straight after the play had been halted and on the journey to the hospital we still weren't even sure what was waiting for us. We knew that they had both regained consciousness as they were being loaded in to the ambulance but that was it.

We didn't know about potential neck injuries or any other lasting damages. To see them both able to talk when we arrived was such a relief. I'm not trying to gloss it up for a story, it was genuine relief at the time.

I saw Burnsy first and he almost immediately cracked a joke about the nurse that had seen him...He was still horizontal at the time and in a neck brace but I knew he was obviously feeling ok.. Either that or the morphine was really kicking in and I pity that nurse.

Then I quickly went to see Moises we had heard that he was quite a bit worse off. He was only two cubicles away from Rory and with a broken jaw in three places and a few missing teeth he definitely came second.

He was in good spirits though and immediately said that after what he had seen on a cricket pitch in the last six months he was happy to be walking away with a broken jaw. He's off solid foods for two weeks but apart from that he was in good form. Again, relief!

The two lads were unlucky at the time...the ball fell perfectly in between the two of them, making a call very difficult but at the same time, so very lucky that a concussion, a few stitches and a broken jaw along with Rory's exceedingly poor chat up lines to an unsuspecting nurse were the worst things to come out of it.

Aside from that, we had a pretty positive week, beating Leicestershire inside three days at Grace Road. The wicket was very poor and to beat them as comfortably as we did was very pleasing.

We were made to work very hard for it for the first couple of days however and from my own point of view it was nice to contribute with an important 42 to make sure that we were able to set them a big 4th innings total.

I also ended up captaining the side after Gareth missed out due to the nature of the wicket. We are going pretty well in the championship now with 3 wins and 4 draws from 7 games, with Glamorgan next up.

They sit one place behind us in third so it would be great to extend that gap this week. It will most likely be another wicket that offers some assistance for the seamers. We are playing at Guildford Cricket Club, a club in Surrey, where once a season we play a 4 day game and a one dayer.

It's always a great place to play with a good crowd. We haven't won there in a while though so we need to put that right quickly. Hopefully this week!

If we have been going well in the championship, the same can't be said for the t20s where we have been slow off the mark. It's been a competition where we have had relative success in the last couple of seasons so hopefully we can put that right this week against Kent at the Oval.