46 From Hose Helps Bears Maul Vikings

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Last Updated on 17 Sep 2021 1:28 pm (UK Time)

Wednesday’s action sees an easy win for Birmingham at Edgbaston, Graeme White took 4 wickets for Northants while Jamie Smith would star for Surrey against Hampshire Hawks.

Birmingham Bears vs Yorkshire Vikings

Yorkshire won the toss and elected to bat first.

Adam Lyth would be the first wicket to fall as he would be bowled by Carlos Brathwaite for 19 off 8 before Jordan Thompson would be caught behind by Michael Burgess off the bowling of Tim Bresnan for 4. Gary Ballance would be caught by Lamb off the bowling of Brathwaite for 8 before opener Mark Stoneman would be caught by Sam Hain off the same bowler for 4.

George Hill would be caught by Bresnan off the bowling of Danny Briggs without scoring before Dom Bess would be caught by Hain off the bowling of Miles for 2. Jonny Tattersall (stumped Burgess, bowled by Lintott) and Matthew Waite (caught Burgess off Miles’ bowling) would both be out for 2 before Matt Fisher would be caught by Will Rhodes off the same bowler for 9. Lockie Ferguson would also be stumped by Burgess off Briggs’ bowling with Harry Brook 28 not out off 24 balls.

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Ed Pollock and Hose would make short work of the target as they would finish with 33 off 23 balls and 46 off 31 ball respectively midway through the 9th over.

Birmingham host Notts Outlaws tomorrow night while Yorkshire host Lancashire Lightning on Friday night.

YOR 81 (15.5 overs), BIR 86/0 (8.3 overs)

Northants Steelbacks vs Durham

Durham would win the toss and elect to field first.

Ricardo Vasconcelos and Ben Curran would put on 101 for the opening partnership before the latter would be caught behind by Ned Eckersley for 62 off 33 balls with the former bowled by Ben Stokes for 60 off 45 balls. Josh Cobb would also be bowled by Stokes for 11 before Mohammad Nabi would be bowled by Ben Raine for 5.

Rob Keogh would be the final wicket to fall as he would be bowled by Matty Potts for 4 with Saif Zaib and Wayne Parnell unbeaten with 21 and 3 respectively.

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Graham Clark would be dismissed with the third ball of the innings as he was caught by Tom Taylor off the bowling of Nabi without scoring before David Bedingham would be caught by Parnell off Taylor’s bowling for 4. Stokes would be caught behind by Vasconcelos a couple of balls later without scoring before Cameron Bancroft would be caught by Cobb off the bowling of Graeme White for 5 – the visitors 11/4 at this point.

White would also take the next couple of wickets as Eckersley would be caught by Curran for 9 before Raine was caught by Keogh for 3. Sean Dickson would be stumped by Vasconcelos off White for 40 off 36 before Scott Borthwick would be caught by Taylor off the bowling of Nabi for 26. Harry Crawshaw would be run out by Parnell for 4 before Jack Campbell would be bowled by Brandon Glover for 6 – Potts not out with 40 off 26 balls the joint top-scorer.

Graeme White
White took 4 wickets this evening

Northants travel to Lancashire on the 9th while Durham host Leicestershire tomorrow night.

NOR 173/5 (20 overs), DUR 143 (20 overs)

Hampshire Hawks vs Surrey

Hampshire won the toss and elected to field first.

Will Jacks was the first man dismissed for the visitors as he was caught by Colin de Grandhomme off the bowling of Scott Currie for 28 before Laurie Evans was caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Mason Crane for 12. Ollie Pope was caught behind by Lewis McManus off Currie’s bowling for 23 before opener Jamie Smith was caught by Brad Wheal off the same bowler later in the over for 59 off 41 balls.

Jamie Overton would be caught by Tom Prest off the bowling of Wheal for 2 before Rory Burns would be bowled by Chris Wood for 6. Ben Geddes would be the final wicket to fall, caught de Grandhomme off the bowling of Wheal, for 1 with Kyle Jamieson and Gus Atkinson not out 9 and 1 respectively.

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D’Arcy Short would be caught & bowled by Overton for 13 before James Vince would be bowled by Gareth Batty for 19. de Grandhomme would be caught by Overton off Atkinson’s bowling for 6 before Prest would be bowled by Dan Moriarty for 20.

Joe Weatherley would be caught by Pope off the bowling of Overton for 15 before McManus would be caught by Burns off the bowling of Atkinson for 16. James Fuller would be bowled by the same bowler for 17 before Wood would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Jacks off the bowling of Batty, for 13 – Currie and Crane not out with 1 and 2 respectively.

Jamie Smith
Another 50 for Smith at the top of the order for Surrey

Hampshire host Gloucestershire tomorrow night while Surrey travel to Kent at the same time.

SUR 146/7 (20 overs), HAM 126/8 (20 overs)

North Table:

PositionTeamPlayedWinsLossesTiesNo ResultPointsNet Run Rate
1Notts9513130.844
2Yorkshire10631130.587
3Birmingham10541110.785
4Durham9531110.218
5Worcestershire943119-0.998
6Northants114619-0.777
7Lancashire934118-0.181
8Derbyshire103617-0.342
9Leicestershire10376-0.096

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South Table:

PositionTeamPlayedWinsLossesTiesNo ResultPointsNet Run Rate
1Surrey11533130.685
2Kent10631130.327
3Gloucestershire9522120.716
4Sussex9315111.075
5Somerset9432100.361
6Essex104519-0.864
7Glamorgan103528-0.504
8Middlesex92615-0.493
9Hampshire91535-0.748

Today’s fixtures:

18:15 – Middlesex vs Sussex Sharks (South)
18:30 – Gloucestershire vs Somerset (South)
18:30 – Lancashire Lightning vs Worcestershire Rapids (North)
18:30 – Notts Outlaws vs Leicestershire Foxes (North)
19:00 – Essex Eagles vs Glamorgan (South)

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