Updated:Aug 11, 2021 8:00 am
Tim David’s unbeaten 140 helped Surrey to a victory against Warwickshire in the penultimate round of Royal London Cup fixtures that took place yesterday.
Tuesday’s Hundred games between Manchester Originals and London Spirit will be reviewed in tomorrow’s column alongside Southern Brave against Welsh Fire from later today.
Essex vs Sussex (Group A)
Sussex would win the toss and elect to field first.
Sir Alastair Cook would be bowled by David Wiese for 29 before Tom Westley would be caught by Will Beer of the bowling of Danial Ibrahim for 4. A 115-run third-wicket partnership between Josh Rymell and Feroze Khushi would be ended with the former LBW to the same bowler for 78 before Paul Walter would be caught by Archie Lenham off the bowling of Wiese for 27.
Ryan ten Doeschate would be caught by Ben Brown off the bowling of Beer for 2 before Khushi would be caught by Haines off the same bowler for 77. Simon Harmer would be LBW to James Coles for 6 before Adam Wheater would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Coles off the bowling of Joseph Sarro, for 53 off 29 balls – Aron Nijjar (28 off 16 balls) and Jack Plom (9) were the not out batsmen at the end of the innings.
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Ali Orr would be bowled by Plom for 10 before Tom Haines would be caught by Cook off the same bowler for 4. Brown would be caught by Harmer off the bowling of Nijjar for 26 before Travis Head would be bowled by Harmer for 38.
Wiese would be caught by Allison off the bowling of ten Doeschate for 36 off 20 balls before Oliver Carter would be caught by Khushi off the bowling of Harmer for 19. Coles would be caught behind by Wheater off the bowling of ten Doeschate for 32 before Ibrahim would be caught by the same fielder off Plom’s bowling for 7. Beer would be caught by Harmer off ten Doeschate’s bowling before the Dutchman would also get the final wicket as Lenham would be caught by Westley for 16 – Sarro finishing 4 not out.
Essex travel to Lancashire tomorrow while Durham host Hampshire at the same time.
ESS 321/8 (50 overs), SUS 224 (43.2 overs)
Worcestershire vs Durham (Group A)
Durham won the toss and elected to bat first.
Graham Clark would be caught by Joe Leach off the bowling of Brett D’Oliviera for 28 before Scott Borthwick would be run out by Ed Barnard for 10. Cameron Bancroft would be bowled by Banton for 11 before Alex Lees would be bowled by Adam Finch for 93.
David Bedingham would be caught by Jacques Banton off the bowling of Josh Baker for 66 off 41 balls before Sean Dickson would be run out by D’Oliviera for 17. Liam Trevaskis would be bowled by Barnard before Ned Eckersley would be LBW to Finch for 36. Luke Doneathy would fall to the final ball of the innings, bowled by Barnard, for 10 with Matt Salisbury finishing 2 not out.
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D’Oliviera would be caught & bowled by Paul van Meekeren for 5 before Tom Fell would be LBW to the same bowler for 6. Jack Haynes would be stumped by Bancroft off the bowling of Trevaskis for 20 before Gareth Roderick would be bowled by the same bowler for 5.
Barnard would be bowled by Doneathy off the bowling of Clark for 15 before Leach would fall LBW to Borthwick for 13. Jake Libby would be caught by Eckersley off Trevaskis’ bowling for 76 before Banton would be caught by Dickson off the bowling of van Meekeren for 22. Baker would be caught by van Meekeren off the bowling of Borthwick for 25 before Finch would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Borthwick off the bowling of Salisbury, for 1.
Worcestershire has finished their group games while Durham host Hampshire tomorrow.
DUR 289/9 (50 overs), WOR 243 (45.1 overs)
Nottinghamshire vs Northamptonshire (Group B)
Northamptonshire would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Ricardo Vasconcelos would be caught behind by Dane Schadendorf off the bowling of Peter Trego for 13 before Ben Curran would be caught by Hutton off the bowling of Dane Paterson for 11. Emilio Gay would be caught by Ben Slater off the bowling of Tom Barber for 40 before Rob Keogh would be stumped by Schadendorf off the bowling of Liam Patterson-White for 18.
Saif Zaib would be bowled by Patterson-White for 14 before Luke Procter would be caught by Paterson off the same bowler for 44. Tom Taylor would be caught & bowled by Patterson-White for 6 before Simon Kerrigan would be bowled by Patterson-White (the bowler finishing with figures of 5/19 from his 10 overs). Ben Sanderson would be bowled by Brett Hutton for 16 with Jack White the final wicket to fall, caught by Paterson off the bowling of Hutton, for 5 – James Sales would finish 18 not out.
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Sol Budinger would be caught behind by Vasconcelos off the bowling of Sanderson for 1 before Slater would be caught by Sales off the bowling of Taylor for 53. Trego would be caught by Vasconcelos off the same bowler before Compton would be bowled by Zaib for 71.
Matthew Montgomery would be caught by Sanderson off the bowling of Keogh for 31 before Schadendorf would be LBW to Zaib without scoring. Patterson-White would be bowled by Sanderson for 19 before Hutton would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Gay off Taylor’s bowling, for 14 – Fateh Singh and Paterson finishing on 6 and 8 not out respectively.
Nottinghamshire has finished their group games while Northamptonshire hosts Leicestershire tomorrow.
NOR 210 (49.5 overs), NOT 211/8 (49.4 overs)
Somerset vs Leicestershire (Group B)
Leicestershire won the toss and elected to field first.
Sam Young would be caught behind by Harry Swindells off the bowling of Ben Mike for 12 before Eddie Byrom would be caught by Rishi Patel off the bowling of Ed Barnes for 7. James Hildreth would be caught by Swindells off Mike’s bowling for 11 before Lewis Goldsworthy would be stumped by Swindells off the bowling of Rehan Ahmed for 7.
Opener Steven Davies would be caught by Swindells off the bowling of Will Davis for 61 before a 178-run partnership from George Bartlett and George Thomas would be ended with the latter bowled by Mike for 75. Bartlett was the final wicket to fall, caught by Patel off the bowling of Davis, for 108 off 89 balls – Marchant de Lange (20 off 7 balls) and Josh Davey (10 off 3 balls) the not out batsmen.
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Swindells would be caught by Young off the bowling of Baker for 22 before George Rhodes would be LBW off Davey’s bowling for a golden duck. Patel would be caught by Hildreth off the bowling of Leonard for 40 before Arron Lilley would be caught by Leonard off the bowling of Baker for 39 off 21 balls.
Lewis Hill and Louis Kimber would put on 158 for the fifth-wicket partnership before the latter was dismissed by Byrom’s catch off the bowling of Leonard for 85 off 57 balls with the former the final wicket to fall, LBW to Goldsworthy, for 107 – Mike and Ahmed finishing with 15 and 1 respectively.
Somerset travels to Warwickshire tomorrow while Leicestershire travels to Northamptonshire at the same time.
SOM 326/7 (50 overs), LEI 327/6 (44.4 overs)
Surrey vs Warwickshire (Group B)
Warwickshire would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Ed Pollock would be bowled by Conor McKerr before Rob Yates would be caught by Cameron Steel off the same bowler for 28. Will Rhodes would be bowled by Steel for 14 before Dan Mousley also would be bowled by the American for 14.
Michael Burgess would be LBW to Steel for 23 before Jacob Bethell would be caught by Dan Moriarty off Steel’s bowling for 11. Tim Bresnan would be caught by Mark Stoneman off the bowling of McKerr for 12 before Matthew Lamb would be caught by Nico Reifer off the same bowler for 31. Ethan Brookes would be the last wicket to fall, LBW to Dunn, for a run-a-ball 28 with Craig Miles and Karl Carver finishing 31 and 13 not out respectively.
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Ben Geddes would be caught by Yates off the bowling of Carver for 32 before Stoneman would be bowled by Yates for 14. Ryan Patel would be the last wicket to fall, bowled by Miles for 36, with Tim David (140 off 70 balls) and Jamie Smith (45) sharing an unbeaten 154 for the fourth-wicket partnership.
Surrey travels to Derbyshire tomorrow while Warwickshire host Somerset at the same time.
WAR 268/9 (50 overs), SUR 269/3 (39.4 overs)
15:00 – Southern Brave vs Welsh Fire (W 100)
18:30 – Southern Brave vs Welsh Fire (M 100)