Updated:Jul 3, 2021 6:00 am
Friday’s action saw Harry Brook score an unbeaten 91 in the Roses clash, a couple of hat-tricks (including one in that game) as well as a triple-wicket maiden.
Durham vs Leicestershire Foxes
Leicestershire would win the toss and elect to field first.
David Bedingham would be caught by Colin Ackermann off the bowling of Callum Parkinson for 1 before Ben Stokes would be caught by Parkinson off the bowling of Naveen-ul-Haq for 8. Cameron Bancroft would fall to the same combination a couple of balls later without scoring before Graham Clark would be caught by Rishi Patel off the bowling of Gavin Griffiths for 40.
Sean Dickson and Ned Eckersley would be 35 and 20 not out respectively as the rain came to end the innings 4.5 overs early.
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Set a target of 88 off 9 overs, Leicestershire would lose Scott Steel as he was run out by Dickson for 3 before Arron Lilley was caught & bowled by Stokes for 5 – Josh Inglis (35 off 17 balls) and Ackermann (36 off 21 balls) seeing the visitors home with 4 balls remaining.
DUR 115/4 (15.1 overs), LEI 88/2 (8.2 overs)
Notts Outlaws vs Birmingham Bears
Birmingham won the toss and elected to field first.
Ben Duckett would be caught by Matthew Lamb off the bowling of Danny Briggs for 39 off 20 balls before Alex Hales would be caught by Sam Hain off the bowling of Jake Lintott for 34 off 21 balls. Ben Slater would be caught by Lintott off the bowling of Will Rhodes for 18 before Steven Mullaney would be caught by Rhodes off Lintott’s bowling for 2.
Peter Trego would be stumped by Michael Burgess off the bowling of Lintott for 12 before Samit Patel would be caught by Craig Miles off the bowling of Tim Bresnan for 41 off 30 balls. Lyndon James would be caught by sub Brookes off the same bowler the following ball before Luke Fletcher would be caught by Lintott off Rhodes’ bowling for 1 with Calvin Harrison dismissed off the final ball of the innings for 18 off 6 balls, caught by Adam Hose off the same bowler.
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Hose would be caught & bowled by Patel for 4 before Rhodes would be caught by Matt Carter off the bowling of Jake Ball without scoring. Ed Pollock would be bowled later in the same over for 5 before Hain was caught by Ball off the bowling of Patel for the same score.
Lamb would be caught by Mullaney off Ball’s bowling for 4 before Burgess would be caught & bowled by Harrison for 6. Both Bresnan (caught Mullaney) and Briggs (caught James) later in the same over – a triple-wicket maiden – as the score sat at 39/8 at this point.
Rob Yates and Miles would move the score up to 63 before the former would be bowled by Harrison for 24 with the latter caught by Hales off Ball’s bowling for 10 – Lintott would be 1 not out.
NOT 177/9 (20 overs), BIR 63 (13.4 overs)
Yorkshire Vikings vs Lancashire Lightning
Yorkshire would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Mark Stoneman would be caught by Luke Wells off the bowling of Luke Wood for 2 before Jordan Thompson was caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Saqib Mahmood for 5. Adam Lyth would be caught by Rob Jones off the bowling of Wells for 52 before Gary Ballance would be stumped by Dane Vilas off the bowling of Matt Parkinson for 2 – Harry Brook (91 off 50 balls) and George Hill (19) the batsmen that were not out.
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Finn Allen would be bowled by Lyth for 5 before Alex Davies would be caught by Brook off the bowling of Matthew Waite for 13. Dane Vilas would be caught behind by Harry Duke off the bowling of Lockie Ferguson for 1 before Keaton Jennings would be caught by Brook off the bowling of Dom Bess for 37.
Steven Croft would be caught by Lyth off the bowling of Matt Fisher for 41 off 23 balls before Luke Wells (1, caught Lyth), Luke Wood (golden duck, bowled) and Tom Hartley (golden duck, caught Lyth) would give Ferguson Yorkshire’s first hat-trick in this format.
YOR 180/4 (20 overs), LAN 171/8 (20 overs)
Worcestershire Rapids vs Derbyshire Falcons
Worcestershire won the toss and elected for bat first.
Riki Wessels would be caught by Luis Reece off the bowling of Jade Dernbach for 17 before Jake Libby was run out by Matt Critchley for 12. Brett D’Oliviera would be caught by Reece off the bowling of Critchley for 43 off 33 balls before Ross Whiteley would be caught by Logan van Beek off the same bowler for 37 off 21 balls.
Ben Cox would be caught by George Scrimshaw off the bowling of Dernbech for 30 before Ben Dwarshuis would be the final wicket to fall as he was caught & bowled by Dernbach for 2 – Ed Barnard (15) and Daryl Mitchell (2) the not out batsmen.
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Harry Came would be the first wicket to fall as he was bowled by Charlie Morris for 21 before Reece would be LBW to Ish Sodhi for 39 off 27 balls. Leus du Plooy would be caught behind by Ben Cox off the bowling of Mitchell for 2 before Critchley would be caught by Whiteley off the bowling of Barnard for 20.
Fynn Hudson-Prentice would be caught by Barnard off the bowling of Dwarshuis for 4 before Matt McKiernan was caught by Whiteley off Morris’ bowling for 5. Brooke Guest would be caught by D’Oliviera for a golden duck before Tom Wood would be the final wicket to fall, run out by Cox for 46 off 35 balls – van Beek (5) and Dernbach (7) the not out batsmen.
WOR 167/6 (20 overs), DER 153/8 (20 overs)
Sussex Sharks vs Glamorgan
Sussex would win the toss and elect to field first.
Phil Salt and Luke Wright would put on 144 for the opening wicket partnership before the two would be dismissed in the same Douthwaite over, firstly Salt was bowled for 63 off 35 balls then Wright was caught behind by Chris Cooke for 77 off 41 balls. Ravi Bopara would be caught by James Weighell off the bowling of Callum Taylor for 12 before David Wiese was LBW to Roman Walker for 6.
Harrison Ward would be caught by Billy Root off the bowling of James Weighell for a golden duck before Travis Head would be caught by Kiran Carlson off the bowling of Douthwaite for 26. Will Beer (2, caught Root) and Aaron Thomason (8, caught Douthwaite) would both fall to the final 2 balls of the innings, to the bowling of Walker.
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Carlson would be caught by Head of the bowling of Bopara for 22 before Colin Ingram would be run out by Tymal Mills for 3. David Lloyd would be caught by Beer off the bowling of Archie Lenham for 51 off 29 balls before Cooke would be caught behind by Salt off the same bowler for 11.
Douthwaite would be caught by Wiese of Lenham for 35 off 18 balls before Weighall would be the young spinner’s 4th wicket as he was LBW for 1. Billy Root would be caught by Wright off the bowling of Mitchell Claydon for 13 before Sam Pearce was caught by Lenham off Bopara’s bowling for 5. Taylor would be the ninth wicket to fall, caught by a sub off the bowling of Wiese for 16 before Andrew Salter was bowled the following ball for 4.
SUS 201/8 (20 overs), GLA 168 (18.4 overs)
Somerset vs Middlesex
Middlesex won the toss and elected to field first.
George Bartlett would be caught by Daryl Mitchell off the bowling of Steven Finn for 9 before Devon Conway would be run out by Joe Cracknell for 45 off 26 balls. Will Smeed would be caught by Max Holden off the bowling of Josh Cullen for 11 before Tom Lammonby would be caught behind by John Simpson off the bowling of Nathan Sowter for 4.
Lewis Goldsworthy was caught by Finn off the bowling of Cullen for 11 before Eddie Byrom would be stumped by Simpson off the bowling of Mujeeb Ur Rahman for 1. Craig Overton would be LBW to the same bowler the following ball for a golden duck before Ben Green would be caught by Holden off the bowling of Cullen for 11. Marchant de Lange would be the ninth wicket to fall, to the same combination, for 20 before Jack Brooks was bowled by Finn for 2 – Max Waller not out with 1.
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Needing a target of 120 off 16 overs due to rain, Middlesex would lose Steve Eskinazi as he was bowled by Overton for 4 before Holden would be caught by Conway off the bowling of Brooks for 8. Cracknell would be caught by Goldsworthy off the bowling of Overton for 13 before Mitchell would be caught by Brooks off the bowling of de Lange for 10.
Simpson would be caught by Smeed off the bowling of Lammonby for 7 before Luke Hollman would be caught by the same fielder off Overton’s bowling for 15 – Sowter (37 off 24 balls) and Helm (7) were the not out batsmen.
SOM 152 (18.1 overs), MID 114/6 (16 overs) – Somerset win by 5 runs via DLS method
Hampshire Hawks vs Gloucestershire
Hampshire would win the toss and elect to field first.
James Vince would be stumped by James Bracey off the bowling of Glenn Phillips for 13 before D’Arcy Short would be caught by Phillips off the bowling of Matt Taylor for 17. Colin de Grandhomme would be caught by Benny Howell off the bowling of Josh Shaw for 1 before Joe Weatherley would be LBW to Tom Smith for 30.
Lewis McManus would be dismissed the same way off the same bowler the following ball before James Fuller would be the last wicket to fall as he was caught by Bracey off Shaw’s bowling for 38 off 24 balls – Tom Prest (59 off 42 balls) and Chris Wood (11) the not out batsmen.
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Miles Hammond would be caught by McManus off the bowling of Brad Wheal for 13 before Howell would be caught by Mason Crane off the bowling of Wood for 3. Chris Dent would be stumped by McManus off the bowling off Short for 42 before Phillips would be caught by Fuller off the bowling of Currie for 57 off 38 balls.
Jack Taylor would be caught off the final game of the game by McManus off the bowling of Wood for 30 off 18 balls – Bracey 11 not out at the other end.
HAM 176/6 (20 overs), GLO 166/5 (20 overs)
Kent Spitfires vs Surrey
Kent won the toss and elected to bat first.
Captain Daniel Bell-Drummond would be dismissed off the second ball of the game as he was LBW to Will Jacks for a golden duck before Zak Crawley would be bowled by Jordan Clark for 24. Joe Denly would be caught by Ollie Pope off the bowling of Gus Atkinson for 36 before Jack Leaning would be the final wicket to fall for 50, caught by Clark off the bowling of Jamie Overton – Jordan Cox (61 off 28 balls) and Alex Blake (12) the not out batsmen.
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Jamie Smith would be bowled by Fred Klaassen for 9 before a 92-run partnership between Will Jacks and Laurie Evans would be ended with the former LBW to the same bowler for 87 off 54 balls. Jamie Overton would be caught by Qais Ahmad off the bowling of Adam Milne for 6 before Ollie Pope would be bowled by the same bowler for 15 in the final over.
Kyle Jamieson would follow the next ball, caught by Leaning, for a golden duck before Milne’s hat-trick was completed off the final ball of the innings with Evans caught by Crawley for 57 off 42.
KEN 191/4 (20 overs), SUR 180/6 (20 overs)
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Next Round Of Fixtures – All July 9th:
14:30 – Gloucestershire vs Middlesex (South)
17:30 – Worcestershire Rapids vs Birmingham Bears (North)
18:30 – Durham vs Derbyshire Falcons (North)
18:30 – Lancashire Lightning vs Northants Steelbacks (North)
18:30 – Notts Outlaws vs Yorkshire Vikings (North)
18:30 – Surrey vs Kent Spitfires (South)
19:00 – Hampshire Hawks vs Somerset (South)
19:00 – Sussex Sharks vs Essex Eagles (South)