Ingram Shines As Rain Ruins World Test Champ & Blast Program

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Last Updated on 17 Sep 2021 1:30 pm (UK Time)

Colin Ingram was the star of Friday’s action with the rain being the big winner as only 2 games were played in the Blast and World Test Championship were possible of the 9 that could have seen some action.

New Zealand vs India

No play was possible in the World Test Championship final Day 1 at the Rose Bowl due to rain – there is now the possibility of the reserve day of Wednesday being used if there is some play before then (if not then it won’t be used as the trophy is shared if neither team win the game).

Worcestershire Rapids vs Northants Steelbacks

No play was possible due to rain.

Worcestershire travel to Notts on Tuesday while Northants host Leicestershire tomorrow afternoon.

Notts Outlaws vs Derbyshire Falcons

Derbyshire won the toss and elected to field in a game that was reduced to 15 overs per side.

Notts would lose openers Alex Hales (LBW) and Joe Clarke (caught Godleman) in the opening over of the game, both to Logan van Beek, before debutant Sol Budinger would be caught behind by Brooke Guest off the same bowler for 8. Tom Moores would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Scrimshaw for 4 before Ben Duckett would be caught by Matt Critchley off the same bowler for 38 off 25 balls.

Steven Mullaney would be the final man out to the same combination of players for 21 as Samit Patel (64 off 32 balls) and Luke Fletcher (3) the not out batsmen.

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Derbyshire would lose Harry Came, caught Budinger off the bowling of Jake Ball, for 2 before Godleman would be caught by Hales off the same bowler for a golden duck the following ball. Luis Reece was the next man out as he was caught by Hales off the bowling of Mullaney for 56 off 26 balls before Critchley was LBW to Patel without scoring.

Fynn Hudson-Prentice would be bowled by Patel before Guest would be caught by Patel off the bowling of Matt Carter, both for 6 – Leus du Plooy (58 off 35) and Alex Thomson (9) the not out batsmen as the visitors fell just short of their target.

Notts travel to Lancashire tomorrow afternoon while Derbyshire travel to Yorkshire at the same time.

Samit Patel
Patel Amongst The Runs And Wickets For The Outlaws

NOT 152/6 (15 overs), DER 150/6 (15 overs)

Birmingham Bears vs Lancashire Lightning

No play was possible due to rain.

Birmingham travel to Durham tomorrow afternoon while Lancashire host Notts at the same time.

Yorkshire Vikings vs Durham

No play was possible due to rain.

Yorkshire host Derbyshire tomorrow afternoon while Durham host Birmingham at the same time.

Glamorgan vs Middlesex

Glamorgan won the toss and elected to bat first.

They would lose Nick Selman LBW to Blake Cullen for 3 before Marnus Labuschagne was bowled by Steven Finn for 13. David Lloyd would be LBW to the same bowler the following ball for a golden duck before Kiran Carlson was caught & bowled by Luke Hollman for 5.

Callum Taylor was bowled by the same bowler for 5 before Dan Douthwaite was caught by Hollman off the bowling of Finn for 8. Ruaidhri Smith was bowled by Finn for the second golden duck of the innings before opener Colin Ingram was caught by Paul Stirling off the bowling of Cullen for 75 off 48 balls. Wicket-keeper Tom Cullen was the last man out for 5, caught by John Simpson off his namesake, with Timm van der Gugten and Prem Sisodiya not out with 18 and 6 (off 1 ball) respectively.

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The Middlesex reply would see Steve Eskinazi in the opening over as he was caught behind by Cullen off the bowling of Sisodiya for 1 before Joe Cracknell was caught by Sisodiya off the bowling of van der Gugten for 4. Paul Stirling would be caught by Ingram off the same bowler for 46 before John Simpson was LBW to Lloyd for a golden duck.

Captain Eoin Morgan was bowled by Smith for a run-a-ball 33 before Hollman was caught by Ingram off Douthwaite’s bowling for 12. Chris Green would be caught by Labuschagne off the same bowler for 18 before Blake Cullen would be caught by Smith off van der Gugten’s bowling for 4. Finn was the last man out for 2, run out by Labuschagne, off the final ball of the match with Ethan Bamber not out with 3.

Glamorgan travel to Somerset tonight while Middlesex host Essex Eagles on Thursday.

GLA 150/9 (20 overs), MID 129/9 (20 overs)

Surrey vs Hampshire Hawks

No play was possible due to rain.

Surrey will host Essex Eagles on Monday night while Hampshire travel to Gloucestershire tomorrow afternoon.

Essex Eagles vs Gloucestershire

No play was possible due to rain.

Essex will travel to Kent Spitfires tomorrow while Gloucestershire host Hampshire Hawks at the same time.

Sussex Sharks vs Somerset

No play was possible due to rain.

Sussex’s next game will see them host Glamorgan on Tuesday while Somerset host Glamorgan this evening.

Today’s Fixture:

19:00 – Somerset vs Glamorgan (South)

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