Munsey Century Not Enough For Kent

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Sunday’s Royal London Cup action saw George Munsey score a ton for Kent, a double-century partnership for Leicestershire while Lyndon James would get 5 wickets for Nottinghamshire.

Sunday’s Hundred action will be reviewed tomorrow alongside the Trent Rockets vs Northern Superchargers games that take place later today.

Essex vs Middlesex (Group A)

Essex won the toss and elected to field first.

Sam Robson would be caught behind by Adam Wheater off the bowling of Shane Snater of 18 before Joe Cracknell would be LBW to the same bowler for 2. Peter Handscomb would be caught by Sir Alastair Cook off the bowling of Jamie Porter for 4 before Max Holden would be caught by Tom Westley off the bowling of Simon Harmer for 36.

Robbie White would be LBW to Walter for 47 before Luke Hollman would be LBW to Westley for 7. James Harris would be caaught & bowled by Harmer for 1 before Thilan Walallawita would be caught by Wheater off the bowling of Ryan ten Doeschate for 4. Jack Davies would be caught & bowled by the same bowler for 70 before Ethan Bamber would be the final wicket to fall as he was caught by sub fielder Aaron Beard off the bowling of Snater for 5.

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Will Buttleman would be the only wicket to fall as he was caught by Robson off the bowling of Bamber for 23 with Cook (92) and Westley (87) the not out batsmen in an unbeaten partnership of 159 for the second-wicket.

Essex travel to Worcestershire on Thursday while Middlesex host Durham tomorrow.

COOK
Cook top-scored for Essex

MID 212 (45.4 overs), ESS 213/1 (39 overs)

Gloucestershire vs Lancashire (Group A)

Lancashire would win the toss and elect to field first.

George Hankins would be LBW to Liam Hurt without scoring before Ben Charlesworth would be caught by Steven Croft off the bowling of Tom Bailey for 12. Tom Lace would be caught by Jack Morley off the bowling of Danny Lamb for 15 before Graeme van Buuren being caught by Croft off the bowling of Lamb for 17.

Jack Taylor would be LBW to Lamb for 4 before Ben Wells would be bowled by Morley for 2 (the hosts sitting at 70/6 at this point). Tom Smith would be caught & bowled by Morley for 6 before George Scott would be caught behind by Lavelle off Lamb’s bowling for 43. Josh Shaw would be bowled by Lamb for 2 before Daniel Worrall would be the final wicket to fall, caught by George Balderson off the bowling of Bailey, for 1 – Matt Taylor top-scoring with 51 not out.

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Josh Bohannon would be caught by Scott off the bowling of Shaw for 24 before Luke Wells would be caught by Smith off the same bowler for 31. Keaton Jennings would be caught by Wells off the bowling of Shaw for 47 before Rob Jones would be the final wicket to fall, bowled by Shaw, for 21 with Croft (28) and Balderson (14) finishing not out.

Gloucestershire host Worcestershire tomorrow while Lancashire travel to Kent on Wednesday.

GLO 171 (48 overs), LAN 177/4 (43.4 overs)

Sussex vs Durham (Group A)

No play was possible due to rain.

Sussex travel to Hampshire tomorrow while Durham travel to Middlesex at the same time.

Worcestershire vs Kent (Group A)

Worcestershire won the toss and elected to field first.

Ollie Robinson would be caught by Ed Barnard off the bowling of Charlie Morris for 13 before Heino Kuhn would be run out by Jake Libby for 19. Tawanda Muyeye would be bowled by Josh Baker for 22 before a 184-run partnership between George Munsey and Harry Finch was ended with the latter bowled by namesake Adam for 84 off 79 balls.

Munsey would be LBW to Barnard for 108 before Darren Stevens would be caught by Jack Haynes off the same bowler for 23. Grant Stewart would be the final wicket to fall as he was run out by Haynes for 9 – Marcus O’Riordan (17) and Matt Milnes (14) not out at the end of the innings.

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Joshua Dell would be caught by Finch off the bowling of Stevens for 20 before Tom Fell would be caught behind by Robinson off the bowling of Stewart for 57. Libby would be caught by Munsey off the bowling of Matt Quinn for 17 before Haynes would be caught by O’Riordan off the bowling of Logan for 77.

Gareth Roderick would be caught by Robinson off the bowling of Quinn for 5 before Jacques Banton would be caught by Quinn off the bowling of Logan for 1. A 134-run partnership between Barnard and captain Joe Leach was ended with the latter being the final wicket of the innings, LBW to Miles, for 88 off 51 balls – Barnard and Baker finishing with 39 and 4 not out respectively.

Worcestershire travel to Gloucestershire tomorrow while Kent host Lancashire on Wednesday.

KEN 322/7 (50 overs), WOR 323/7 (49.1 overs)

Leicestershire vs Yorkshire (Group B)

Leicestershire would win the toss and elect to bat first.

George Rhodes would be bowled by Matthew Waite for 8 before Rishi Patel would be caught by Gary Ballance off the bowling of Revis for 24. Marcus Harris and Lewis Hill would put on 212 for the third-wicket partnership before the Australian would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Waite for 127 with Arron Lilley caught by Dom Bess off the same bowler for 15.

Hill would be caught by Pillans off Waite’s bowling for 108 off 100 balls before Louis Kimber would be caught by Jonny Tattersall to give Waite his fifth wicket for 16. Ben Mike would be the final wicket to fall, LBW to Ben Coad, for 3 with Rehan Ahmed and Dieter Klein finishing 7 and 5 not out respectively.

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Will Fraine would be caught behind by Hill off the bowling of Chris Wright for 45 before Ballance would be caught by Rhodes off the bowling of Klein for 43. Harry Duke would be the final wicket to fall, bowled by Barnes, for 125 after a partnership of 172 with George Hill – Hill (90) and Tattersall (6) would be the not out batsmen.

Leicestershire travel to Warwickshire on Thursday while Yorkshire host Northamptonshire on Wednesday.

harry brook
Another century for Brook

LEI 327/7 (50 overs), YOR 329/3 (47.5 overs)

Northamptonshire vs Glamorgan (Group B)

Northamptonshire won the toss and elected to field first.

Nick Selman would be caught & bowled by Freddie Heldreich for 33 before Steven Reingold would be bowled by the same bowler for 16. Kiran Carlson would be caught by Heldreich off the bowling of Ben Sanderson for 15 before opener Hamish Rutherford would be bowled by the same bowler for 86.

Billy Root would be caught by Charlie Thurston off the bowling of Tom Taylor for 8 before Callum Taylor would be the final wicket to fall as he was bowled by the same bowler for 36 – Tom Cullen (58 off 44 balls) and Joe Cooke (33 off 18 balls) the not out batsmen.

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Emilio Gay would be caught behind by Cullen off the bowling of Michael Hogan without scoring before Ricardo Vasconcelos would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Lukas Carey for 17. Rob Keogh would be bowled by Hogan for 7 before Ben Curran would be caught by Cullen off the bowling of Cooke for 55.

Thurston would be caught by Selman off the bowling of Hogan for 4 before Saif Zaib would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Cooke for 41. Wayne Parnell would be caught & bowled by the same bowler for 9 before Graeme White would be caught by Selman off the bowling of Taylor for 15. Sanderson would be Selman’s fourth catch of the innings off the bowling of Carey for 9 before Heldreich would be the final wicket to fall, run out by Root, for 5 – Taylor finished with 65 off 59 balls.

Northamptonshire travel to Yorkshire on Wednesday while Glamorgan travel to Somerset at the same time.

GLA 295/6 (50 overs), NOR 236 (44.2 overs)

Nottinghamshire vs Warwickshire (Group B)

Warwickshire would win the toss and elect to field first.

Sol Budinger would be caught by Ryan Sidebottom off the bowling of Rob Yates for 29 before Peter Trego would be caught by Ethan Brookes off the bowling of Sidebottom for 6. Ben Salter and Haseeb Hameed would add 127 for the third-wicket partnership before the former was caught by Kiel van Vollenhoven off the bowling of Brookes for 86 with Matthew Montgomery would be stumped by Michael Burgess off the bowling of Jacob Bethell for 35.

Lyndon James would be run out by van Vollenhoven for 9 before Hameed was bowled by Will Rhodes for 103 off 92 balls. Liam Patterson-White would be caught by Manraj Johal off the bowling of Brookes for 2 before Joey Evison would be caught by Bethell off the bowling of Rhodes for 17. Dane Schadendorf would be caught by Brookes off the bowling of Rhodes for 16 before Brett Hutton would be the final wicket to fall as he was caught by Rhodes off the bowling of Johal for 9.

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Ed Pollock would be caught by Slater off the bowling of James for 16 before Rhodes would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Evison for 39. Burgess would be bowled by Patterson-White for 11 before Rob Yates would be bowled by Evison for 103 off 105 balls.

Bethell would be caught by Hameed off the bowling of James for 20 before Matthew Lamb would be caught by Hutton off the bowling of Patterson-White for 38. Brookes would be bowled later in the same over for a golden duck before Ashish Chakrapani would be caught by Trego off the bowling of James for 4. van Vollenhoven would be LBW to James for 1 before Johal was the final wicket to fall, caught by Hameed off the same bowler, for 1 (James finishing with 5/48 off 9 overs) – Sidebottom finishing 2 not out.

Nottinghamshire travel to Surrey tomorrow while Warwickshire travel to Derbyshire at the same time.

haseeb hameed england
Hameed getting back to form that saw him play for England in the past

NOT 323 (49.4 overs), WAR 237 (44 overs)

Somerset vs Derbyshire (Group B)

Somerset won the toss and elected to field first.

Harry Came would be caught behind by Alex Davies off the bowling of Sonny Baker for 2 before Billy Godleman would be caught by Eddie Byrom off the bowling of Jack Brooks for 12. Tom Wood would be caught by Davies off the bowling of Baker for the same score before a 142-run partnership between Brooke Guest and Fynn Hudson-Prentice was broken with the latter caught & bowled by Ben Green for 93.

Anuj Dal would be run out by Brooks for 8 before Guest would be caught by Byrom off the bowling of Kasey Alridge for 74. Mattie McKiernan would be bowled by Baker for 20 before Alex Thomson would be caught by George Bartlett off the bowling of Green for 24. Ben Aitchison would be caught by Baker off the bowling of Brooks for 2 before Connor Marshall would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Davies off the bowling of Green, for 10 – Ravi Rampaul would be 25 not out off 11 balls.

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Sam Young would be caught behind by Guest off the bowling of Thomson for 4 before Bartlett would be caught by Dal off the bowling of Hudson-Prentice for 18. Steven Davies and James Hildreth would add 120 for the third-wicket partnership before the former was dismissed by the same combination for 94 off 72 balls with the latter being the final wicket to fall, caught by McKiernan off the bowling of Thomson, for 110 off 109 balls – Lewis Goldsworthy and Byrom finishing with 57 and 11 not out respectively.

Somerset host Glamorgan on Wednesday while Derbyshire host Warwickshire tomorrow.

DER 298 (49.3 overs), SOM 299/4 (48 overs)

Today’s Fixtures

15:00 – Trent Rockets vs Northern Superchargers (W 100)
18:30 – Trent Rockets vs Northern Superchargers (M 100)

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