Updated:Jul 27, 2021 8:00 am
Matt Parkinson was the star of Sunday’s action in the Hundred as he took 4 wickets for the Manchester Originals, there was a game that was washed out with Jemimah Rodrigues scoring another half-century in yesterday’s game at Trent Bridge.
Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit (Women)
The Spirit would win the toss and elect to field first.
Georgia Adams would be bowled by Freya Davies for a second-ball duck before Grace Gibbs would be LBW to Deepti Sharma for 12. Fran Wilson would be caught & bowled by Charlotte Dean for 2 before Alice Capsey would be caught by Davies off the bowling of Naomi Dattani for 59 off 41 balls.
Mady Villiers would be caught by Danielle Gibson off the same bowler for 8 before Dane van Niekerk would be caught by Dean off the bowling of Deandra Dottin for 29. Joanne Gardner would be the final wicket to fall as she was run out by Dean for 9 off the final ball of the innings with Tash Farrant finishing 3 not out.
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Dottin would be caught by Gibbs off the bowling of Villiers for 14 before Dattani would be caugth by sub Gray off the bowling of van Niekerk for 8. Sharma would be run out by Wilson for 3 before Chloe Tryon would be LBW to Farrant for 9.
Davies would be bowled by the same bowler for a golden duck before Heather Knight would be caught by Gibbs off the bowling of van Niekerk for 40 off 29 balls. Susie Rowe would be bowled by the same bowler the following ball for a golden duck with Gibson (30 off 13 balls) and Dean (10) not out at the end of the innings.
OI 132/7 (100 balls), LS 117/7 (100 balls)
Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit (Men)
There was no play in this game due to rain.
Manchester Originals vs Birmingham Phoenix (Women)
The Phoenix would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Erin Burns would be caught by Harmanpreet Kaur off the bowling of Sophie Ecclestone for 17 before Shafali Verma would be caught by Lizelle Lee off the bowling of Laura Jackson for 6. Emily Arlott would be stumped by Ellie Threlkeld off the bowling of Emma Lamb for 1 before Katie Mack would be caught by Threlkeld off the bowling of Jackson for 3 – the visitors 35/4 at this point.
Eve Jones would be bowled by Lamb for 7 before Georgia Elwiss would be LBW to the same bowler for 1. Amy Jones would be bowled by Ecclestone for 31 off 17 balls before Gwenan Davies would be run out by Lamb for 20. Issy Wong would be the final wicket to fall as she was caught by Lee off the bowling of Kate Cross for 10 with Kirstie Gordon and Abtaha Maqsood finishing of 5 and 1 not out respectively.
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Lamb would be LBW to Gordon for 4 before Lee would be caught by sub Franklin off the same bowler for 7. Georgie Boyce would be caught by Gordon off the bowling of Wong for 3 before Mignon du Preez would be stumped by A. Jones off the bowling of Maqsood for 4.
Threlkeld would be bowled by the same bowler for 17 before Ecclestone would be stumped by Jones off the bowling of Gordon for 1. Cross would be stumped off the bowling of Elwiss for the same score before Cordelia Griffth would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Gordon off the same bowler for 3 – Kaur (49) and Jackson (2) not out at the end of the innings.
BP 113/9 (100 balls), MO 93/8 (100 balls)
Manchester Originals vs Birmingham Phoenix (Men)
The Superchargers would win the toss and elect to field first.
Finn Allen would be caught behind by Jos Buttler off the bowling of Fred Klaassen for 1 before Miles Hammond would be caught by Tom Lammonby off the bowling of Steven Finn for 13. Liam Livingstone would be caught by Klaassen off the bowling of Matt Parkinson for 12 before Moeen Ali would be caught by Finn off the bowling of Carlos Brathwaite for 15.
Daniel Bell-Drummond would be caught & bowled by Calvin Harrison for 12 before Chris Benjamin would be caught by Phil Salt off the same bowler for 9. Benny Howell was caught by Buttler off Brathwaite for a second-ball duck before Chris Cooke would be bowled by Parkinson for 11. Parkinson would also get the final 2 wickets, first Tom Helm would be caught by Colin Munro before Imran Tahir would follow LBW, both without scoring.
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Salt would be bowled by Tahir for 22 off 11 balls before Joe Clarke would be bowled by Howell for 6. Munro would be stumped by Cooke off the bowling of Ali for 7 before Buttler was the final wicket to fall, bowled by Livingstone, for 30 – Lammonby and Brathwaite finishing 16 and 4 not out respectively.
BP 87 (100 balls), MO 89/4 (73 balls)
Trent Rockets vs Northern Superchargers (Women)
The Superchargers won the toss and elected to bat first.
Lauren Winfield-Hill would be stumped by Rachel Priest off the bowling of Sarah Glenn for 33 before Laura Wolvaardt would be caught & bowled by Sammy-Jo Johnson for 3. Laura Kimmince would be bowled by the same bowler for 31 off 13 balls before Jemimah Rodrigues would be caught by Katherine Brunt off Johnson’s bowling for 60 off 41 balls.
Hollie Armitsge would be caught by Kathryn Bryce off the same bowler for a golden duck before Bess Heath would be caught by Glenn off the bowling of Heather Graham for 5. Linsey Smith would be the final wicket to fall, stumped by Priest off the bowling of Brunt, for 8 with Alice Davidson-Richards 2 not out.
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Priest would be caught by Kimmince off the bowling of Russell for 4 before Johnson would be caught by Heath off the bowling of Davidson-Richards for 13. Nat Sciver would be caught & bowled by Armitage for 33 off 23 balls before Graham would be LBW to Smith for 2.
Glenn would be stumped by Winfield-Hill off the bowling of Levick for 11 before Teresa Graves would be caught by Winfield-Hill off the bowlingof Davidson-Richards for 4. Bryce would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Heath off the bowling of Levick, for 1 with Brunt (43) and Abigail Freeborn (2) not out at the end of the innings.
NS 149/7 (100 balls), TR 122/7 (100 balls)
Trent Rockets vs Northern Superchargers (Men)
The Superchargers would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Chris Lynn would be caught by Rashid Khan off the bowling of Matt Carter for 2 before Ben Stokes would be caught by Alex Hales off the same bowler for 5. Adam Lyth would be bowled by Khan for 10 before Harry Brook would be caught by Marchant de Lange off the bowling of Lewis Gregory for 38.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore would be bowled by Khan for 6 before Mujeeb Ur Rahman would be caught by Hales off the same bowler without scoring. David Willey would be caught by Samit Patel off the bowling of de Lange for a golden duck before Brydon Carse (caught Gregory) would also be dismissed for a golden duck. John Simpson would be caught by Hales off the bowling of de Lange for 42 off 33 balls before Adil Rashid would be the final wicket to fall as he was run out by D’Arcy Short for 10 – Callum Parkinson would be 1 not out.
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Short would be LBW to Mujeeb for 14 before Dawid Malan would be LBW to Rashid without scoring. Joe Root would be caught and bowled by the same bowler for a golden duck before Patel would be caught behind by Simpson off the bowling of Parkinson for 13.
Tom Moores would be caught by Simpson off the bowling of Stokes for 4 before Gregory would be bowled by Parkinson for 14. Rashid Khan would be caught by Simpson off Stokes’ bowling for 25 before Luke Wood would be the final wicket to fall, LBW to Mujeeb, for 4 – opener Hales and Carter finishing with 40 and 13 not out respectively.
NS 132 (99 balls), TR 134/8 (94 balls)
11:00 – Derbyshire vs Warwickshire (RLC Group B)
11:00 – Gloucestershire vs Worcestershire (RLC Group A)
11:00 – Hampshire vs Sussex (RLC Group A)
11:00 – Middlesex vs Durham (RLC Group A)
11:00 – Surrey vs Nottinghamshire (RLC Group B)
14:30 – Welsh Fire vs Southern Brave (W 100)
18:30 – Welsh Fire vs Southern Brave (M 100)