|NatWest T20 Blast|
|Dates: 7 July – 2 September|
|Coverage: Ball-by-ball native radio commentary on each match on-line, tablets, mobiles and BBC Sport app. In-play highlights and reside textual content commentary of chosen video games on the BBC Sport web site. Selected commentaries on BBC Radio 5 stay sports activities additional.|
Derbyshire moved to the top of the T20 Blast North Group as they claimed a five-wicket win towards Yorkshire at Headingley.
Yorkshire posted 180-5, which included a 31-ball 42 from debutant Sarfraz Ahmed and 34 from Adam Lyth.
Billy Godleman (67) and Wayne Madsen (47) led their chase as Gary Wilson hit the profitable runs with two balls left.
Elsewhere, South Group leaders Glamorgan misplaced of their rain-disrupted match towards Gloucestershire.
Having misplaced simply 3 times of their previous 12 outings coming into the recreation, Yorkshire posed a troublesome problem for Derbyshire at Headingley.
But, in an exciting finale going into the last over, Wilson hit the profitable 4 to end on an unbeaten 33 from 16 balls as Derbyshire recorded their sixth T20 Blast win this season.
Glamorgan succumb to the rain as soon as extra
Gloucestershire sealed a dramatic T20 Blast victory by 5 runs thanks to DLS, as rain performed havoc with play towards Glamorgan in Cardiff.
Thisara Perera had bowled Jacques Rudolph in the final ball of the fifth over to depart the Welsh county on 32-2 earlier than the rain fell.
Earlier, Phil Mustard hit 57 for the guests however Michael Hogan claimed a career-best 5-17 to restrict Gloucestershire to 150-9.
It means Glamorgan have had 4 video games washed out this season and they’re now only a level forward of Hampshire, whereas Gloucestershire move up to fourth.
A cunning end at Lord’s
Hampshire ensured a fifth win from their previous seven away video games as they simply beat Middlesex in entrance of 20,000 at Lord’s.
Without abroad gamers Brendon McCullum and Tim Southee and England’s Dawid Malan, Toby Roland-Jones and Steven Finn, Stevie Eskinazi was the solely star of the hosts’ innings as they struggled towards Hampshire’s bowling assault.
Eskinazi hit 5 fours and one six for his 43 earlier than he was bowled by Mason Crane and the hosts shortly fell to 136 all out, 5 balls shy of 20 overs.
Rilee Rossouw fired 60 from 47 balls as the guests made straightforward work of reaching their goal as they posted 137-Four on a balmy north London summer time’s night.
Rossouw’s half-century was not the solely decide of the motion at the house of cricket on Thursday although.
Fourteen overs into Hampshire’s innings, a fox ran onto the subject. Much like the guests, the employees at Lord’s made fast work of the chase.
Northants take the spoils towards Lancashire
Northants and Lancashire confronted one another in a repeat of the 2015 T20 Blast ultimate, however this time it was Northants who got here out on top.
Fresh from their agonising final-ball defeat by Birmingham Bears on Tuesday, Richard Levi hit an incredible 71 for Northants, which included 5 fours and three sixes.
Adam Rossington added 29 whereas captain Alex Wakely posted an unbeaten 35 to set the guests a goal of 159.
Ryan McLaren, aided by Dane Vilas (40), hit an outstanding 77 to give Lancashire hope of a profitable chase – however it was not sufficient.
Requiring 26 from the last over, McLaren hit two successive sixes earlier than he was caught by Rob Keogh off Rory Kleinveldt (Three-16) and the Red Rose completed 11 runs brief on 147-9.
Sussex carry themselves off the backside
With only one win from eight matches, Sussex have been rooted to the foot of the T20 Blast South Group desk going into their recreation towards Surrey.
However, the south coast county stormed to victory with an enormous 6.Three overs to spare in Hove.
Surrey posted 148-Eight with Moises Henriques – enjoying his first Surrey match since breaking his jaw after a collision with team-mate Rory Burns in 2015 – top scoring with 41 however Tymal Mils (Three-20) was the decide of the hosts’ bowling assault.
Chris Nash hit 9 fours and three sixes for his 64 to placed on 120 for the first wicket with Stiaan van Zyl (52) as the hosts made straightforward work of their chase.
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