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Livingston Onslaught sees Lancashire, the pinnacle of the north


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The 2021 T20 Blast kicks off on Wednesday with Liam Livingston sending the ball to all corners of the pitch, a draw in a televised match, a Dutchman with 4 wickets and Jimmy Nisham with a quick 50 fire against Somerset.

Lancashire Lightning vs. Derbyshire Falcons

Lancashire hosted Derbyshire at Old Trafford early in the game, with the guests winning the toss and choosing the bat.

Billy Godlman will be the first player to be eliminated as Livingston knocked him out without scoring before Wayne Madsen scores 12 points before retiring with injury. Former Lancs rookie Luis Rhys and Leus du Plow increased the lead to 88 before Rhys became LBW and lost 59 of 32 to Danny Lamb with Matt Crichley caught by Tom Hartley in Matt Parkinson’s bowling 2 in the next round.

du Plois (34, caught Davis) and Alex Hughes (28, caught Finn Allen) will be fired from successive deliveries of Parkinson’s disease before Finn Hudson-Prentice reaches the final at 12, caught Richard Gleason at Luke Wood’s bowling alley, while how Alex Thomson was knocked out of the final innings by wicket goalkeeper Jos Buttler by 2 – Another former Lightning player Brooke Guest is not out with 7.

Livingston and Allen would score 53 for a starting partnership with 27 goals, before the New Zealander was caught by the Guest at the Hudson Prentice bowling alley for 29 (13 goals off) and Alex Davis later caught a duck after a couple of goals. Thomson from the same pot. Livingston was joined by Butler before the England goalkeeper was caught by Hudson-Prentice at Rhys at 30 with captain Dane Vilas running 15 before he was caught by Alex Hughes at Rhys with Livingston (94 of 58). and Stephen Croft (1 of 1) sees the hosts above the line.

Lancashire hosts Leicestershire tonight and Derbyshire leaves for Leicestershire tomorrow night.

DER 168/7 (20 overs), LAN 171/4 (19.3 overs)

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Worcestershire Rapids vs Nottinghamshire Outlaws

Nottinghamshire will win the toss and be selected to the field.

Brett D’Oliviera was the first player to enter the Rapids as he was knocked out by Matt Carter by 5 points before Moin Ali was knocked out by Carter by 6 points. Ricky Wessels will be the third player to be eliminated after being knocked out by Stephen Mallarkey. before Ben Cox was caught and knocked down by the same bowler, both in 14. Ross Whiteley was fired in the final over-serve, caught Dane Paterson in bowling with Luke Fletcher 42 seconds before Ed Barnard was eliminated from the final … he was caught by Carter at Fletcher for 10 – Jake Libby 52 did not come out.

The Outlaws got off to a great start with Joe Clark and Alex Hales making 76 of the first 5 overs before the latter was caught by Ali in Charlie Morris’s bowling for 31 before Clark followed the next as he was caught by Dwarshuis from Ish Sodi’s bowling at 45 points with 21. Ben Duquette will LBW in Ali’s favor by 6 points, while Tom Moores will be caught by Whiteley at Ali by 12 points.

Samit Patel was the first of the last three eliminations as Morris ran out 12 points before Mullany (7) was caught by Josh Tong in Morris’s bowling alley before Fletcher (0) and Peter Trego (35) ran out of the game. the final ended when the teams drew.

Worcestershire’s next game will take place tomorrow night in Northamptonshire, while Nottinghamshire will host the Birmingham Bears at the same time.

WOR 152/6 (20 overs), NOT 152/8 (20 overs)

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Kent Spitfires vs Hampshire Hawks

Hampshire wins the toss and picks the field.

The hosts scored 86 in their first 7 overs as Joe Denley and captain Daniel Bell-Drummond hit the ball in all directions before both fell in successive overs, first the captain caught by James Vince at Mason Crane’s bowling alley for 42, then Denley stumped … Lewis McManus from Liam Dawson Bowling by 44 points. Alex Blake is tossed by Crane at 2 before Jack Leaning falls later in the same at 1. Jordan Cox is caught by James Fuller outside Wood’s bowling by 23 points. Ollie Robinson would have been thrown out for the next serve – Darren Stevens (1) and Grant Stewart (6) were not out of the batsmen.

Vince and D’Arcy Short will score 51 points from a 6-time visitor power play before the Australian is caught by Robinson in Stevens’ bowling by 29 points and Sam North-East is the second player to be fired by 6 points so how he was caught by Cox in the field. bowling Logan. Vince is caught by Cox by Stevens by 34 points before Liam Dawson (9) is caught and knocked down by Fred Klaassen.

Fuller will be caught by Blake bowling the Dutchman before Joe Weatherly becomes his third serve as he has been LBW for 37 years. Ian Holland secured Cox with his third Klaassen bowling catch 4 ahead of Chris Wood (1) and McManus (7) would have been caught by Blake after bowling Stewart in the final over – Crane (2) and Brad Wheele (5) both stayed in the game with a bat.

Claassen took 4 wickets for 32 in his 4 overs for Kent

Kent’s next game will be against Middlesex at home on Friday, while Hampshire travels to the Essex Eagles at the same time.

KEN 176/6 (20 overs), HAM 138/9 (20 overs)

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Somerset vs Essex Eagles

Essex will win the toss and select the course.

The hosts tied 62 points for the first wicket between Tom Banton and James Hildreth before the latter was caught by Paul Walter at Sam Cook’s bowling alley with 39 of 18 goals against Benton after the next legal ball caught by Aaron Nijar. the same bowler, at 18. Roelof van der Merwe will follow him in the next over as Jamie Porter knocked him out without a goal before Tom Abell was knocked out by Adam Whiter from Simon Harmer’s bowling alley by 4 points.

Eddie Byrom will be the fifth player as he was caught by Jimmy Nisham at Cook at 28 with Lewis Gregory (24, caught Harmer) and Marchand de Lange (18), the rest of the wickets fell, both from Jack Plom’s bowling alley – Ben Green (43 of 30 goals ) and Josh Davey (1) are not retired batsmen.

The guests would have lost Tom Westley in the second take, as he was caught by Max Waller at Brooks bowling by 13 points, before Whiter was caught by Abell at Davey’s bowling alley and then at 2. Michael Pepper will be the next player at 18 since he was caught Banton at Davey before Ryan ten Doshat also found a 26-point wicket at de Lange’s bowling alley.

Van der Merwe will catch Walter for 45 in Davey’s bowling alley, followed by Harmer (16), then Nisham (53 of 25) will be fired by de Lange for consecutive goals, with Nijar (5) and Plom (6) beating Orlov. line.

Jimmy Nisham
New Zealand wagon Nisham scores 50 points against Essex

Somerset’s next game will take place on Friday at home in Surrey, while Essex will host Hampshire at the same time.

SOM 185/7 (20 overs), ESS 187/7 (18.5 overs)

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Today’s games:

18:30 – Glamorgan vs Gloucestershire (South)
18:30 Lancashire Lightning v Leicestershire Fox (North)
18:30 – Yorkshire Vikings vs. Birmingham Bears (North)
19:00 – Middlesex – Surrey (South, Live on Sky)

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