As the final round of the Natwest T20 Blast 2017 kicked-off on Friday, the eight teams for the quarter-finals of this edition has been finalised with Leicestershire and Somerset just managing to make it to the top eight.
Joe Clarke and Ross Whiteley scored blistering knocks while Mitchell Santner came up with a strong all-round performance as Worcestershire finally managed to register their first win this season after beating Nottinghamshire by 30 runs in the Natwest T20 Blast encounter at Trent Bridge.
After a clinical bowling performance restricted Durham to 123, Nottinghamshire chased down the total in just 16 overs with nine wickets in hand in the North Group Natwest T20 Blast in Chester-le-Street.
A blistering unbeaten 30 run knock from Alex Hales proved handy as Nottinghamshire managed to sneak a 12-run victory by DLS method in a rain-affected North Group clash of the Natwest T20 Blast at Trent Bridge.
A blistering 85 run unbeaten knock and a two wicket haul from Wayne Madsen went in vain as Nottinghamshire registered a six run victory while defending 228 runs against Derbyshire in the North Group clash of the Natwest T20 Blast at Trent Bridge.
Alex Hales scored a record breaking unbeaten 187 run knock as Nottinghamshire managed to chase down 298 runs in the 48th over with four wickets in hand against Surrey to win the Royal London One-Day Cup at Lord's.
Blistering centuries from Samit Patel and Steven Mullaney proved decisive as Nottinghamshire chased down 371 runs against Essex in 49.3 overs with five wickets in hand in Chelmsford to reach the final of the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Steven Mullaney picked seven wickets in the game as Nottinghamshire bowled out Gloucestershire for 149 and 231 in their both the innings and completed an innings victory in their County Championship Division Two face-off at Trent Bridge.