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Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship Round 11 – Results and Match Updates

Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship Round 11 – Results and Match Updates
Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship Round 11 – Results and Match Updates
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Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship - Results and match summaries and scorecards from Round 11.

 

Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship – Division 1

 

Hampshire v Gloucestershire

Match Summary

Hants 306ao (Alsop 102*, Howell 3/37) and 301ao (Weatherly 105, Shaw 3/68)

Gloucs 231ao (Hankins 33, Taylor 3/51) and 290ao (Hammond 162, Taylor 5/73                                                           

On the final day, Taylor (5/73) tore the heart out of the Gloucester innings destroying hopes of a thrilling chase on day 4.

Despite the best efforts of Hammond who scored 162 in a fine innings, Gloucester were never really in the race fishing as they did 86 runs short of a strong all-round Hampshire performance.

 

 

Kent v Northamptonshire

Match Summary

Northants 267ao (Wakely 89, Groenewald 5/77) & 336ao (Berg 108, Milnes 5/101)                       

Kent 265ao (Crawley 111, Sanderson 5/68) & 303ao (Billings 93, Berg 3/47)

Result – Northamptonshire won by 35 runs

Points – Northamptonshire 21pts, Kent 5pts                                                  

 

Sam Billings continued where he left off last night, accessing all parts of the ground on his way to a fine 93.

It was the introduction of Berg for Northants that was the undoing of Billings as well as two other Kent scalps, recording figures of 3/47.

With Blake and Stevens going strong it looked as if Kent were going to get across the line, but Sole (2/47) did for them both and the Kent tail were never up to the pressure of scoring the final 60/70 runs required to win the game.   

 

Lancashire v Surrey

Match Summary

Lancs 239ao (Bohannon 49, S Curran 3/44) & 389/7 dec (Guest 120, Buttler 97, T Curran 3/81)    

Surrey 155ao (Jacks 27, Onions 5/49) & 353ao (Foakes 63, Kimber 55*, Mahmood 4/115)

Result – Lancashire won by 120 runs     

Points – Lancashire 20pts , Surrey 3pts                               

 

There were some positives for Surrey to take from the final day as Ben Foakes and Nick Kimber both hitting half centuries in a total of 353. That said, Surrey have been shown to be some way off the pace as their troubles continue this season.

A defeat by a margin of 120 runs is large by any standards. Batting in the first inings again let Surrey down. There is still time for Surrey to make up some ground, but it seems like dmage limitation at this stage.

 

 

Essex v Somerset

Match Summary

Essex 251ao (Harmer 61, Bess 3/36) & 171ao (Quinn 37, Brookes 5/81, C Overton 5/90)              

Somerset 333/4dec (Davies 132, Allison 2/52) & 95/4 (Banton 27*, Quinn 3/57)              

Result – Somerset won by 6 wickets

Points – Somerset 22pts, Essex 3pts                                     

 

On the final day, Brookes (5/81) & C Overton (5/81) showed plenty class and little mercy as they blew Essex away just before tea. 171 was all Essex could muster against the relentless Somerset pace attack.

Either side of tea, Somerset continued to pile on the pressure and despite losing four wickets, scored the required 90 runs at a cracking pace, with Banton scoring 27* and Quinn doing his best for Essex in taking 3/57.   

 

Yorkshire v Warwickshire

 

Match Summary

Yorkshire 352/9 dec (Patterson 98*, Hannon Dalby 3/63) & 287/4dec (Lyth 133*, Woakes 2/79

Warwickshire 239ao (Hain 76, Pillans 3/45) & 251ao (Ambrose 91, Coad 4/47)

Result – Yorkshire won by 149 runs

Points – Yorkshire 22pts, Warwickshire 4 pts                                   

                             

Some resistance from the lower order allowed Ambrose to reach 91 before he was sent packing by Waite.

In reality, the result was inevitable, and the deficit of 149 runs at the end was slightly flattering of the Warwickshire performance.                      

                             

 

Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship – Division 2

Results and match summaries and scorecards from Round 11 of the Cricket World dice Cricket County Championship.

 

Durham v Derbyshire

 

Match Summary

Durham CCC 267 (Carse 56, Critchley 4/50, Conners 4/76) & 307 (Burnham 109, Eckersley 67, Hudson-Prentice 4/74)

Derbyshire CCC 343 (Hughes 111, Cohen 58, Salisbury 4/95) & 237/5 (Du Plooy 66*, Hughes 64)

Result – Derbyshire won by 5 wickets

Points – Derbyshire 22pts, Durham 5pts

On the final day, Du Plooy and Hughes both made half centuries in guiding Derbyshire to the runs required.

The Durham bowlers needed some early break throughs, but they didn't come and the visitors managed meaningful partnerships to get over the line.

They will be pleased with this result in a game they've just edged throughout.     

 

Glamorgan v Nottinghamshire

 

Match Summary

Nottinghamshire CCC 235 (Trego 91*, Hogan 4/68) & 287 (Trego 61, Carter 55, de Lange 4/70)

Glamorgan CCC 319/7dec (Lloyd 165*, Patel 4/51) & 209/5 (Selman 105*)

Result   - Glamorgan won by 5 wickets  

Points – Glamorgan 22pts, Notts 3pts

 

Glamorgan reached their victory target and won the match by five wickets. Nick Selman batted through the innings making a fine century.

The Notts bowlers did take five wickets but it was never going to be enough to win.

 

Sussex v Worcestershire              

 

Sussex CCC 330/8dec (Finch 94, Rawlings 80, Bopara 79*, Pennington 3/66) & 262 (Crocombe 67*, Finch 56, Leach 6/76)

Worcestershire CCC 342 (D'Oliveira 98, Meaker 3/50) & 253/4 (Cox 76*, Haynes 64*)

Result – Worcestershire won by 6 wickets

Points – Worcestershire 21pts, Sussex 6pts

 

Worcestershire chased the required runs with minimum effort and thus won a very exciting fixture. The game was tight the whole way through but in the end Worcestershire won it by six wickets.

Cox and Haynes put together a century partnership at a crucial time and both finished with unbeaten half-centuries.

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