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Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship Round 14 - September 14th – 17th

Alastair Cook
Alastair Cook
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Results and round up from Round 14 of the Cricket World Dice Cricket County Championship September 14th – 17th

 

Division 1

Essex v Kent

Result – Kent won by 161 runs

Day 1 Close         Kent 335/7 (Khun 84, Quinn 3/73)                                                        

Day 2 Close         Essex 106ao (A Cook 34, Milnes 5/53) & Kent 159/4 (Bell-Drummond 44*, Porter 2/60)                                                   

Day 3 Close         Kent 258ao (Bell-Drummond 67, Allison 4/41) & Essex 235/7 (S Cook 78*, Podmore 4/68)                                              

Day 4 Close         Essex 318ao (S Cook 98, Podmore 4/109)

 

Lancashire v Gloucestershire

Result    Gloucestershire win by 120 runs             

Day 1 Close         Glo 260ao (Hammond 98, Jones 4/29) & Lan 38/0 (Jennings 25*)                             

Day 2 Close         Lan 282ao (Livingstone 67, van Buuren 4/60) & Glo 91/2 (Hammond 40, Anderson 2/49)                                             

Day 3 Close         Glo 301ao (Bracey 67, Onions 3/39) & Lan 103/4 (Guest 70, Shaw 2/14)                 

Day 4 Close         Lan 155ao (Guest 70, van Buuren 4/32)  

 

Northamptonshire v Warwickshire

Result - Warwickshire won by 84 runs

Day 1 Close         War 254ao (Sibley 71, Berg 3/36) & Nor 39/1 (Wakely 27*, Woakes 1/15)              

Day 2 Close         Nor 212ao (Wakely 53, Bresnan 4/51) & War 92/2 (Bell 32*, Sanderson 2/38)    

Day 3 Close         War 375/8 dec (Bell 87, Glover 3/82) & Nor 66/2 (Vasconcelos 46*, Woakes 2/27)

Day 4 Close         Nor 333ao (Vasconcelos 76, Woakes 5/118)                                                     

Somerset v Surrey

Result – Somerset won by 96 runs

Day 1 Close         Soms 342/8 (Abell 141, Davies 107, T Curran 4/91)                                                        

Day 2 Close         Sur 189ao (Clarke 36, Gregory 5/26) & Soms 94/4 (Hildreth 38, S Curran 2/40)    

Day 3 Close         Soms 233ao (Gregory 49, S Curran 4/52) & Surr 211/5 (Amla 110, Brookes 2/46)    

Day 4 Close         Surr 280ao (Amla 110, Brookes 5/90)      

 

Yorkshire v Hampshire

Result - Yorkshire won by 146 runs         

Day 1 Close         Yor 238ao (Waite 89, Taylor 3/53) & Ham 101/4 (Weatherley 23*, Willey 3/24)    

Day 2 Close         Ham 215ao (Weatherley 58, Pillans 5/68) & Yor 215/8 (Lyth 53, Stevenson 3/65)    

Day 3 Close         Yor 306ao (Waite 89, Taylor 4/83) & Ham 183ao (Organ 49, Pillans 4/27)                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                            

                                                                                     

Division 2

Derbyshire v Middlesex

Derbyshire  313 (Reece 89, Godleman 76, Harris 6/57) & 189/4 (Madsen 100*)

Middlesex 339/8dec (Holden 82, White 81*, Hudson-Prentice 3/44) & 162 (Eskinazi 69, Hudson-Prentice 4/20, Cohen 4/59)

Result – Derbyshire won by 6 wickets

Hudson-Prentice, Cohen and Madsen all starred on day 3 to turn this game right around for Derbyshire who claimed the victory in the extra half hour of play. Hudson-Prentice's spell of 4/20 backed up Cohen's 4/59 to rip out the Middlesex middle order and tail to leave a victory target of 189. Wayne Madsen took it upon himself to guide the team home with a superb undefeated century and give Derbyshire a much needed victory.

 

Durham v Worcestershire

Durham  171 (Tongue 9/80) & 192 (Salisbury 54, Tongue 5/87)

Worcestershire  299 (Tongue 80, Cox 52, Coughlin 5/63) & 66/3

Result – Worcestershire won by 7 wickets

Worcestershire completed the victory in relatively easy style just after lunch on day 3. They took the final two wickets to leave themselves needing just 65 and although they lost three wickets of their own they will be delighted with the manner of their win.              

 

Glamorgan v Leicestershire

Leicestershire 283 (Evans 71, Azad 63, Van der Gugten 3/53) & 338/8dec (Azad 96, Ackermann 77)

Glamorgan  272 (de Lange 80*, Griffiths 3/56) & 269 (Selman 83, Taylor 4/75)

Result – Leicestershire won by 80 runs   

Leicestershire took the ten wickets they needed on the final day to take the victory which extends their lead at the top of the table. They left it very late in the day but eventually got the job done despite the resistence of the Glamorgan tail. Selman top scored with 83 with Taylor taking 4/75.                                       

                                            

Sussex v Nottinghamshire

Sussex  68 (Ball 5/32, Trego 5/36) & 345 (Finch 65, Garton 62*, Mullaney 3/57)

Nottinghamshire  322/9dec (Mullaney 51, Crocombe 3/66) & 93/3 (Slater 52*)

Result – Nottinghamshire won by 7 wickets                       

Nottinghamshire completed the victory here on day 3 by seven wickets. They claimed the final 5 wickets but not before Sussex had gained a lead of 90 runs, not a huge lead but given where they were it was a symbol of their determination second time around. Nottinghamshire did lose three wickets all to Crocombe but Ben Slater guided the visitors home with 52*.

                                            

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