Kohler-Cadmore, Jennings score centuries to help Worcestershire, Durham win

Keaton Jennings was among the runs once again
Keaton Jennings was among the runs once again

Tom Kohler-Cadmore scored a fine century as Worcestershire handed a 51-run defeat to Yorkshire while a ton from Keaton Jennings followed by a three-wicket haul from Paul Coughlin ensured Durham registered a 19-run victory against Northamptonshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup face-off in North Group.

Worcestershire 342 (Kohler-Cadmore 118) beat
Yorkshire 291 (Handscomb 88) by 51 runs
Royal London Group, North Group, Worcester

Yorkshire won the toss and decided to field first. Daryl Mitchell (69) and Kohler-Cadmore (118) laid a solid platform with their 135-run opening stand. However, Matthew Waite (4-65) and Steven Patterson (3-67) shared seven wickets between them to help Yorkshire stage a comeback but cameos from Joe Leach (41) and John Hastings (33) provided the late flourish for the home side as they ended the innings at 342 before they were dismissed in 48.5 overs.

In response, Adam Lyth (59) and Peter Handscomb (88) waged lone battles but regular fall of wickets dented their chances and could manage only 291 runs. Mitchell (3-60) was the pick of the bowlers with a three wicket haul.

Durham 291-7 (Jennings 101) beat
Northamptonshire 272-8 (Rossington 69) by 19 runs
Royal London Cup, Chester-le-Street, North Group

Northamptonshire won the toss and decided to field first. After early fall of Stephen Cook (15), Jennings (101) and Mark Richardson (68) piled on the runs and along with contribution from Paul Collingwood (53 not out), Durham went on to post 291 for seven in the 50 overs.

In their reply, Richard Levi (66) and Alex Rossington (69) scored half centuries but they could manage only 272 for eight in their 50 overs. Northamptonshire are positioned eighth in the table while Durham are positioned fourth.

Nottinghamshire 218-4 (Patel 79) beat
Leicestershire 217 (Cosgrove 80) by six wickets
Royal London Group, North Group, Market Warsop

Nottinghamshire won the toss and decided to field first - a decision which was justified by Harry Gurney (3-29) and James Pattinson (4-42) as they shared seven wickets between them to dismiss Leicestershire for 217 despite Mark Cosgrove's (80).

Despite losing the openers early, Nottinghamshire completed the chase in 38.2 overs with six wickets in hand riding on half-centuries from Samit Patel (79), Brendan Taylor (51 not out) and Steven Mullaney (50).

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