Royal London One-day Cup Results and Reactions - April 26th 2019
Round up of the Royal London One-day cup.
Yorkshire v Derbyshire ended up with a tied match (D/L Method) after it was rain affected.
Wins for Durham, Nottinghamshire, Worcestershire, Hampshire and Somerset.
James Vince clubbed an astonishing 190 to break his own record for the highest 50-over score by a Hampshire batsman as the Royal London One-Day Cup champions made in four wins in a row to start their title defence.
Vince defied a Gloucestershire attack, that had reduced the hosts to 65 for four, with an array of strokeplay that has marked him as one of the most eye-catching batsmen in the country.
The 28-year-old crashed 15 four and five sixes as he bettered his previous Hampshire record of 178, scored against Glamorgan at the Ageas Bowl two seasons ago.
After the top-order faltered Vince got able support from Liam Dawson (73) in a 186-run stand for the fifth wicket that did the heavy lifting in a total of 331 for eight.
Leg-spinner Mason Crane then claimed three wickets as Gloucestershire were bowled out for 246 to ensure Hampshire moved top of the South Group at the halfway stage.
Notts Outlaws sit top of the North Group after they passed 400 at Trent Bridge for the second successive home game in an 87-run rain-affected win over Leicestershire.
Remarkably all of the Outlaws' top-six batsmen registered half-centuries as they piled up 433 for seven – the county’s second highest 50-over score and eclipsing the 417 for seven they managed against Lancashire less than a week ago.
Leicestershire managed 259 in reply and Notts will now aim to maintain their status as the competition's entertainers when they host Yorkshire in front of a sell-out crown on Sunday.
The Vikings will arrive at Trent Bridge having played out a second tie in three games after Billy Godleman’s third century of the tournament earned Derbyshire a share of the points.
Yorkshire had looked on course to pass 400 themselves – their top for also all raised their bats for fifty - before rain delayed the game for three-and-a-half hours with the score 308 for two after 40 overs.
When play resumed Godleman then frustrated the hosts further as he reached 107 from 62 balls before Derbyshire scrambled a bye from the final delivery to tie the revised total.
Worcestershire opener Hamish Rutherford’s second century of the competition helped the Rapids to a 20-run win over Northamptonshire at Wantage Road.
The New Zealander struck 126 from 134 balls in a total of 254 for nine that Northants had looked capable of chasing down until they came unstuck in the middle overs as Brett D'Oliveira and Daryl Mitchell put on the clamps with pace off the ball.
England all-rounder Chris Woakes hit a half-century as he stepped up his return from a knee injury, but Warwickshire’s hopes of reaching the knockout stages were almost certainly ended as they lost to Durham by seven wickets on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method.
Alex Lees’ unbeaten 78 guided Durham to their third win in four games and their first on the road.
Azhar Ali and Peter Trego both his centuries as Somerset defeated Essex by 36 runs on the DLS method at the Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton.
Azhar (110) and Trego (141) combined in a stand of 217, a Somerset record for the second wicket, in the hosts' score of 352 for five to pave the way for a fourth successive win.
Match Results and Reactions
Yorkshire v Derbyshire at Emerald Headingley, Leeds.
Yorkshire 308 - 2
Derbyshire 224 - 3
Result - Match Tied (DLS Method) (D/L)
REPORT: Billy Godleman hit a third successive Royal London one-day Cup century as Derbyshire, chasing a revised target of 225 in 22 overs, and Yorkshire tied a thriller at Emerald Headingley.#OneRose— Yorkshire CCC (@YorkshireCCC) 26 April 2019
Yorkshire - Adam Lyth, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, David Willey, Harry Brook, Gary Ballance, Jack Leaning, Jonathan Tattersall(wk), Tim Bresnan, Steven Patterson(c), Josh Poysden, Duanne Olivier
Derbyshire - Luis Reece, Billy Godleman(c), Wayne Madsen, Leus du Plooy, Matthew Critchley, Tom Lace, Alex Hughes, Harvey Hosein(wk), Anuj Dal, Sam Conners, Ravi Rampaul
Warwickshire v Durham at Edgbaston, Birmingham.
Warwickshire 244 - 8
Durham 211 - 3
Result - Durham win by 7 wickets (DLS method) (D/L)
Warwickshire - Ed Pollock, Dominic Sibley, Sam Hain, Will Rhodes, Liam Banks, Chris Woakes, Alex Thomson, George Panayi, Jeetan Patel(c), Oliver Hannon-Dalby
Durham - Graham Clark, Scott Steel, Alex Lees, Cameron Bancroft(c)(wk), Gareth Harte, Jack Burnham, Brydon Carse, Liam Trevaskis, Ben Raine, Matthew Potts, Matthew Salisbury
Nottinghamshire v Leicestershire at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
Nottinghamshire 433 - 7
Leicestershire 259 all out
Result - Nottinghamshire win by 87 runs (DLS Method) (D/L)
REACTION | "We've won nothing yet."— Nottinghamshire CCC (@TrentBridge) 26 April 2019
Captain Steven Mullaney knows the job of Royal London One-Day Cup qualification is only half done despite four wins from four.
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Nottinghamshire - Joe Clarke, Chris Nash, Ben Duckett, Jake Libby, Steven Mullaney(c), Tom Moores(wk), Samit Patel, Luke Fletcher, James Pattinson, Matthew Carter, Jake Ball
Leicestershire - Harry Dearden, Paul Horton(c), Mark Cosgrove, Colin Ackermann, Lewis Hill(wk), Tom Taylor, Arron Lilley, Callum Parkinson, Gavin Griffiths, Dieter Klein, Chris Wright
Northamptonshire v Worcestershire at The County Ground, Northampton.
Northamptonshire 234 all out
Worcestershire 254 - 9
Result - Worcestershire win by 20 runs
Northamptonshire - Richard Levi, Ben Curran, Josh Cobb, Alex Wakely(c), Adam Rossington(wk), Rob Keogh, Luke Procter, Ian Holland, Nathan Buck, Ben Sanderson, Blessing Muzarabani
Worcestershire - Hamish Rutherford, Riki Wessels, Tom Fell, Daryl Mitchell, Brett D'Oliveira(c), Ross Whiteley, Ben Cox(wk), Ed Barnard, Wayne Parnell, Josh Tongue, Charlie Morris
Hampshire v Gloucestershire at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton.
Hampshire 331 - 8
Gloucestershire 246 all out
Result - Hampshire win by 71 runs (DLS Method) (D/L)
??? "We put pressure on them and taking early wickets like we've done each game so far has been crucial."— Hampshire Cricket (@hantscricket) 26 April 2019
?? @vincey14 talks us through his match-winning knock and another brilliant team performance against @Gloscricket ??
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Hampshire - Tom Alsop(wk), Aiden Markram, James Vince(c), Rilee Rossouw, Sam Northeast, Liam Dawson, Gareth Berg, James Fuller, Kyle Abbott, Brad Wheal, Mason Crane
Gloucestershire - Chris Dent(c), George Hankins, Gareth Roderick(wk), James Bracey, Benny Howell, Jack Taylor, Graeme van Buuren, Ryan Higgins, Tom Smith, David Payne, Chris Liddle
Somerset v Essex at The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton.
Somerset 353 - 5
Essex 154 - 6
Result - Somerset win by 36 runs (DLS Method) (D/L)
Somerset - Azhar Ali, Tom Banton(wk), Peter Trego, James Hildreth, Tom Abell(c), George Bartlett, Lewis Gregory, Roelof van der Merwe, Craig Overton, Josh Davey, Tim Groenewald
Essex - Paul Walter, Alastair Cook, Tom Westley, Dan Lawrence, Ravi Bopara, Ryan ten Doeschate(c), Robbie White(wk), Simon Harmer, Peter Siddle, Matthew Quinn, Sam Cook
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