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Captain Carlson Helps Glamorgan To First Trophy In 17 Years

Kiran Carlson

Kiran Carlson scored 82 as Glamorgan would win their first trophy since 2004 in the Royal London Cup final at Trent Bridge on Thursday while we also looked at the eliminator games that took place at The Oval in the Hundred to see who would advance to the finals at Lord’s later today.

Durham vs Glamorgan (Royal London Cup)

Durham won the toss and elected to field first.

Hamish Rutherford would be caught by Alex Lees off the bowling of Chris Rushworth for 15 before Steven Reingold would be caught behind by Cameron Bancroft off the bowling of Ben Raine for 14. Nick Selman and Kiran Carlson would put on 105 runs for the third-wicket partnership before the former would be caught by Lees off the bowling of Matty Potts for 36 before Billy Root would be LBW to the same bowler for a golden duck.

Carlson (pictured below) would be caught by Bancroft off the bowling of Potts for 82 off 59 balls before Joe Cooke would be caught by Potts off the bowling of Scott Borthwick for 29. Tom Cullen would be caught & bowled by Luke Doneathy for 24 before Andrew Salter would be caught by Bancroft off the bowling of Raine for 33 off 22 balls. James Weighell would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Graham Clark off the same bowler, for 15 – Lukas Carey (19) and Michael Hogan (12) the not out batsmen.

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Lees would be bowled by Salter for 15 before Clark would be caught by Weighell off the same bowler for 40. Borthwick would be caught by Reingold off the bowling of Weighell for 10 before David Bedingham would be caught by Weighell off the bowling of Salter without scoring.

Bancroft would be caught by sub fielder Andy Gorvin off the bowling of Reingold for 55 before Raine would be caught by Hogan off the bowling of Cooke for 10. Doneathy would be caught by Carlson off the bowling of Carey for the same score before Potts would be caught behind by Cullen off the same bowler without scoring. Liam Trevaskis would be caught by Selman off the bowling of Cooke for 9 before Rushworth would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Cullen off the bowling of Hogan, for a golden duck – Sean Dickson finishing 84 not out.

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GLA 296/9 (50 overs), DUR 238 (45.1 overs)

Birmingham Phoenix vs Oval Invincibles (Women)

Birmingham Phoenix would win the toss and elected to field first.

Georgia Adams would be caught behind by Amy Jones off the bowling of Issy Wong for 4 before Dane van Niekerk would be caught by Marie Kelly off the bowling of Emily Arlott for 2. Fran Wilson would be caught & bowled by Kirstie Gordon for 21 before Marizanne Kapp would be caught by Arlott off the bowling of Erin Burns for a run-a-ball 37.

Alice Capsey would be run out by Katie Mack for 26 before Mady Villiers would be caught by Mack off the bowling of Gordon for 4. Joanne Gardner would be the final wicket to fall, run out by Gwenan Davies, for 2 – Grace Gibbs finishing 12 not out.

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Mack would be caught behind by Sarah Bryce off the bowling of Kapp without scoring before Eve Jones would be dismissed by the same combination for a golden duck. Burns would be caught by Tash Farrant off the bowling of Kapp for 23 before A. Jones would be caught by van Niekerk off the bowling of Farrant for 35 off 25 balls.

Kelly would be caught & bowled by van Niekerk for 4 before Wong would be bowled by Shabnim Ismail for 1. Davies would be caught by Bryce off the bowling of Farrant for 12 before Georgia Elwiss would be caught & bowled by Capsey for 2. Arlott would be caught by Ismail off the bowling of Farrant for the same score before Gordon was the final wicket to fall, caught by Kapp off the same bowler, for 5 with Abtaha Maqsood 1 not out – Farrant (below finishing with 4/10 off 19 balls).

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OI 114/7 (100 balls), BP 94 (94 balls)

Southern Brave vs Trent Rockets (Men)

Southern Brave won and elected to field first.

Dawid Malan would be caught behind by Quinton de Kock off the bowling of George Garton for 14 before Alex Hales would be dismissed by the same combination for 3. Steven Mullaney would be bowled by Craig Overton for 5 before D’Arcy Short would be caught by Tymal Mills off the bowling of Garton for 6 – the Rockets sitting at 31/4 at the end of the 25-ball powerplay.

Lewis Gregory would be caught by Paul Stirling off the bowling of Mills for 11 before Samit Patel would be caught by Jake Lintott off the bowling of Overton for 20. Tom Moores would be caught by Overton off the bowling of Chris Jordan for 19 before Rashid Khan would be caught by Tim David off the bowling of Mills for 2. Matthew Carter would be caught by de Kock off the bowling of Jordan before Marchant de Lange would be the final wicket to fall, giving de Kock his fourth catch off the innings off Mills’ bowling for 7.

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de Kock would be caught by Sam Cook off the bowling of de Lange for 6 before Alex Davies would be caught behind by Moores off the same bowler for 3. Stirling would be the final wicket to fall, caught by de Lange off the bowling of Carter for 31 off 19 balls with James Vince (pictured below, 45 off 27 balls) and Ross Whiteley (7) the not out batsmen as Brave won with 32 balls to spare.

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TR 96 (91 balls), SB 97/3 (68 balls)

Today’s Fixtures

15:00 – Southern Brave vs Oval Invincibles (W 100 Final)
18:30 – Birmingham Phoenix vs Southern Brave (M 100 Final)

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