Lizelle Lee would score 68 for Manchester Originals in their game at Northern Superchargers on Thursday while the Mens Superchargers would become the first side to hit 200 runs in an innings.
Northern Superchargers vs Manchester Originals (Women)
Manchester Originals would win the toss and elect to field first.
Lauren Winfield-Hill would be caught behind by Ellie Threlkeld off the bowling of Kate Cross for 2 before Jemimah Rodrigues would be stumped by Threlkeld off the bowling of Hannah Jones for 7. Alice Davidson-Richards would be caught by Lizelle Lee off the bowling of Cross for 1 before Bess Heath would be caught by Natalie Brown off the same bowler without scoring – the hosts sitting at 16/4 at this point.
Sterre Kalis would be the final wicket to fall, run out by Brown, for 19 – Laura Wolvaardt (75 off 51 balls) and Linsey Smith (17) not out at the end of the innings.
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Emma Lamb would be caught by Wolvaardt off the bowling of Smith for 10 while Lee would be the other wicket to fall, caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Kalea Moore, for 68 off 40 balls – Mignon du Preez and Cordelia Griffith finishing 27 and 13 not out respectively.
NS 126/5 (100 balls), MO 127/2 (86 balls)
Northern Superchargers vs Manchester Originals (Men)
Manchester Originals won the toss and elected to field first.
Chris Lynn would be caught by Calvin Harrison off the bowling of Steven Finn for 15 before Tom Kohler-Cadmore would be caught by Carlos Brathwaite off the bowling of Lockie Ferguson for 16. David Willey would be caught behind by Phil Salt off the bowling of Finn for 14 before Jordan Thompson would be caught by Tom Hartley off the bowling of Colin Ackermann for 27 off 14 balls.
Dane Vilas would be the last wicket to fall, bowled by Ferguson, for 36 with John Simpson (71 off 28 balls) and Brydon Carse (4) the not out batsmen.
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Salt would be bowled by Matty Potts for 18 before Joe Clarke would be caught by Potts off the bowling of Willey for 11. Colin Munro would be caught behind by Simpson off the bowling for 7 before Ackermann would be caught by Kohler-Cadmore off the bowling of Ben Raine for the same score.
Tom Lammonby would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Adil Rashid for 12 before Brathwaite would be caught by Simpson off the same bowler for 21. Hartley would be run out by Rashid for 4 before Calvin Harrison would be caught by Rashid off Willey’s bowling for 13. Ferguson would be caught by Mujeeb Ur Rahman off the bowling of Raine for 13 before Parkinson would be the final wicket to fall, caught Kohler-Cadmore off the same bowler, for 2 – Finn was 11 not out.
NS 200/5 (100 balls), MO 131 (99 balls)
Trent Rockets vs Birmingham Phoenix (Women)
Birmingham Phoenix would win the toss and elect to field first.
Rachel Priest would be bowled by Georgia Elwiss for 20 before Sammy-Jo Johnson would be LBW to Erin Burns for 16. Katherine Brunt would be bowled by Kirstie Gordon for 1 before Nat Sciver would be run out by Katie Mack for 17.
Abigail Freeborn would be bowled by Gordon for 30 before Heather Graham would be caught by Issy Wong off the same bowler for 26. Sarah Glenn would be run out off the final ball of the innings by Mack for 2 with Kathryn Bryce 6 not out.
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Shafali Verma would be caught by Graham off the bowling of Brunt for 16 before Eve Jones would be LBW to Davis for 13. Amy Jones would be caught by Glenn off the bowling of Johnson for 9 before Mack would be caught & bowled by the same bowler for 7.
Gwen Davies would be caught behind by Priest off the bowling of Glenn without scoring before Wong would be caught by Freeborn off the bowling of Bryce for 9. Burns would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Emily Windsor off the bowling of Johnson for 38 off 26 balls with Emily Arlott (22 off 14 balls) and Elwiss (2) not out.
TR 125/7 (100 balls), BP 129/7 (94 balls)
Trent Rockets vs Birmingham Phoenix (Men)
Trent Rockets won the toss and elected to field first.
Will Smeed would be caught by Steven Mullaney off the bowling of Matt Carter for 18 before Finn Allen would be bowled by Marchant de Lange for 29. Liam Livingstone would be caught by Mullaney off the bowling of Samit Patel for 50 off 31 balls before Chris Benjamin would be caught behind by Tom Moores off the bowling of Sam Cook for 7.
Benny Howell would be caught by D’Arcy Short for 12 before Chris Cooke would be the final wicket to fall, run out by de Lange, for 4 off the final ball with Miles Hammond would be 38 not out.
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Alex Hales would be bowled by Dillon Pennington for 13 before Dawid Malan would be caught behind by Cooke off the same bowler without scoring. Short would be caught by Allen off the bowling of Pat Brown for 5 before Samit Patel would be bowled by Imran Tahir for 16.
Lewis Gregory would be caught by Pennington off the same bowler for 25 before Tom Moores would be caught by Hammond off the bowling of Howell for 13. Rashid Khan was caught by Howell off the bowling of Brown for 2 before Mullaney would be caught by Tom Helm off the bowling of Brown for 49 off 33 balls. Carter would be the final wicket to fall, bowled by Helm, for 14 – de Lange and Cook finishing on 7 and 1 not out respectively.
BP 166/6 (100 balls), TR 150/9 (100 balls)
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