Rachel Priest was the star of the show as London Spirit played Trent Rockets as we look at Thursday, Friday and Saturday in this year’s Hundred.
London Spirit vs Trent Rockets (Women)
Trent Rockets would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Rachel Priest and Sammy-Jo Johnson would put on 101 for the opening partnership before the former would be caught by Tammy Beaumont off the bowling of Danielle Gibson for 76 off 42 balls with Johnson being caught by Gibson off the bowling of Deepti Sharma for 25. Nat Sciver would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Freya Davies for 32 off 16 balls before Katherine Brunt would be run out by Gibson for 8 off the final ball of the innings – Heather Graham was 1 not out.
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Beaumont would be caught by Sarah Glenn off the bowling of Bryce for 13 before Naomi Dattani would be caught by Johnson off the bowling of Brunt for 9. Deandra Dottin would be run out by Priest for 29 off 19 before Sharma would be caught by Bryce off the bowling of Higham for 1.
Chloe Tryon would be caught by Windsor off the bowling of Graham for 6 before Heather Knight would be caught by Glenn off the bowling of Higham for 31. Charlotte Dean would be the final wicket to fall as she was bowled by Johnson for 16 with Gibson and Amara Carr finishing on 18 and 4 not out respectively.
TR 151/4 (100 balls), LS 133/7 (100 balls)
London Spirit vs Trent Rockets (Men)
London Spirit won the toss and elected to field first.
Alex Hales would be stumped by Adam Rossington off the bowling of Mohammad Nabi for 21 before Dawid Malan would be caught & bowled by the same bowler for 9. Samit Patel would be caught by Chris Wood off the bowling of Mason Crane for 3 before Lewis Gregory would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Eoin Morgan off the bowling of Roelof van der Merwe for 4 – opener D’Arcy Short (69 off 47 balls) and Tom Moores (13) the not out batsmen
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Rossington would be caught by Luke Wood off thebowling of Matt Carter for 4 before Nabi would be caught by Rashid Khan off the same bowler for 10. Josh Inglis would be caught behind by Moores off the bowling of Patel for 13 before Joe Denly would be LBW to Carter for 3.
Ravi Bopara would be caught by Moores off the bowling of Khan for 7 before Morgan would be caught by Wood off the bowling of Patel for 18. Wood would be caught by Carter off the same bowler for a golden duck before Amir would be the final wicket to fall, stumped by Moores off Khan’s bowling, for 16 – van der Merwe and Blake Cullen finishing 25 and 15 not out respectively.
TR 123/4 (100 balls), LS 116/8 (100 balls)
Southern Brave vs Birmingham Phoenix (Women)
Southern Brave would win the toss and elect to field first.
Shafali Verma would be LBW to Wellington for 22 before Eve Jones would be bowled by the same bowler for 33. Katie Mack would be run out by Sophia Dunkley for 31 before Erin Burns would be LBW to Anya Shrubsole the following ball for a golden duck with Amy Jones and Georgia Elwiss finishing 42 (off 26 balls) and 3 not out.
Smriti Mandhana would be caught by Davies off the bowling of Burns for 5 before Dunkley would be the other wicket to fall, run out by Maqsood, for 41 off 23 balls with Danni Wyatt (69 off 40 balls) and Stafanie Taylor (22 off 14 balls) seeing the Brave home with plenty of balls to spare.
BP 140/4 (100 balls), SB 141/2 (82 balls)
Southern Brave vs Birmingham Phoenix (Men)
Southern Brave won the toss and elected to field first.
Daniel Bell-Drummond would be caught by Ross Whiteley off the bowling of Tymal Mills for 9 before Finn Allen would be stumped by Quinton de Kock off the bowling of Jake Lintott for 14. Moeen Ali would be the final wicket to fall, bowled by the same bowler, without scoring before an unbeaten 104-run fourth-wicket partnership between Liam Livingstone (68 off 44 balls) and Miles Hammond (44 off 29 balls) would see the Phoenix over 150 off their 100 balls.
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de Kock would be caught & bowled by Milne for 3 before James Vince would be caught by Imran Tahir off the bowling of Ali for 60 off 38 balls. Alex Davies would be caught by Hammond off the bowling of Tahir for 15 before Devon Conway would be bowled by Adam Milne for 34.
Ross Whiteley would be caught by Benny Howell off the same bowler for 4 before Colin de Grandhomme was the final wicket to fall, caught by Tahir off Tom Helm’s bowling, for 1 with Chris Jordan (17) and Liam Dawson (1) seeing the Brave home with 3 balls to spare.
BP 151/3 (100 balls), SB 152/6 (97 balls)
Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals (Women)
Saturday’s action started with Welsh Fire winning the toss and electing to field first.
Lizelle Lee was run out by Sarah Taylor for 8 before Emma Lamb would be caught by Baker off the bowling of Bryony Smith for 4. Georgie Boyce would be caught by Georgia Redmayne off the bowling of Georgia Hennessy for 13 before Harmanpreet Kaur would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Alex Griffiths for 26.
Mignon du Preez would be caught by Smith off the bowling of Hennessy for 24 before Kate Cross would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Nicole Harvey off the bowling of Hayley Matthews for 1 – Sophie Ecclestone (31 off 15 balls) and Cordelia Griffith (2) the not out batsmen.
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Smith would be the only wicket to fall in the Fire’s reply, caught by Griffith off the bowling of Laura Jackson, for 3 with Matthews and Redmayne getting an unbeaten 101-run partnership, finishing with 71 off 50 balls and 38 respectively.
MO 120/6 (100 balls), WF 124/1 (88 balls)
Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals (Men)
Welsh Fire won the toss and elected to bat first.
Josh Cobb would be caught & bowled by Tom Hartley for 2 before Tom Banton would be caught by Calvin Harrison off the same bowler for 15. Glenn Phillips would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Carlos Brathwaite for 12 before Ben Duckett would be run out by Colin Ackermann for 32 off 21 balls.
Leus du Plooy would be caught by Brathwaite off the bowling of Finn for 43 off 22 balls before Jimmy Neesham would be the final wicket to fall, caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Lockie Ferguson for 6 – Matt Critchley (30 off 17 balls) and Ryan Higgins (1) the not out batsmen.
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Joe Clarke would be caught by du Plooy off the bowling of Higgins for 58 off 31 balls before Phil Salt would be caught by Duckett off the bowling of Critchley for 30. Ackermann would be the final wicket to fall, bowled by Neesham, for 17 with Colin Munro and Brathwaite finishing with 33 and 1 not out respectively.
WF 150/6 (100 balls), MO 153/3 (95 balls)
Northern Superchargers vs Oval Invincibles (Women)
Oval Invincibles would win the toss and elect to field first.
Jemimah Rodrigues would be caught behind by Sarah Bryce off the bowling of Mady Villiers for 14 before Lauren Winfield-Hill would be caught by Villiers off the bowling of Grace Gibbs for 4. Laura Wolvaardt would be caught by Bryce off the bowling of Alice Capsey for 27 before Bess Heath would be caught & bowled by the same bowler without scoring.
Laura Kimmince would be caught by Capsey off the bowling of Gibbs for 5 before Linsey Smith would be bowled by Villiers for 3. Alice Davidson-Richards would be caught by Eva Gray off the bowling of Tash Farrant for 42 off 30 balls before Kalea Moore would be caught by Gibbs off the same bowler for 11 – Phoebe Graham and Elizabeth Russell would both finish 1 not out.
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Capsey would be caught by Graham off the bowling of Davidson-Richards for 8 before Georgia Adams would be caught by Kimmince off the bowling of Katie Levick for 26. Fran Wilson would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Smith for 8 before Bryce would be the final wicket to fall as she would be caught by Heath off the bowling of Davidson-Richards for 29 – Dane van Niekirk and Villiers would finish 27 and 1 not out respectively.
NS 109/8 (100 balls), OI 105/4 (100 balls)
Northern Superchargers vs Oval Invincibles (Men)
Oval Invincibles won the toss and elected to bat first.
Will Jacks would be caught behind by John Simpson off the bowling of Brydon Carse for 2 before Sunil Narine would be caught by Harry Brook off the bowling of Mujeeb Ur Rahman for 22. Colin Ingram would be caught by Matty Potts off the bowling of Adil Rashid for 2 before Sam Billings would be bowled by Potts for 3.
Laurie Evans would be caught by Potts off the bowling of Rashid for 8 before Jordan Clark would be caught by Dane Vilas off the same bowler for a golden duck the following ball – opener Jason Roy (52 off 43 balls) and Tom Curran (34 off 24 balls) were the not out batsmen.
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Adam Lyth would be caught by substitute fielder Jordan Cox off the bowling of Curran for 1 before David Willey would be bowled by Saqib Mahmood for 4. Chris Lynn would be caught by Evans off the bowling of Narine for a run-a-ball 48 before Vilas was the final wicket to fall, caught Curran off the bowling of Mahmood, for a golden duck – Brook (47 off 30 balls) and Simpson (19 off 10 balls) seeing the Superchargers home with 3 balls to spare.
Roy Scored 52 For The Invincibles
OI 127/6 (100 balls), NS 128/4 (97 balls)
11:00 – Birmingham Phoenix vs Trent Rockets (W 100)
11:00 – Essex vs Kent (RLC Group A)
11:00 – Hampshire vs Lancashire (RLC Group A)
11:00 – Northamptonshire vs Derbyshire (RLC Group B)
11:00 – Nottinghamshire vs Leicestershire (RLC Group B)
11:00 – Somerset vs Yorkshire (RLC Group B)
11:00 – Sussex vs Gloucestershire (RLC Group A)
11:00 – Worcestershire vs Middlesex (RLC Group A)
14:30 – Birmingham Phoenix vs Trent Rockets (M 100)
14:30 – London Spirit vs Southern Brave (W 100)
18:00 – London Spirit vs Southern Brave (M 100)