Amanda-Jade Wellington would take 4 wickets for Southern Brave in their game against London Spirit as we look at Sunday and Monday’s action in the Hundred.
London Spirit vs Trent Rockets (Women)
Trent Rockets would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Sammy-Jo Johnson would be run out by Abtaha Maqsood for 29 before Rachel Priest would be caught & bowled by Emily Arlott for 18. Nat Sciver would be stumped by Amy Jones off the bowling of Kirstie Gordon for 27 before Katherine Brunt would be caught by Gordon off the bowling of Georgia Elwiss for 11.
Sarah Glenn would be the final wicket to fall, LBW to Issy Wong, for 7 with Heather Graham (44 off 21 balls) and Abigail Freeborn (3) not out at the end of the innings.
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Eve Jones would be caufght by Sciver off the bowling of Johnson for 17 before Shafali Verma would be bowled by Brunt for 14. Amy Jones would be caught by Graham off the bowling of Sciver for 1 before Erin Burns would be caught by Johnson off the bowling of Graham for 3.
Gwenan Davies would be caught by Sciver off the bowling of Johnson for 5 before Katie Mack would be bowled by Glenn for 24. Elwiss would be caught by Graham off the bowling of Johnson for 16 before Wong would be caught & bowled by Brunt for 27 off 11 balls. Arlott would be the final wicket to fall as she was run out by Sciver for 8 with Gordon and Maqsood finishing on 5 and 1 not out respectively.
TR 145/5 (100 balls), BP 134/9 (100 balls)
Trent Rockets vs Birmingham Phoenix (Men)
Birmingham Phoenix won the toss and elected to field first.
D’Arcy Short would be caught by Imran Tahir off the bowling of Adam Milne without scoring before Alex Hales would be caught by Will Smeed off the bowling of Moeen Ali for 38 off 22 balls. Samit Patel would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Benny Howell for 31 before Lewis Gregory would be caught behind by Chris Benjamin off the bowling of Tom Helm for 3.
Dawid Malan would be run out by Ali for 51 off 41 balls before Rashid Khan was the final wicket to fall, caught by Livingstone off the bowling of Milne for 1 with Tom Moores and Matt Carter finishing on 7 and 8 not out respectively.
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Smeed would be caught by Short off the bowling of Khan for 36 off 13 balls before Ali would be caught by Luke Wood off the bowling of Patel for 26. Finn Allen would be bowled by Khan for 43 off 23 balls before Miles Hammond would be the final wicket to fall, again bowled by Khan, for 4 – Livingstone (23 off 12 balls) and Benjamin (9) would be the not out batsmen.
TR 144/6 (100 balls), BP 145/4 (74 balls)
London Spirit vs Southern Brave (Women)
Southern Brave would win the toss and elect to field first.
Naomi Dattani would be run out by Amanda-Jade Wellington for 1 before Deandra Dottin would be caught by Maia Bouchier off the bowling of Stefanie Taylor for 2. Heather Knight would be caught by Smriti Mandhana off the bowlng of Wellington for 3 before Deepti Sharma would be stumped by Carla Rudd off the same bowler the very next ball (though it would be off a leg-side wide) without scoring – the score sitting at 41/4 off 44 balls at this point.
Chloe Tryon would be LBW to Bell for 9 before Charlotte Dean would be bowled by Morris for 2. Opener Tammy Beaumont would be caught by Mandhana off the bowling of Wellington for 34 before Amara Carr would be stumped by Rudd off the bowling off Wellington for 4. Danielle Gibson would also be stumped, this time off the bowling of Fiona Morris for 2 before Sophie Munro would be the final wicket to fall, bowled by Anya Shrubsole, for 5 with Freya Davies 4 not out.
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Mandhana would be LBW to Sharma for 3 before Danni Wyatt would be stumped by Carr off the bowling of Dean for 21. Sophia Dunkley would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Dottin off the bowling of Sharma, for 22 – Taylor and Bouchier finishing 29 and 15 not out respectively.
LS 93 (96 balls), SB 97/3 (92 balls)
Southern Brave vs London Spirit (Men)
London Spirit won the toss and elected to field first.
James Vince would be caught by Mason Crane off the bowling of Chris Wood for 6 before Quinton de Kock would be caught behind by Adam Rossington off the bowling of Blake Cullen for 27 off 14 balls. Devon Conway would be caught & bowled by Roelof van der Merwe for 22 before George Garton would be caught by Joe Denly off the bowling of Crane for 6.
Ross Whiteley would be caught by Josh Inglis off the bowling of Mohammad Amir for 13 before Alex Davies would be the final wicket to fall as he was caught by Mohammad Nabi off the bowling of Cullen for 50 off the final ball of the innings – Colin de Grandhomme would be 8 not out.
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Rossington would be caught behind by de Kock off the bowling of Garton for 45 off 21 balls before Joe Denly would fall to the same combination for a golden duck the following ball. Eoin Morgan would be run out by Chris Jordan for 5 before Ravi Bopara would be caught by Davies off the bowling of Jordan for 8.
Opener Inglis would be caught by de Kock off the same bowler for 55 off 43 balls before Nabi would be caught by Davies off the bowling of Tymal Mills for 9. Cullen would be the final wicket to fall, run out by de Kock, for 1 with van der Merwe and Amir finishing 7 and 0 not out respectively.
SB 145/6 (100 balls), LS 141/7 (100 balls)
Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire (Women)
Monday’s action started with the women’s game between the Oval Invincibles and Welsh Fire. The hosts would win the toss and elect to field first.
Bryony Smith would be caught behind by Sarah Bryce off the bowling of Mady Villiers for 3 before Hayley Matthews would be bowled by Dane van Niekerk for a run-a-ball 21. Georgia Redmayne would be run out by Grace Gibbs for 30 before Sarah Taylor would be caught by Villiers off the bowling of Alice Capsey for 29.
Georgia Hennessy would be run out by Bryce for 3 before Piepa Cleary would be the final wicket to fall off the final ball of the innings, caught by Joanne Gardner off the bowling of Tash Farrant for a golden duck – Sophie Luff would be 12 not out.
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Georgia Adams would be run out by Nicole Harvey without scoring before Capsey would be bowled by Harvey for 14. Gibbs would be LBW to Hannah Baker for 21 before van Niekerk would be caught by Katie George off the bowling of Harvey for 8.
Fran Wilson would be caught by Luff off the bowling of Matthews for 20 before Villiers would be caught by George off the bowling of Smith for 8. Gardner would be caught by Luff off the bowling of Matthews for 12 before Farrant would be caught by George off the same bowler for 4. Eva Gray would be the final wicket to fall, stumped by Taylor off the bowling of Cleary for 4 – Bryce (3) and Danielle Gregory (1) not out at the end of the innings.
WF 112/6 (100 balls), OI 100/9 (100 balls)
Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire (Men)
Oval Invincibles won the toss and elected to field first.
Tom Banton would be caught by Saqib Mahmood off the bowling of Reece Topley for 2 before Josh Cobb would be run out by Topley for 12. Glenn Phillips would be bowled by Tabraiz Shamsi for 8 before Leus du Plooy would be caught by Jordan Clark off the bowling of Tom Curran for 17.
Jimmy Neesham would be caught behind by Sam Billings the following delivery for a golden duck before Matt Critchley would be caught by Topley off the bowling of Mahmood for 3. Ben Duckett would be the final wicket to fall off the final ball of the innings, caught by Laurie Evans off the bowling of Curran for 65 off 52 balls – Ryan Higgins would finish 3 not out.
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Jason Roy would be caught by Duckett off the bowling of Matt Milnes for 8 before Will Jacks would be caught by Cobb of the bowling of Neesham for 20 off 9 balls. Sunil Narine would be caught by Critchley off the same bowler for 19 before Colin Ingram would be the final wicket to fall, LBW to Qais Ahmad, for 9 with Billings (40) and Evans (28) seeing the hosts home with 7 balls to spare.
WF 121/7 (100 balls), OI 125/4 (93 balls)
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18:30 – London Spirit vs Northern Superchatgers (M 100)
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