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05.08.2017… Notts v Durham…

Outlaws v Jets

Trent Bridge… Sat August 5th…

Outlaws won by 5 wickets

Ticket: £17

A day of records, made and missed…

Nottinghamshire scored 106/1 from the Powerplay, a T20 World Record. Whilst Alex Hales came within a 6 of equalling Chris Gayle’s world record for the fastest T20 century, being caught in the outfield by Stuart Poyter (when attempting that six), on 95 from 30 deliveries…

Earlier, Paul Coughlin and Ryan Pringle had pushed Durham towards a respectable total, adding 40 runs in the final two overs…

Durham’s bowling however, the first over summed it up. Usman Arshad was taken out of the attack after only two deliveries, both waist-high no balls. He was replaced by Paul Coughlin who then had to leave the field after only 5 balls following a nasty knock to the hand, Jack Burnham bowling the final delivery of the over…

Cameron Steel did have a hattrick opportunity though, at a point where the slogging appeared to have gone to the Outlaws’ heads……

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The Nineteenth Over, and Durham Accelerate…

Teams…

Nottinghamshire Outlaws; Riki Wessels, Alex Hales, Tom Moores, Dan Christian, Steven Mullaney, Samit Patel, Brendan Taylor, Billy Root, Ish Sodhi, Jake Ball, Harry Gurney

Durham Jets; Cameron Steel, Graham Clark, Michael Richardson, Jack Burnham, Gareth Harte, Paul Coughlin, Stuart Poynter, Ryan Pringle, Brydon Carse, Usman Arshad, James Weighell

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Alex Hales Falls on 95, Just Short of Equalling Chris Gayle’s Record…

Stats…

Durham Jets; Steel (35 – c Hales b Mullaney), Clark (1 – b Patel), Richardson (53 – b Patel), Burnham (1 – b Sodhi), Harte (6 – c Taylor b Mullaney), Coughlin (42 – n.o.), Poynter (8 – c Christian b Sodhi), Pringle (25 – b Ball), Carse (1 – n.o.)

Did Not Bat; Arshad, Weighell

Extras; 0nb 0w 7b 7lb – 11

183 for 7 (20 overs)

Bowling; Patel (4 / 23 / 2), Gurney (4 / 39 / 0), Ball (4 / 46 / 1), Christian (1 / 9 / 0), Mullaney (3 / 24 / 2), Sodhi (4 / 31 / 2)

FOW; 3 – 57 – 61 – 68 – 107 – 124 – 176

Nottinghamshire Outlaws; Wessels (41 n.o.), Hales (95 – c Poynter b Weighell), Moores (0 – c Carse b Weighell), Christian (10 – c Weighell b Steel), Mullaney (0 – c Weighell b Steel), Patel (26 – c Steel b Carse), Taylor (1 – n.o.)

Did Not Bat; Root, Sodhi, Ball, Gurney

Extras; 10nb 0w 0b 1lb – 11

184 for 5 (13.5 overs)

Bowling; Weighell (3 / 25 / 2), Arshad (0 / 5 / 0), Coughlin (0.5 / 14 / 0), Burnham (0.1 / 0 / 0), Carse (3.5 / 45  / 1), Pringle (2 / 34 / 0), Steel (4 / 60 / 2)

FOW; 126 / 127 / 138 / 138 / 180

As usual, more pictures on flickr…

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28.07.2017… Leics v Durham…

Foxes v Jets

Grace Road… Friday July 28th…

Jets won by 6 wickets

Ticket: £10Scorecard – £1

Luke Ronchi scored 63 from 21 deliveries in a Leicestershire total of 88, in a game reduced to seven overs per side as a result of persistent rain…

Durham chased the runs down though with a ball to spare, for a first victory in the T20 Blast of the season. at the eighth attempt…

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The Waiting Game…

Teams…

Leicestershire Foxes; Luke Ronchi, Cameron Delport, Tom Wells, Mark Cosgrove, Colin Ackermann, Aadil Ali, Mathew Pilans, Callum Parkinson, Gavin Griffiths, Dieter Klein, Lewis Hill

Durham Jets; Cameron Steel, Graham Clark, Paul Collingwood, Paul Coughlin, Jack Burnham, Michael Richardson, Stuart Poynter, Ryan Pringle, James Weighell, Barry McCarthy, Chris Rushworth

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Leicestershire Bat…

Stats…

Leicestershire Foxes; Ronchi (63 – n.o.), Delport (7 – c McCarthy b Coughlin), Wells (12 – b Coughlin), Cosgrove (0 – n.o)

Extras; 0nb 3w 1b 2lb – 6

Did Not Bat; Ackermann, Ali, Pilans, Parkinson, Griffiths, Klein, Hill

88 for 2 (7 overs)

Bowling; Rushworth (1 / 9 / 0), Weighell (1 / 26 / 0), Collingwood (2 / 19 / 0), Coughlin (2 / 30 / 2), McCarthy (1 / 1 / 0)

FOW; 62 – 81

Durham Jets; Steel (4 – b Klein), Clark (4 – c Wells b Pillans), Collingwood (34 – r.o. Ronchi), Coughlin (38 – n.o.), Burnham (0 – r.o. Griffiths), Richardson (0 – n.o.)

Did Not Bat; Poynter, Pringle, Weighell, McCarthy, Rushworth

Extras; 6nb 2w 0b 2lb – 10

90 for 4 (6.5 overs)

Bowling; Klein (1 / 9 / 1), Pillans (2 / 30 / 1), Parkinson (1 / 11 / 0), Griffiths (1.5 / 24 / 0), Delport (1 / 12 / 0)

FOW; 4 – 10 – 86 – 86

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20.08.2016… Durham v Nhants…

Jets v Vikings

Edgbaston… Saturday August 20th…

Steelbacks won by 4 wickets

Ticket: £71 – Programme: £6

A win for Northamptonshire Steelbacks in the 2016 T20 Blast Final…

A very fast turnaround expected from Durham though, due to the rain affected nature of the day. Within half an hour of winning their semi-final, Durham were batting again…

Durham made 153 from their 20 overs, Keaton Jennings making 88 before being caught on the boundary. They got off to a cracking start in the field too, reducing Northamptonshire to 9 for 3.

It was downhill from there though, with Alex Wakely and Josh Cobb putting on 120 for the fourth wicket. Cobb went on to make 80, and to claim the Man of the Match award.

Northamptonshire won by 4 wickets with 5 balls to spare…

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T20 Blast Final 2016: Durham Bat…

Teams…

Durham Jets; Mark Stoneman, Keaton Jennings, Bem Stokes, +Michael Richardson, Jack Burnham, Ryan Pringle, *Paul Collingwood, Usman Arshad, Scott Borthwick, Mark Wood, Chris Rushworth

Northamptonshire Steelbacks; Richard Levi, +Adam Rossington, Josh Cobb, Ben Duckett, *Alex Wakely, Rory Kleinveldt, Steven Crook, Rob Keogh, Graeme White, Ben Sanderson, Muhammad Azhar Ullah

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T20 Blast Final 2016: Under Lights…

Stats…

Durham Jets; Stoneman (3 – c&b Ullah), Jennings (88 – c Cobb b Kleinveldt), Stokes (18 – c Keogh b Sanderson), +Richardson (4 – c Rossington b Crook), Burnham (0 – r.o. Ullah), *Collingwood (9 – c Crook b Sanderson), Pringle (2 – c Cobb b Sanderson), Borthwick (10 – c Rossington b Kleinveldt), Arshad ( 4 – n.o.), Wood (5 – n.o.)

Did Not Bat; Rushworth

Extras; 2nb 4w 0b 4lb – 10

153 for 8 (20 overs)

Bowling; Sanderson (4 / 31 / 3), Kleinveldt (4 / 40 / 2), Ullah (4 / 21 / 1), Crook (4 / 26 / 1), Cobb (1 / 9 / 0), White (3 / 22 / 0)

FOW; 16 – 34 – 43 – 49 – 89 – 104 – 140 – 144

Northamptonshire Steelbacks; Levi (2 – r.o. Borthwick), +Rossington (2 – c Borthwick b Wood), Cobb (80 – c Richardson b Rushworth), Duckett (4 – lbw Rushworth), *Wakely (43 – r.o. Arshad), Keogh (16 – n.o.), Crook (0 – r.o. Stokes), Kleinveldt (2 – n.o.)

Did Not Bat; White, Sanderson, Ullah

Extras; 2nb 3w 0b 1lb – 6

155 for 6 (19.1 overs)

Bowling; Rushworth (4 / 22 / 2), Wood (4 / 25 / 1), Arshad (3.1 / 41 / 0), Jennings (4 / 34 / 0), Borthwick (4 / 32 / 0)

FOW; 4 – 4 – 9 – 129 – 148 – 149

As usual, more pictures on flickr…