Thursday’s events saw Sam Curran win a wicket in the London derby, Lancashire winning again with the opening batting in-round with Marnus Labuchamp also in the Glamorgan races as well as the first day of the second Test between England and New Zealand at Edgbaston.
england vs new zealand
England will make one change from the first game with Ole Stone replaced by Ole Robinson, Who was suspended by the European Central Bank because of his historical tweets, while New Zealand will make 6 changes such as Will Young, Tom Blondell, Daryl Mitchell, Matt Henry, Agaz Patel and Trent Bolt – England will win the toss and choose the racket.
After a morning that saw no qualifiers, England’s Dom Sibley hit by Bowling Henry’s Blundell for 35 on the first time after lunch before bowling Neil Wagner’s Zach Crowley was caught by Mitchell without scoring the next day. . Joe Root (4) will be caught by Henry off Patel before Ole Pop swings to Patel for 19.
Rory Burns was caught by Bolt’s Captain Tom Latham for 81 before Mitchell caught James Prause for a gold duck. Stone would be the last player out, and LBW to Battle for 20 with Dan Lawrence (67) and Mark Wood (16) unbeaten at Trunks.
Birmingham Bears vs Yorkshire Vikings
Yorkshire won the lottery and was elected to the field.
Ed Pollock is caught by Lockie Ferguson bowling from David Willey for 1 with Will Rhodes being caught by Adam Lyth outside bowling from Matthew Waite without registration. Adam Howes would be kicked out the same way for 22 years before Dan Mosley (also 22) was caught by Tom Koehler Cadmore outside of Jordan Thompson’s bowling.
Carlos Brathwaite and Michael Burgess were both caught by Thompson for 3 and 4 respectively before Jonny Birstow caught Tim Bresnan away from Bowling Ferguson. Sam Hein was the last wicket to drop as he was caught by Bowling Willie’s Will Fraine for 59 – Craig Miles and Danny Briggs are off-batting hitters with 5 and 0 scores, respectively.
Adam Leith would be the first man to come out for the visitors, as he was caught by Miles of Briggs Bowling, for 5 before David Malan was caught by Lintott of Bowling Bresnan for 23. Birstow was thrown by Briggs for 34 before becoming Harry Brock’s last man to come out, Bowling Bratwhite’s Hain, caught for 24 – Kohler Cadmore and Fren hitters didn’t come out with 31 and 19 respectively.
Birmingham travels to Nottinghamshire tonight while Yorkshire travels to Durham later.
Lancashire Lightning vs. Leicestershire Fox
Lancashire won the lottery and was elected to the racket.
Liam Livingstone will be the first man to get out of his place as he was caught by bowler Josh Inglis of Gavin Griffiths before Alex Davies was caught by Naveen-ul-Haq from the same bowler in the next delivery of a golden duck. Gus Butler will be out for 22 years as Ben Mike caught him away from Bowling Colin Ackerman before Louis Hill caught 16-year-old Dean Villas away from the same player.
Stephen Croft was captured by Arron Lilley of the Griffths for 21 before Luke Wood was captured by Rishi Patel off the Griffiths without registration. Naveen will throw Danny Lamb for 2 because Tom Bailey was the last man out 3 times, and run out by Inglis, with Finn Allen (73) and Tom Hartley (5) not out batsmen.
Scott Steele and Ingles got off to a good start for the visitors before throwing Lamb Inglis for 34 minutes before Allen Lilly grabbed Matt Parkinson’s bowling away for 4. Wood would catch Hartley for 1. Battle gave Croft a second chance in the innings from Bowling Parkinson’s for 32 with Steele and Mike finish 54 and 7, respectively.
The next Lancashire game is a trip to Worcestershire on Sunday while Leicestershire hosts Derbyshire tonight.
Gloucestershire vs Glamorgan
Gloucestershire will win the toss and be elected to the racket.
Hosts Miles Hammond would lose in game two as Andrew Salter threw her for 6 before Tim van der Googten caught Ian Kokbin away from Bowling Roydery Smith for 16. Chris Dent would be next as he was caught by Kieran Carlson off bowling Dan Douthwaite before catching a guard Wicket Glenn Phillips (44) by Nick Silman of Bowling Marnus Labuchagin.
Jack Taylor will be the fifth man to be caught by Douthwaite’s Labuschagne for 25 before Benny Howell will be the last man to come out for 30 years, similarly dismissed to the same pairing, with Ryan Higgins and Graeme van Buuren off-the-court batsmen. . 22 and 15, respectively.
In a running chase, the Welsh side would lose Salman as Dent grabbed him by Bowling Higgins for 4 before being thrown by David Lloyd by Shaw for 28. Colin Ingram also had a similar fall to the same bowler for 1 before Chris Cook was caught by Hammond outside Bowling Smith for 26.
Dent’s 14-year-old Carlson will be caught off Bowling Hole before Douthwaite is the first of three gold ducks as LBW to Higgins. Salter would be the next where Hammond ran out before he threw Smith Howell. Van der Gogten was the last man to go out for 2 as he was caught by Shaw off Howell as Labuschagne and Prem Sisodiya were off-field batsmen, finishing the match with 93 (from 56 balls) and 4 respectively.
Gloucestershire hosts the Sussex Sharks tonight while Glamorgan hosts the Essex Eagles on Sunday.
Surrey vs Middlesex
Middlesex will win the lottery and choose to participate.
Jason Roy and Will Jack put a 98 in on the hosts’ opening wicket partnership before the latter ran out for 70 (from just 24 balls) by Chris Green with Luke Holman catching Laurie Evans from bowling Nathan Sutter for 5. Jason Roy’s throw by Sowter for 45 before Max Holden catches Sam Curran of Bowling Green.
Jimmy Overton will be the next man as he is caught by Eoin Morgan off Steven Finn before the player also takes out Jordan Clarke, who was caught by Steve Eskinazi, for 7. Tom Curran will be the last man to knock out 25 of 10 balls like he’s baffled by John Simpson accepted off Sowter with Jimmy Smith and Matt Dunn not exiting 5 and 1 respectively.
Paul Stirling and Eskenazi were both scoring 87 before T. Irish Curran vs 58 with an Eskenazi catch by T. Curran out of Bowling Dan Moriarty for 36. T. Curran would catch Morgan out of Clark’s Bowling for 32 with a Holden Bowl by Gareth Bate for 5.
Simpson (4, caught Overton) and Holman (golden duck, jack caught) both going out to S. Curran with Sowter (1, ran out), Green (19, catch) and Finn (1, Bowled) all knocked out by S Curran in the final.
Surrey travels to Somerset tonight while Middlesex travels to Kent Spitfire later.
18:30: Durham – Yorkshire Vikings (North)
18:30 – Gloucestershire vs Sussex Sharks (South)
18:30: Leicestershire Fox vs Derbyshire Falcons (North)
18:30 – Notts Outlaws vs Birmingham Bears (North)
18:30 – Somerset vs Surrey (South)
19:00: Essex Eagles vs Hampshire Hawks (South)
19:00: Kent Spitfires vs Middlesex (South)
19:00: Northerners Steelbacks vs Worcestershire Rapids (North, live on the sky)