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A Nick Gubbins century helped Hampshire to defeat Sussex in Tuesday’s Royal London Cup action as the program was disrupted by rain at most of the grounds.

Tuesday’s Hundred action will be reviewed tomorrow alongside the Manchester Originals vs Northern Superchargers games that take place later today.

Gloucestershire vs Worcestershire (Group A)

Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bat first.

Brett D’Oliviera would be caught by George Scott off the bowling of Josh Shaw for 14 before Tom Fell would be caught behind by Ben Wells off the bowling of Tom Smith for 13. Jack Haynes would be caught by Scott off the bowling of Matt Taylor for 59 before Jake Libby would be caught & bowled by Graeme van Buuren for 33.

Ed Barnard would be LBW to the same bowler for a golden duck before Gareth Roderick would be bowled by Shaw for 23. Joshua Dell would be caught by Chris Dent off the bowling of Smith for 32 with Joe Leach (18) and Josh Baker (21) the not out batsmen.

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Chasing 94 off 11 overs after a rain break, Gloucestershire would lose Ben Charlesworth as he was caught by Adam Finch off the bowling of Leach for 1 before Tom Lace would be caught by Fell later in the same over without scoring. Dent would be caught behind by Roderick off the bowling of Finch for 25 off 13 balls before Jack Taylor would be the final wicket to fall as he was caught by Leach off the bowling of Baker for 11 – van Buuren and Scott finished with 38 and 2 not out respectively.

Gloucestershire travel to Durham tomorrow while Worcestershire travel to Essex at the same time.

WOR 228/7 (40.3 overs), GLO 82/4 (11 overs)

Hampshire vs Sussex (Group A)

Hampshire would win the toss and elect to bat first.

Tom Prest would be bowled by Archie Lenham for 34 before Tom Alsop would be bowled by Danial Ibrahim for 68. Joe Weatherley would be caught & bowled by Will Beer for 15 before Ian Holland would be caught by David Wiese off the same bowler for 2.

Lewis McManus would be caught by Ibrahim off the bowling of James Coles for 3 before Nick Gubbins and James Fuller put on 116 for the sixth-wicket partnership with the latter run out by Coles for 54 off 36 balls. Felix Organ would be the final wicket to fall as he was bowled by Wiese for 6 with Gubbins (131 off 119 balls) and Scott Currie (0) the not out batsmen.

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Harrison Ward would be bowled by John Turner for 20 before Tom Clark would be caught behind by McManus off the bowling of Currie for 32. Tom Haines would be bowled by Fuller for 24 before Wiese would be caught by Currie off the bowling of Holland for 27.

Travis Head would be bowled by Gubbins for 52 before Oliver Carter would be dismissed the same way for 10. Coles would also be bowled by Gubbins for 18 before Ibrahim would also fall the same way for 4. Beer would be caught by Currie off the bowling of Organ for 16 before Henry Crocombe the final wicket to fall, caught by Alsop off the same bowler, for 2 – Lenham was 15 not out.

Gloucestershire host Worcestershire tomorrow while Lancashire travel to Kent on Wednesday.

HAM 328/7 (50 overs), SUS 230 (41.2 overs)

Middlesex vs Durham (Group A)

Durham won the toss and elected to bat first

Alex Lees would be caught by Sam Robson off the bolwing of Tim Murtagh for 5 before Graham Clark and Scott Borthwick put on 108 for the second-wicket which was ended with Clark caught by Peter Handscomb off the bowling of Robson for 65. Cameron Bancroft would be LBW to Luke Hollman without scoring before Borthwick would be caught by Jack Davies off the bowling of Murtagh for 76.

David Bedingham would be caught behind by Robbie White off the bowling of James Harris for 41 before Sean Dickson would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Ethan Bamber for 13. Liam Trevaskis would be caught by Max Holden off the bowling of Hollman for 23 before Luke Doneathy would be the final wicket to fall, bowled by Bamber, for 50 with Paul van Meekeren and Chris Rushworth finishing 4 and 0 not out respectively.

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Chasing 228 off their 36 overs after a rain break, Middlesex would lose Holden as he was caught by Clark off the bowling of Jack Campbell without scoring before Varun Chopra would be LBW to Rushworth for 6. Robson would be bowled by the same bowler for 18 before a 130-run partnership between Handscomb and White was ended with the latter caught by Bancroft off Campbell’s bowling for 55.

Handscomb would be bowled by van Meekeren for 75 off 71 balls before Hollman would be caught by Doneathy off the bowling of Borthwick for 7. Jack Davies would be caught by Lees off the bowling of Trevaskis for 17 before Harris would be caught & bowled by van Meekeren for 2. Thilan Walallawita would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Clark off the same bowling, for 18 – Bamber and Murtagh would be 5 and 6 not out respectively.

Middlesex host Hampshire on Friday while Durham host Gloucestershire tomorrow.

DUR 288/8 (50 overs), MID 225/9 (36 overs)

Derbyshire vs Warwickshire (Group B)

Warwickshire would win the toss and elect to field first.

Tom Wood would be bowled by Jacob Bethell for 28 before Brooke Guest would be run out by Rob Yates for 3. Harry Came would be caught behind by Michael Burgess off the bowling of Carver for 45 before Alex Hughes would be bowled by Bethell for 14.

Anuj Dal would be caught by Will Rhodes off the same bowler for 9 before Nils Priestley would be caught by Bethell off the bowling of Carver for 17. Mattie McKiernan would be run out by Garrett for 8 before Ravi Rampaul would be caught by Brookes off Johal’s bowling without scoring. Connor Marshall would be the final wicket to fall as he was run out by Garrett for 5 with Fynn Hudson-Prentice and Ben Aitchison finishing with 51 and 3 not out respectively.

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Requiring 205 off their 42 overs, Warwickshire would lose Yates as he was bowled by Wood for 60 with Rhodes the other man out, caught behind by Guest off the bowling of Hudson-Prentice, for 25 with Ed Pollock (103 off 115 balls) and Burgess (12) the not out batsmen.

Derbyshire host Glamorgan on Friday while Warwickshire host Leicestershire tomorrow.

DER 200/9 (42 overs), WAR 207/2 (37 overs)

Surrey vs Nottinghamshire (Group B)

Nottinghamshire won the toss and elected to field first.

Hashim Amla would be caught behind by Dane Schadendorf off the bowling of Brett Hutton for 14 before a 152-run second-wicket partnership between Mark Stoneman and Ryan Patel was ended with the former LBW to the same bowler for 43. Tim David would be caught by Joey Evison off the bowling of Dane Paterson for 13 before Patel would be caught by the same fielder off Liam Patterson-White’s bowling for 131 off 70 balls.

Nico Reifer would be caught by Peter Trego off the bowling of Paterson for 6 before Jamie Smith would be bowled by Evison for 54 off just 19 balls. Gus Atkinson would be caught by Trego off the bowling of Luke Fletcher before Rikki Clarke would be the final wicket to fall as he was run out by Patterson-White, both for 15 off 5 balls – Conor McKerr 1 not out .

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Requiring 300 off their 30 overs, Notts would lose Sol Budinger, caught by McKerr off the bowling of Atkinson for 45 off 21 balls before Trego would be caught behind by Smith off the bowling of McKerr without scoring. Haseeb Hameed would be caught by Patel off the same bowler for 4 before Matthew Montgomery would be caught by Dan Moriarty off the bowling of Matt Dunn for 29.

Liam Patterson-White would be caught by substitute Geddes off the same bowler without scoring before opener Ben Slater would be caught by Dunn off the bowling of McKerr for 69 off 48 balls. Evison would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Atkinson off the bowling of Moriarty for 54 off 39 balls with Schadendorf (44) and Fletcher (5) not out at the end of the innings.

Surrey host Northamptonshire on Friday while Nottinghamshire host Somerset on Thursday.

SUR 311/8 (30 overs), NOT 266/7 (30 overs)

Today’s Fixtures

11:00 – Kent vs Lancashire (RLC Group A)
11:00 – Somerset vs Glamorgan (RLC Group B)
11:00 – Yorkshire vs Northamptonshire (RLC Group B)
15:00 – Manchester Originals vs Northern Superchargers (W 100)
18:30 – Manchester Originals vs Northern Superchargers (M 100)

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