One-Day Cup: Weather denies Lancashire and Nottinghamshire at Blackpool
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|Royal London One-Day Cup, Blackpool|
|Lancashire 157-1 (33 overs): Petersen 73*, Procter 63*|
|Nottinghamshire: Did not bat|
|Match abandoned because of rain - 1 point each|
Alviro Petersen and Luke Procter scored unbeaten half-centuries before rain denied Lancashire and Nottinghamshire in the One-Day Cup match at Blackpool.
Harry Gurney got rid of Tom Smith for a 16-ball duck, before Petersen made 73 not out and Procter 63 not out.
The pair's stand of 151 was a new one-day record for any wicket at Blackpool, beating 146 between David Lloyd and Farokh Engineer against Sussex in 1976.
Rain then arrived and play was eventually called off at 16:15 BST.
Notts, who had scored over 400 in their previous two games, would have gone top of their group with a victory.
Both sides are next in action on Wednesday when Lancashire have a home Roses match against Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire travel north to take on Durham.