Well, what an opening night it's been in the T20 Blast. We've had pretty much everything - five-wicket hauls for teenage debutants, batsmen smashing it to all parts and a tense final-ball decider at Old Trafford.
Alex Hales stole the show at Trent Bridge as Nottinghamshire beat defending champions Birmingham Bears by eight wickets. The opener's 86 not out off 43 balls included eight sixes - six of them in successive balls he faced.
At Headingley, 17-year-old Matthew Fisher took 5-22 as Yorkshire easily saw off Derbyshire, while Glamorgan hit 240-3 - the fourth-highest score in domestic T20 matches in England - to beat Surrey.
Elsewhere, Lancashire beat Leicestershire with a last-ball boundary from Steven Croft, Durham won a rain-affected tie with Northants, Gloucestershire defeated Middlesex and there were also wins for Kent and Hampshire over Sussex and Essex respectively.
For a full list of T20 Blast fixtures, click here. We'll be back again with another live text commentary and more commentaries from BBC local radio and 5 live sports extra next Friday.
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