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Live Reporting

Josh Hunt

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  1. Until tomorrow

    That's it from me, but I'll be back here bright and early alongside Gary Smee to take you through the second semi-final.

    All that's left to do is to say a big thank you for joining us today, and to leave you with this video of Kent's winning moment.

    Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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  2. Kuhn hits century as Kent reach final

    I can't possibly recap all the drama in that match, but fortunately my colleague Paul Grunill has done so in this match report.

    Simply click the link and you can catch up on anything you may have missed.

    Kuhn hits century as Kent reach final

    Kent's Heino Kuhn

    Heino Kuhn hits his fourth One-Day Cup century as Kent beat Worcestershire by two wickets to reach the final at Lord's.

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  3. Coming up tomorrow

    Hampshire v Yorkshire (Monday, 11:00 BST)

    We now know the first of this year's One-Day Cup finalists.

    But you'll have to wait until tomorrow to find out who Kent will be playing, as Hampshire host Yorkshire at the Ageas Bowl.

    Hants topped the South Group to reach the semi-finals, but Yorkshire - third in the North Group - picked up the same number of points before beating Essex in a thrilling play-off to reach this stage.

    Our coverage of that game starts at 10:30 here on the BBC Sport website.

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    Stuart Jarvis: That's a Worcester team shorn of its best two players in Moeen and Joe Leach, and with a bowling attack of extreme youth, ran it so close is both brilliant and devastating. Ben Cox is a keeping god

    Neil Smith: Great advert for the 50 over game. That match would have been worthy of being the Lord's final. Gutted at the result especially after the performance by Ben Cox and the rest of the Worcs team

  5. 'This will hurt for a while'

    Kent 307-8 (49.4 overs) beat Worcestershire 306-6 by two wickets

    Worcestershire captain Callum Ferguson on Sky Sports:

    "It's unfortunate that we weren't able to get a win on the board after [Ben] Cox's fantastic innings.

    "We certainly got some good exprience into some young players over the course of the tournament.

    "That sort of thing is fantastic for the future of the club, but it'll hurt for a while."

  6. 'I'm delighted for Heino"

    Kent 307-8 (49.4 overs) beat Worcestershire 306-6 by two wickets

    Kent captain Joe Denly on Sky Sports:

    "Delighted, nerves were going there at the end. A lot of hard work's gone in this year and we've been playing some good cricket.

    "Heino Kuhn's been the rock for us this year in all forms. I'm delighted for him to get to the final, he deserves it with the way he's played."

  7. 'What a game of cricket'

    Kent 307-8 (49.4 overs) beat Worcestershire 306-6 by two wickets

    Jack Shantry

    Worcestershire all-rounder on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Full credit to Kent and the best of luck to them in the final.

    What a game of cricket - 600 runs scored and what a way to finish the game.

    My heart goes out to Patrick Brown.

    I know how he feels but he has been a absolute warrior, all the Worcestershire players will be disconsolate but they really have played so well.

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    Joe Gibney: Super Kent Cricket into the One Day Cup Final. Never in doubt (collapses in a heap)

    BBC Northampton commentator Alex Winter: Yet another outstanding 50-over game. T20 couldn’t dream of such drama & tension

  9. 'An incredible display from both teams'

    Kent 307-8 (49.4 overs) beat Worcestershire 306-6 by two wickets

    Fabian Cowdrey

    Ex-Kent all-rounder on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    I am lost for words.

    Heartbreak for Worcestershire, absolute jubilation for the Kent Spitfires.

    Both teams have put on an incredible display but there had to be one loser.

    Harry Podmore celebrates
  10. BreakingKent win by two wickets

    Kent 307-8 (49.4 overs) beat Worcestershire 306-6 by two wickets

    Kent have done it!

    Harry Podmore smashes a back-foot drive through the off-side to book the Spitfires a place in the final at Lord's.

    It's a devastating end for Worcestershire, who more than played their part in one of the all-time great One-Day Cup games

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  11. WICKET Kent 303-8 - target 307

    Kuhn c Mitchell b Brown 127

    Heino Kuhn is gone!

    The South African is out for a magnificent 127 from 118 balls, flicking a regulation catch to Daryl Mitchell.

    Kent need four from three now.

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  12. Kent 303-7 - target 307

    Six!

    Heino Kuhn smashes the ball sweetly over the long-on boundary rope.

    Kent need four from four balls.

  13. Kent 297-7 - target 307

    A single for Harry Podmore gets Heino Kuhn on strike.

  14. Kent 296-7 - target 307

    Patrick Brown will bowl the final over.

    Enormous pressure on the 19-year-old.

    Worcestershire will win if the scores are tied at the end of the over by virtue of having lost fewer wickets.

  15. Kent 296-7 - target 307

    And just three more from the next three balls too.

    Kent need 11 to win from the last over.

  16. Kent 293-7 - target 307

    A leg-bye and a single are all Kent have to show from Ed Barnard's first three balls.

  17. WICKET - Kent 291-7

    Kuhn 118, Podmore 0

    Matt Henry is almost caught out by a leaping effort on the leg-side boundary, the ball instead flying over the rope for six.

    His luck doesn't last long though, Patrick Brown picking up his second wicket as Brett D'Oliveira takes a sliding catch at third man.

    Kent need 16 ton win from the final two overs. Gripping stuff.

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  18. Kent 281-6 - target 307

    Kuhn 117, Henry 1

    A brilliant over from Ed Barnard, only five runs from it and picking up the crucial wicket of Alex Blake.

    Kent will still be confident so long as Heino Kuhn stays out in the middle.

  19. 'Game on'

    Kent 281-6 (47 overs) - target 307

    Fabian Cowdrey

    Ex-Kent all-rounder on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Brett D’Oliveira held his nerve and what a catch that is from Alex Blake.

    Worcestershire are still in the hunt and Kent have Heino Kuhn to get them home.

    Game on!

  20. WICKET - Kent 277-6

    Blake c D'Oliveira b Barnard 61

    Could this be the wicket that stops Kent's charge?

    Alex Blake tries to launch Ed Barnard over long-on, but he gets too much air under the stroke and Brett D'Oliveira takes the catch.

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