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Summary

  1. Hants beat Kent by 61 runs to win One-Day Cup
  2. Hampshire's 331-7 a record score in a Lord's final
  3. Opener Rossouw made 125 off 114 balls
  4. Alsop (72) & Northeast (75*) scored half-centuries
  5. Kent's Bell-Drummond hit 86, Billings struck 75

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By Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

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  1. Hampshire's day in the sun at Lord's

    That's about it from us. Thanks for joining us. Hampshire have their first trophy for six years, after hitting a new record total for a final at Lord's. Kent's wait for silverware continues.

    Don't forget, you can scroll down back through this feed and find match clips and lots of highlights. Enjoy! We'll see you soon.

  2. HIGHLIGHTS: Rossouw century guides Hampshire to One-Day Cup success

    It was a special knock from Rilee Rossouw and he's guided his side to victory at Lord's.

    You can watch highlights below.

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  3. Hampshire lift the One-Day Cup

    With that, England's James Vince gleefully lifts the trophy aloft for Hampshire as his squad spray the champagne behind him.

  4. Vince proud of Hampshire squad

    Hampshire win by 61 runs

    Hampshire captain James Vince tells Sky Sports:

    "I'm a very proud captain and couldn't have asked for more from the boys throughout the tournament.

    "Our fielding was [electric] today. We probably saved 30 or 40 runs in the field."

  5. WATCH: Hampshire win the One-Day Cup

    Here's the moment that Hampshire won the One-Day Cup...

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  6. 'No regrets' for Billings re: bowling first

    Hampshire win by 61 runs

    Kent captain Sam Billings tells Sky Sports that he thought Kent did well to limit Hampshire to 330.

    Asked if he has any regrets about putting Hampshire in to bat after winning the toss, Billings says no.

    The skipper, who made 75, adds: "There's definitely far more to come from this group of players, without a doubt."

  7. 'Well played Hampshire'

    Dimitri Mascarenhas

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

    Well played Hampshire, they fully deserved this win, 330 on the board in a final was always going to be a tough chase.

    It was a brilliant innings from Rilee Rossouw, well supported by Tom Alsop and Sam Northeast.

    They have been the form team in the competition out of both groups.

  8. Scoreboard pressure pays off for Hampshire

    Adam Williams

    BBC Sport at Lord's

    From the moment Heino Kuhn inexplicably ran himself out on 32 for Kent, this game seemed destined in one direction.

    Hampshire were immaculate in the field and four run outs in that Kent reply backed that up.

    Daniel Bell-Drummond couldn't find a partner to help him play the anchor role, while only one of their middle order big-hitters came off in Sam Billings.

    A 40-year wait for victory in a Lord's final goes on for Spitfires.

  9. Hampshire win the One-Day Cup

    Hampshire beat Kent by 61 runs

    Hampshire finished top of the South Group as well, let's not forget, so they've been consistent throughout this campaign.

  10. Hampshire beat Kent to win One-Day Cup

    Rilee Rossouw

    Here's Adam William's developing report from Lord's for your reading pleasure.

  11. 'Our fielding won us the game' - Dawson

    Hampshire win by 61 runs

    Hampshire's Liam Dawson tells Sky Sports:

    "It's amazing. It was pretty convincing. The way we fielded has won us the game. That's brilliant.

    "To win is very special. To post 330 in a final is a pretty good effort.

    "We knew that anything over 300 was going to be scoreboard pressure."

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  13. 'Heartbreak for Kent'

    Fabian Cowdrey

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

    Heartbreak for Kent, it's been a fantastic campaign but they can hold their heads high.

    It just hasn't been their day and they have been beaten by a Hampshire side who have got slightly more experience in big games and on the day performed better.

  14. Hampshire win by 61 runs

    The Hampshire players are overjoyed. It's a fine win, by 61 runs. It all ended when Kent skipper Sam Billings scooped the ball high towards fine leg and was caught by Dale Steyn.

    But victory for Hampshire had been on the cards ever since they posted a record score in a Lord's final.

    Hampshire celebrate winning the One-Day Cup
  15. BreakingHAMPSHIRE WIN THE ONE-DAY CUP

    Wicket Billings (c Steyn b Berg) 75

    That's it! Sam Billings is caught and Hampshire deservedly win the One-Day Cup.

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  16. Kent 269-9 (Target: 331)

    Sam Billings finds just five runs from the over, turning down singles right, left and centre in a bid to stay on strike.

    More than 20 an over is needed now. The game is surely up.

    Sam Billings
  17. Kent 264-9 (Target: 331)

    Billings 70, Qayyum 3

    With Dale Steyn bowling to Imran Qayyum, the first three balls of the over are dot balls, much to the frustration of Sam Billings as he waits down at the other end, making that decision to take a single at the end of the previous over look even stranger.

    Qayyum finds a single off the fourth ball, but then Billings can only find a single from the following two deliveries. It's slim pickings.

    It's a fine over from Steyn, with just two runs taken from it, with only four more overs to come.

    The required run rate is now 16.75 an over and Hampshire are surely the champions in waiting.

  18. Kent 262-9 (Target: 331)

    Gareth Berg bowls well as Hampshire try to keep Imran Qayyum on strike as much as possible, limiting Sam Billings to singles.

    Somewhat surprisingly, Kent take another single off the final ball of the over, to leave Qayyum on strike again at the start of the next.

    Here comes Dale Steyn again...

  19. Kent 258-9 (Target: 331)

    So, one more wicket needed for Hampshire...

  20. WATCH: Billings' hits Steyn for six

    If Kent have any chance of winning, they need a fair few more of these...

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