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Summary

  1. Hampshire won the toss and chose to bowl first
  2. Middlesex bottom of South Group
  3. Hampshire one place above Middlesex
  4. In-play highlights available to UK users only

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    And that's all from us tonight! Thanks for following the match on the BBC Sport website on a night when a 44-ball 60 from Paul Stirling and three wickets apiece from Ashton Agar and Steven Finn helped Middlesex to victory.

    You can view the match scorecard here and we will be back again tomorrow at 14:30 BST for some action from the Women's Super League as Yorkshire Diamonds face Lancashire Thunder.

  2. WICKET - Middlesex win by 22 runs

    Edwards c Agar b Bravo 7 (Hampshire 143 all out)

    And it's all over!

    Fidel Edwards heaves the ball towards long-on and Ashton Agar is perfectly placed to take the catch.

    Hampshire were looking well placed when on 97-2 in the 11th over but wickets tumbled quickly and they end up 23 runs short.

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  3. WICKET

    Stevenson run out (sub) 3 (Hampshire 142-9)

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    Alsop c Morgan b Finn 20 (Hampshire 132-8)

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    Wood c Gubbins b Finn 0 (Hampshire 132-7)

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    McManus c Gubbins b Helm 0 (Hampshire 128-6)

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    Dawson c Holden b Fuller 14 (Hampshire 127-5)

    Liam Dawson hooks towards deep mid-wicket with some venom but Max Holden is there, he backtracks slightly, tosses it up in the air and then takes it at the second attempt - excellent catch.

    He'll be delighted to make amends for his run-out earlier

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  8. WICKET

    Rossouw c Stirling b Agar 4 (Hampshire 97-4)

    Two wickets in two balls for Ashton Agar.

    With his team having just lost a wicket, Rilee Rossouw plays a paddle shot that goes straight to Paul Stirling at short fine leg and he takes an easy catch.

    Middlesex are right back in this.

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    Munro c Fuller b Agar 58 (Hampshire 97-3)

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    Northeast st Simpson b Agar 27 (Hampshire 89-2)

    Sam Northeast comes down the track and wildly swings at the ball, he misses it by quite some distance and wicketkeeper John Simpson collects and stumps him.

    That looked like a pre-determined shot from Northeast and Agar was wise to it.

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  11. Munro hits Finn for six

    Colin Munro is going along nicely so far and has 33 off 14 balls.

    Here he is hitting a six over bowler Steven Finn's head.

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    Vince c & b Finn 4 (Hampshire 4-1)

    Not the start Hampshire would have wanted.

    James Vince top edges straight up in the air as he plays across the line to a Steven Finn bouncer, the bowler can't believe his luck as he takes an easy catch.

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  13. Hampshire require 166

    Middlesex end their innings on 165-8 and they will be grateful to opener Paul Stirling, he made an entertaining 60 off 44 balls.

    Hampshire captain James Vince will be hoping his side can chase that total under the lights at Lord's.

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    Fuller b Edwards 6 (Middlesex 148-8)

    Fidel Edwards bowls a low full toss and it clatters into James Fuller's stumps.

    Fuller won't be happy with that dismissal.

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    Bravo run out (Vince) 20 (Middlesex 147-7)

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    Agar c Wood b Mujeeb 4 (Middlesex 147-6)

  17. Dropped catch

    John Simpson is back in the pavilion after being run-out, but just before his dismissal he survived a catching opportunity.

    Rilee Rossouw made a hash of his attempted catch at deep mid-off.

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    Stirling c Alsop b Munro 60 (Middlesex 123-5)

    Paul Stirling is gone.

    He tries to clear the biggest boundary but doesn't get enough on it and Tom Alsop takes the catch at deep mid-wicket.

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    Simpson run out (Dawson) 7 (Middlesex 122-4)

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    Gubbins b Edwards 17 Middlesex (Middlesex 106-3)

    Bowled him!

    Nick Gubbins is gone as he edges onto his stumps from a Fidel Edwards delivery.

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