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Live Reporting

By Adam Williams and Matt Newsum

All times stated are UK

  1. Still to come....

    Tom Curran

    Plenty more T20 Blast action on the way this weekend, plus the Kia Super League continues as well.

    Let's hope the weather puts on a better display for all that.

    One Blast fixture tomorrow at Taunton sees Somerset host Kent while on Sunday there are six more games scheduled for the afternoon.

    We'll have full coverage of those across the BBC Sport website and app so make sure you catch up wherever you can.

    Until next time, thanks for being with us.

  2. Post update

    And that just about wraps it all up then on quite a long evening in the end....

    One total washout, two more no results, a few more rain-affected results and some standout performances.

    Wins for Somerset, Gloucestershire, Sussex, Durham and Notts all in all.


    Durham 160-5 v Derbyshire 153-7 (20 overs)

    Durham squeaked past Derbyshire at the end of a rain-affected game to keep up their hopes of reaching the knock-out stages.

    Birthday boy D'Arcy Short's 68 and a 47 from fellow opener Scott Steel helped set a defendable target of 161, but Derbyshire's own opener Billy Godleman responded with a blistering 39 to challenge.

    Wayne Madsen followed suit before exiting on 30 as Liam Trevaskis and Scott Steel set about the Derbyshire order, curtailing the fightback.

    Fynn Hudson-Prentice and Logan van Beek helped ramp up the excitement late on as the home side went for it, but not even the former's 31 from 24 balls was enough.

    Relief for the north easterners, who are up to fourth.

  4. Van Beek six lifts Derbyshire

    Derbyshire 144-7 (19 overs) v Durham 160-5

    Ouch. Nathan Rimmington is whacked for six by Logan van Beek.

    That's the danger of a man just given licence to strike out.

    17 runs to win from six balls.


    Somerset 202-4 v Hampshire 69-6 (12.1 overs)

    And that is that!

    A frustrating end to this game that Babar Azam lit up with his stunning 102 not out.

    Somerset's bowlers then did the damage early in Hampshire's reply before the rains came.

    They win by 63 runs on the DLS method and another big win takes them above Hampshire to fifth and a point outside the quarter-final places.

  6. It's raining hard at the Ageas Bowl

    Somerset 202-4 v Hampshire 69-6 (12.1 overs)


    Come on lads - I think it's time to call it a night....

  7. Smit heads for the sheds

    Derbyshire 132-7 (18.1 overs) v Durham 160-5

    Derbyshire back out in a bid to win it, but almost immediately lose Daryl Smit. Graham Clark doing the honours off a Nathan Rimmington ball.

    Still 29 to win, from 11 balls.

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  8. No keeping Derbyshire down

    Derbyshire 132-6 (17.5 overs) v Durham 160-5

    Derbyshire and Durham back out there after the rain. They'll go until the end.

    29 to win from 13 balls.

  9. Rain stops play at the Ageas Bowl

    Somerset 202-4 v Hampshire 69-6 (12.1 overs)

    Rain and lots of it comes down at the Ageas Bowl.

    This may well signal the end of the night.

    Hampshire well and truly behind the DLS par score and it may well not reach a natural conclusion with Somerset well and truly on top.


    Nottinghamshire 86-2 v Birmingham 119-9 (11 overs)

    Joe Clarke's 47 not-out helped steer Nottinghamshire to victory against Birmingham Bears on the Duckworth Lewis Stern method.

    Rain came with Notts on 86-2, chasing 120 from the Bears first-innings tally.

    It was enough to secure the two points, and push Notts up to second in North Group.


    Gloucestershire 165-8 v Surrey 94-2 (12 overs)

    Well Sam Curran gave it a good go, but even his two sixes in that last over weren't enough to help Surrey pull off a miracle.

    Gloucestershire win this rain-affected match by nine runs on the DLS method.

    Sam Curran finishes with 51 not out off 35 balls with three sixes and three fours.

    That win pushes Gloucestershire up to fourth with their third victory in eight games. Surrey still with just one win to show from their efforts this campaign.

  12. Hampshire collapsing

    Somerset 202-4 v Hampshire 59-6 (10.4 overs)

    Wickets falling all over the place for Hampshire.

    Some pretty decent fielding too from Somerset in the deep. Roelof van der Merwe takes a beauty off Jerome Taylor to dismiss Sam Northeast.

    Three wickets fall with the score on 59 for Hampshire. Not long left in this one....

  13. Derbyshire hoping for reprieve

    Derbyshire 132-6 (17.5 overs) v Durham 160-5

    Derbyshire need to get going again or lose, is the basic message from this.

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  14. Surrey need 25 off last over

    Gloucestershire 165-8 v Surrey 79-2 (11 overs)

    Nearly all over at The Oval.

    Surrey need a minor miracle to win this rain-affected contest.

  15. Dawson falls as rain starts

    Somerset 202-4 v Hampshire 59-4 (10 overs)

    No stopping Babar Azam in this game.

    Centurion earlier on for Somerset and now taking diving catches on the boundary.

    Liam Dawson is the fourth wicket to fall for Hampshire as he can't quite clear the ropes.

  16. Off at Derbyshire too

    Derbyshire 132-6 (17.5 overs) v Durham 160-5

    Unsurprisingly, it's raining in Derbyshire too.

    They're off.

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  17. Surrey need 33 off 12 balls

    Gloucestershire 165-8 v Surrey 72-2 (10 overs)

    Surrey are doing their best to make a fist of this rain-adjusted target of 105 in 12 overs against Gloucestershire.

    But even Sam Curran in the form he's in is struggling to find the boundary with enough frequency and Gloucestershire look favourites with two overs to go.

  18. More rain at Edgbaston

    Nottinghamshire 86-2 (11 overs) v Birmingham 119-9

    Frustration for Notts who want the points to close in on the top four.

    Mind you the Duckworth Lewis Stern calculations must surely favour them?

    Also, Joe Clarke is so close to a 50. Let him have a pop...

  19. Somerset in command

    Somerset 202-4 v Hampshire 47-3 (8 overs)

    Somerset v Hampshire

    Hampshire facing an uphill task at the Ageas Bowl.

    Somerset picked up three wickets in the powerplay to put their hosts well and truly on the back foot.

  20. Durham edging toward top four

    Derbyshire 119-6 (16 overs) v Durham 160-5

    Durham's hopes of climbing into the North Group top four could be lifted as they edge toward victory against Derbyshire.

    They would go level on points with Leicestershire if they win, athough a Notts victory would make it fairly interesting.

    Matt Critchley was the latest wicket, taken by Scott Steel, and leaves Derbyshire's tail seeking 39 from 18 balls.