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Live Reporting

By Adam Williams, Rob Stevens and Josef Rindl

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks and good night!

    Entertaining stuff all round from those six games tonight.

    The race for the quarter-finals takes another twist.

    One side looking well set for the last eight is Worcestershire - we'll leave you with the moment they completed an impressive win at Edgbaston against Birmingham Bears...

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    Until next time....

  2. How do the tables look?

    So after tonight's six games - what's that down to the two tables?

    Starting with the North Group - Worcestershire in a strong position....


    And here's the state of play in the South where Sussex stay top and Gloucestershire climb to second....

  3. Mo the man for Rapids

    Birmingham Bears 184-5 v Worcestershire Rapids 188-1

    The night belongs to one man - take a bow Moeen Ali!

    Holders Worcestershire show why they are contenders again this season by smashing Birmingham Bears by nine wickets.

    Here's one of Moeen's six sixes from his 85 not out for you to enjoy...

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  4. Jacks the man for Surrey

    Kent 170-3 (20 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    Kent will be wondering how they lost that one.

    The Spitfires were 115-0 in the thirteenth over of their chase.

    Surrey undoubtedly have Will Jacks to thank for his 63 from 27 balls towards the end of their innings.

    Surrey still have an outside chance of a quarter-final place, while Kent slip to third in the South Group table.


    Kent 170-3 (20 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    A single means Kent need a six from the final ball to win.

    Heino Kuhn goes big into the off side, but his shot falls about three yards short.

    He gets a four, and Surrey have as narrow a win as is possible!

    What a finish and what a win by the visitors.

  6. Surrey close in on win

    Kent 165-3 (19.4 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    Kent get a couple more with the third ball off the over.

    Then Sam Billings plays and misses at one outside the off stump.

    Seven needed off two balls now.


    A commanding display from the holders as Worcestershire Rapids beat Birmingham Bears by nine wickets.

    A superb effort to chase down 185 and do it with eight balls to spare.

    Moeen Ali makes an unbeaten 85 from 46 balls with seven fours and six sixes.

    Take nothing away from Riki Wessels - he finishes 65 not out off just 51 balls.

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  8. Kent need nine off four balls

    Kent 162-3 (19.2 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    A single off the first ball, then a two.

    Kent need nine off the final four balls...

  9. Just three more to win off 12 balls

    Birmingham Bears 184-5 v Worcestershire Rapids 182-1 (18 overs)

    Worcestershire nearly home as Hey Jude gets belted out by the Edgbaston crowd.

    Riki Wessels tries to finish off from a free hit but only picks out a fielder. Gets just the single from Henry Brookes' last ball.

  10. Curran to bowl the last over

    Kent 159-3 (19 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    Kent will need 12 runs from the final over to win it.

    Surrey need to win to keep their quarter-final hopes alive.

    Sam Curran will bowl the final over.

  11. Derbyshire win moves them into top four

    Derbyshire 101-1 v Northamptonshire 100

    The Falcons win easy as Wayne Madsen grabs 50.

    Derbyshire are still in the running for the knockout spot after winning with 17 balls to spare and nine wickets in hand.

    A miserable night for the Steelbacks as Northants' strong start scoring 32 without loss crumbles before they lost 7 for 17 in 5.2 overs.

    Derbyshire move into fourth place whilst the Steelbacks sit bottom of the table.

  12. WICKET: Blake c S Curran b Dernbach 2

    Kent 157-3 (18.4 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    Alex Blake goes! He cuts it to the man at the third man boundary!

    Kent need 15 from 8 balls now. This will go to the wire...

  13. Just 14 needed off 18 balls

    Birmingham Bears 184-5 v Worcestershire 171-1 (17 overs)

    20 runs taken off Alex Thomson's over and Worcestershire are almost over the line.

    Shots like this are what have got them there...

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  14. WICKET: Bell-Drummond c Stoneman b Dernbach 64

    Kent 154-2 (18.1 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    The cat is among the pigeons!

    Daniel Bell-Drummond finds a thick edge and is caught by Mark Stoneman.

    Surrey captain Jade Dernbach with the wicket.

    Alex Blake makes his way to the middle to join Heino Kuhn.

  15. Tight over from Clarke

    Kent 154-1 (18 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    A good over from Jordan Clark - just six runs come from it.

    Kent are losing a bit of momentum. Eighteen are required from 12 balls.

    They could do with someone to cause carnage like Will Jacks did at the end of the Surrey innings.

  16. Sixes again from Moeen!

    Worcestershire need 21 off 22 balls

    This has well and truly been the Moeen Ali show tonight.

    Alex Thomson gets clobbered for back-to-back sixes over deep mid-wicket and this game is almost done!

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  17. for Wayne Madsen

    Derbyshire 100-1 (16.5 overs) v Northamptonshire 100

    It's Wayne Madsen's night for Derbyshire, snatching a half-century with just one to win for the hosts.

  18. Kent need eight an over

    Kent 148-1 (17 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    Kent have three overs left to get 24 more runs.

    Daniel Bell-Drummond is still there on 62 not out.

    There is still some work to do to finish it off. One wicket might bring out the nerves from the Spitfires.

  19. for Riki Wessels

    Worcestershire need 34 off 24 balls

    Slog sweep four from Riki Wessels at the end of the 16th over brings up his 50 from just 42 balls.

    Down to 34 more to win from the last four overs for the holders.

  20. Moeen dispatches Patel!

    Worcestershire need 45 off 30 balls


    It was building up nicely this contest as Jeetan Patel built some pressure for Birmingham with a tidy over.

    Moeen Ali sensed he needed a big shot off the Bears skipper's last two balls.

    Down the ground he went and six it is for Worcestershire.

    Last five overs to come...

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