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Live Reporting

By Adam Williams, Rob Stevens and Josef Rindl

All times stated are UK

  1. Derbyshire cruising

    Derbyshire 86-1 (15 overs) v Northamptonshire 100

    Northants heading for a quick defeat as Wayne Madsen (39) hits a four to give Derbyshire just 15 more to chase from their last five overs.

  2. Kent in control

    Kent 134-1 (15 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    Kent take 12 runs from Imran Tahir's final over.

    The hosts need 38 runs from the final five overs to take victory.

  3. Worcestershire need 55 off 36 balls

    Birmingham Bears 184-5 v Worcestershire Rapids 130-1 (14 overs)

    Henry Brookes sends down an economical over for Birmingham Bears - over to skipper Jeetan Patel now to try and force a breakthrough.

  4. for Moeen Ali

    Worcestershire need 61 more off 42 balls

    50 up for Moeen Ali off just 28 balls with six fours and three sixes.

    Classy shots all over the park. I imagine my colleagues will be making a highlights reel out of that later!

  5. Moeen goes big again!

    Worcestershire need 68 off 46 balls

    Worcestershire needed that!

    Moeen Ali strikes Will Rhodes for a six straight down the ground first ball of his spell.

    Happy with one? No - repeats the dose very next ball with a nice bunt over deep mid wicket for six more.


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  6. WICKET: Crawley st Foakes b Tahir 59

    Kent 115-1 (12.4 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    The breakthrough Surrey needed, as Zak Crawley is stumped by Ben Foakes.

    The batsman was attacking Imran Tahir, but the expereinced South African matched to catch the opener out.

    Still, Crawley and Daniel Bell-Drummond (52 not out off 34 balls) have got Kent off to a great start.

    Tahir is a dangerous man to let into the game though. Heino Kuhn is the new man in for the Spitfires.

  7. Worcs need 80 off 48 balls

    Birmingham Bears 184-5 v Worcestershire Rapids 105-1 (13 overs)

    Decent over from off-spinner Chris Green to keep things tight for Brimingham.

    Seven overs to go and Rapids see their required rate climb again.

  8. BreakingGloucestershire beat Somerset by 25 runs

    Somerset 164 all out (19.3 overs) v Gloucestershire 189-4

    Ryan Higgins finishes it all off for the hosts as Alex Waller is caught by Tom Smith.

    Gloucestershire strengthen their place in the top four after beating a Somerset side who started the evening a point and a place behind them.

    Glos move on to 14 points and leapfrog Middlesex.

    They could be up to second if Kent lose, but the Spitfires are well placed in their match against Surrey.

  9. Worcs need 85 more off 54 balls

    Birmingham Bears 184-5 v Worcestershire Rapids 100-1 (11 overs)

    Hi Ho Silver Lining belts out across the Edgbaston PA.

    Worcestershire look like they'll be finding that silver lining at this rate as Riki Wessels and Moeen Ali keep their score ticking over.

  10. Tye brings Glos close to victory

    Somerset 163-9 (19 overs) v Gloucestershire 189-4

    Two wickets in the 19th over from Andrew Tye have almost tied this one up for Gloucestershire.

    Tom Lammonby is bowled for 31 and then Tim Groenewald goes for a duck.

    Somerset need an unliekly 27 from the final over.

  11. BreakingNotts beat Foxes by seven wickets

    Nottinghamshire 165-3 (18.5 overs) v Leicestershire (161-8)

    It was all a little bit too easy in the end for Nottinghamshire as they chased down Leicestershire's total of 161-8.

    Alex Hales struck a classy 60 while Ben Duckett fell just short of his half-century, making 47.

  12. for Crawley

    Kent 101-0 (10 overs) v Surrey 171-7

    Kent are making straightforward work of this chase.

    Zak Crawley has moved on to 53 not out, with two fours and three sixes in his knock.

    Daniel Bell-Drummond is on to 45 unbeaten.

    Kent need 71 to win from 10 overs. They'll get them easily unless Surrey take some wickets.

  13. Rapids chugging on

    Birmingham Bears 184-5 v Worcestershire Rapids 97-1 (10 overs)

    Worcestershire showing just why they are such a dangerous force to retain their title this year.

    Moeen Ali and Riki Wessels making light work of this target of 185 at this stage.

    Bears in desperate need of a breakthrough to stop some of these shots from Moeen Ali...

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  14. WICKET: van der Merwe c b Higgins 17

    Somerset 161-7 (17.5 overs) v Gloucestershire 189-9

    A relatively tight over from Ryan Higgins, who then picks up the wicket of Roelof van der Merwe

    Tom Lammonby is still there unbeaten on 30, but Somerset need another 29 runs from 13 balls...

    Tim Groenewald is the new man in.

  15. Derbyshire breezing through

    Derbyshire 50-1 (9 overs) v Northamptonshire 100

    Derbyshire taking their time, looking relaxed as they reach 50-1.

    Billy Godleman with 17 and Wayne Madsen with 12 runs guiding the hosts to a seemingly big win.


    Yorkshire Vikings 146-6 v Durham 132

    A quite extraordinary collapse by Durham hands Yorkshire a vital win....

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    Jack Shutt with 5-11 and Adam Lyth with 3-19 the chief destroyers.

  17. Moeen still ticking

    Birmingham Bears 184-5 v Worcestershire Rapids 81-1 (8 overs)

    Moeen Ali on a mission here for Worcestershire.

    Rapids are chugging along nicely and Moeen has 25 off just 13 balls with some brilliant striking.

    This one's going the distance.

  18. Durham blowing their chance

    Yorkshire 146-6 v Durham 131-9 (18.5 overs)

    Well, well - talk about spurning a great chance.

    Durham have well and truly thrown away this game against Yorkshire after being in total control at 70-0 chasing 147.

    Adam Lyth in on the act now to take crucial wickets in the closing stages and Yorkshire need just one more for an unexpected win.

  19. Lammonby leads Somerset flurry

    Somerset 145-6 (16 overs) v Gloucestershire 189-9

    Somerset have come back into it at Bristol through Tom Lammonby, who has 25 runs off 11 balls.

    The visitors need 45 runs to win from the final four overs to win.

    This is still doable...

  20. Moeen goes big!

    Birmingham Bears 184-5 v Worcestershire Rapids 65-1 (6.4 overs)

    Moeen Ali in at three for Worcestershire and he fancies this tonight.

    An impressive six deep into the stands at Edgbaston off Henry Brookes. Superb striking.

    Follows it up with a straight four down the ground next ball.

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