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Match Report

2ndXI share the spoils at Notts

2ndXI share the spoils at Notts

The 2ndXI have split their final Twenty20 match double-header against Notts today

Nottinghamshire v Lancashire, Trent College, 7 June 
1st match - Notts won by 1 run (D/L)
Notts 162 all out (19.4 overs) Bailey 3-16
Lancashire 106-3 (12) chasing revised D/L target of 108

2nd match - Lancashire won by 8 wkts
Notts 133-6 (20 overs) Newby 2-21, Agathangelou 2-24
Lancashire 134-2 (16 overs) Agathangelou 42*, Chilton 34*
Team: (both matches) Mark Chilton (capt), Andrea Agathangelou, Karl Brown, Luke Perry, Oliver Newby, Steven Cheetham, Dan Pawson(wkt), Louis Bentley, Tom Bailey, Arron Lilley, Rob Woolley
North Group Table

Derbyshire v Lancashire, Derby, 6 June 
1st match - Lancashire won by 14 runs
Lancashire 126 all out (19.4 overs) Clark 51
Derbyshire 112 all out (18 overs) Bailey 3-15, Procter 3-20, Agathangelou 2-23, Davies 5 victims (3 ct + 2 st)
Team: Mark Chilton (capt), Andrea Agathangelou, Karl Brown, Luke Procter, Jordan Clark, Oliver Newby, Steven Cheetham, Alex Davies (wkt), Louis Bentley, Tom Bailey, Arron Lilley.

2nd match - Derbyshire won by 8 wickets
Lancashire 128-7 (20 overs) Newby 29, Bentley 268, Procter 25, Brown 24
Derbyshire 129-2 (15.3 overs) Bailey 1-8
Team: Mark Chilton (capt), Andrea Agathangelou, Karl Brown, Luke Procter, Jordan Clark, Oliver Newby, Steven Cheetham, Alex Davies (wkt), Louis Bentley, Tom Bailey, Muhammad Abid.

Report: Game 1 - Derbyshire won the toss and put Lancs in to bat and that looked like a good decision as Lancashire were quickly 21 for 3 after 5 overs. That soon became 47 for 4, then 55 for 5, before Clark and Bentley steadied the ship with a partnership of 45. Clark finally went for 51 including two sixes and three fours, Lancs 100 for 6 in the 16th over. Two late blows from Bailey took the total to 126 all out in 19.4 overs

Early wickets from Newby and Bailey had Derbyshire 9 for2, before Procter took 2 wickets in his first two balls to leave Derbyshire on 29 for 4. Two stumping’s from Davies took his haul to 4 and Derbyshire 75 for 6 in the 14th. Lancs continued to pick up wickets and the 8 an over required from the 15th over proved too much for Derbyshire. Davies with his 5th victim of the game, this one caught off Bailey, finished off Derbyshire, Lancashire winning by 14 runs.

Game 2 - Put in again, Lancs made a better start , the first wicket falling for 43 (Procter for 25). Wickets then tumbled to leave Lancs at 66 for5 after 12 overs. Newby (29) and Benley(26no) put on a stand of 53 to push the total to 128 for 7 from 20 overs.

Early wicckets from Cheetham and Bailey had Derbyshire at 36 for 2 after 5 overs, but Whiteley and Poynton batted steadily putting on an unbeaten stand of 93 to win the game for Derbyshire by 8 wickets.
Darrin White

Lancashire v Durham, Blackpool, 31 May
1st match - Durham won by 4 wickets
Lancashire 123 all out (20 overs) Clark 33
Durham 126-6 (20 overs) Kerrigan 2-26, Cheetham 2-29

2nd match - Durham won by 8 wickets
Lancashire 82 all out (18.4 overs) Clark 29
Durham 86-2 (14.2 overs)

Report: In the first game Lancashire, having won the toss, lost on the last ball of a nail biting finish. Lancashire batted first and in their 20 overs made 123 all out, with. Jordan Clark (33) and Tom Bailey (20 no) batting well.

In reply Durham appeared to be well on course at 76-2 after 12 overs. At 113-5 after 19 overs 11 were need from the last over. A running catch by Louis Bentley in the deep off the second ball left 10 runs still required. A single followed by a 3 reduced the target to 6. Two fours from the last two balls gave Durham the win.
 
Durham won the toss and inserted Lancashire in the second match. This was a game in which Lancashire contributed to their own downfall with 4 run outs when batting. They mustered only 82 from 18.3 overs with Jordan Clark (26) being the only batsman to cause the Durham bowlers difficulty.

As a result the Lancashire attack was under pressure and after the power play overs Durham were past the 50 mark without losing a wicket. The visitors went on to win after 14.3 overs for the loss of 2 wickets.

 Lancashire v Yorkshire, Neston, 30 May
1st match - No result
No play was possible due to rain

2nd match - Lancashire won by 28 runs (match reduced to 10 overs per side)
Lancashire 79-8 (10 overs) Bentley 29
Yorkshire 51 all out (9.4 overs) Griffiths 3-8, Caunce 3-11

Report: The hardy spectators at Neston on Bank Holiday Monday were greeted with grey skies and a constant rain. When the rain did ease it was not enough time for the hard working groundstaff to get the ground fit enough to play the first of 2 T20 matches against Yorkshire.

Persistance prevailed and eventually the umpires gave the all clear for a game of 10 overs per side to commence at 4.27pm.
 
Lancashire won the toss and elected to bat and in their allotted overs made 79 for the loss of 8 wickets, Louis Bentley (29), and Alex Davis (14) being the main contibuters. In reply Yorkshire were bowled out for just 51 runs with Gavin Griffiths (3-6), Nicky Caunce (3-11) and Stephen Parry (2-11) leaving Lancashire winners by 28 runs.
Chris Rimmer


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