The team Durham made a struggle in the past day match on 27th July 2016 and easing the match to a four wicket within 14 balls against the Warwickshire in the South Northumberland CC, Royal London Cup 2016. Mark Stoneman, being the one day captain and Paul Collingwood made his team move to a victory by whipping 53 out of 33 balls. Sam Hain shares the third wicket with Tim Ambrose on a stand of 143. But Usman Arshad bowling at the end of the innings with three wickets in 50 balls made trouble for the opposite team with a fell short on 292 for seven wickets. In the first few overs of the match in Mustard, Stuart Poynter took a catch of two wickets and Chris Rushworth made out by Will Porterfield in the third over.
Bresnan Leads the Yorkshire to Victory
The north group cricket has offered more entertainment for the supporters of more than 5000 at north main road. With two balls to spare, the Yorkshire defeat Nottinghamshire nearly by two wickets. The Royal London Cup match was held on 27th of July, 2016. The match was a significant victory for Tim Bresnan, who has made successively two wickets drop with a new ball, which leads to win the match. By winning the match, the team Yorkshire has a chance to play quarter finals of the tournament Royal London Cup 2016. The result at Scarborough was very hard indeed on the player Steven Mullaney, who is not out for 89 in Nottinghamshire. Dan Christian made half century, along with three wickets in the Notts team. Adam Lyth of Yorkshine made a good start of hitting two sixes and five fours when the team requires 252 runs to win the match.
Surrey Huddle Gloucestershire in the Final Rematch
The Royal London Cup South Group at Kia Oval was held on 27th July, 2016 with the Surrey and Gloucestershine team. Batty, Surrey captain ran through the lower and middle order, Gloucestershire with all out took 158 runs in his side of 50 overs match on total 323 for eight wickets. Winning over the match moved Surrey to third place in the South Group. Rory Burns, Sam Curran and Steevan Davies made half century and also Batty and Jade Dernbach took three wickets in 33 ball, which made the Surrey team perform well in the match. Burn made 50 and Davies made 79, is the remarkable performance of Surrey team. Gloucestershire’s loss of Phil Mustard, Chris Dent and Michael Klinger would never be recovered to the Dernbach’s pace bowling.
Lancashire’s Impressive Display of Cup in the North Group
The match was played between Derbyshire and Lancashire in the North Group Royal London Cup, Derby. Lancashire scored 281 for 8 beating Derbyshire who made a score of 254 for 9 wickets by 27 run rate. At the country ground, the Lancashire team received the campaign Royal London Cup with an all round present that conserved 27 runs. Derbyshire players played well, Hamish Rutherford with 47 and Billy Godleman with 91 out of 98 balls, but the trouble was made by Kyle Jarvis after taking four wickets for 31 runs. Liam Livingstone’s best one career is 98 from 98 balls and also Steven Croft’s 68 balls lead Lancashire to 281 runs for eight wickets. In the first ten overs, the Lancashire struggled on the pitch after choosing to bat. By cutting consecutive balls, Livingstone gave the winning momentum from the Shiv Thakor balls. Alex Hughes’s run out Tom Smith from middle on in the 19th over. After the half break, the Livingstone were 101 for three wickets and Thakor for long six to attain 50 from 54 balls.