Danny Mohamed leads Cambridgeshire to victory in the National Counties Trophy group

Danny Mohammed Swept cambridgeshire win over for eight wickets shropshire in their National Counties Trophy Group Three match in Exning.

The Peterborough Town seamer took five for six in 5.3 overs as Shropshire lost their last six wickets for 15 runs.

It was Mohamed’s first bowl in the competition, when rain washed away his debut half-stage against Norfolk last week.

Mohammad struck with his third delivery as he bowled Shropshire captain Graham Wag, the former Warwickshire, Derbyshire and Glamorgan all-rounder, and dropped one of the last six wickets as Shropshire were bowled out for 75 for four. , which was his lowest overall score. competition.

Cambridgeshire lost two early wickets but added 59 runs in an unbroken third wicket partnership with Ben Seabrook and Nikhil Gorantla with 31 overs to spare.

northumberland Took two wins in a week by defeating someone who had not won a trophy match for six years until last week herefordshire By three wickets in a tight Group One tie at Brockhampton.

Herefordshire failed to score a Polish debut trophy century from Ben Chapman-Lillee as only one other batsman topped 30 and also failed to bat in his full 50 overs, which meant a total of 262 at least 20 light. appeared.

In contrast to half-centuries from John Oswell (66 runs in 39 balls) and Jack Jessop (65 runs in 42 overs), Northumberland almost half of their target, but then took three wickets in four balls with the slow left hand of Herefordshire captain Matt Pardo. Lost from

Oswell was dismissed in the deep, the first ball was bowled to former Durham and Ireland batsman Stuart Poynter and Northumberland coach Dan Shurben, playing his first trophy match in 11 years, was dismissed next to wicketkeeper Luke Powell with a hat-trick ball. escaped from

One Herefordshire were 130 for four but Ed Foreman (37) and Matt Scott (41 not out) helped Jessop into the chase, ending Herefordshire’s hopes of a place in the quarter-finals.

oxfordshire And cumbria In the other Group One tie, Banbury shared the spoils with a thrilling tie.

Former Durham batsman Gary Pratt hit his second century in as many trophy matches with Newcastle all-rounder Brody Glendinning with a violent 35-ball 51 to help Cumbria make 255 for eight, which included five sixes.

Oxfordshire captain Johnny Cater countered with a century of his own – 104 off 118 balls – but no one else scored 30.

Glendining impressed with five for 31 including Prav Chahal in the first ball of the last over. Oxfordshire needed nine runs to win but Joe Thomas was run out trying to take the second run off the last ball.

Former Northamptonshire captain Alex Wakely scored 115 runs in 114 balls to assist bedfordshire 88 runs to win cornwall in Southill Park.

Wakely’s century was his first for Bedfordshire as he rejoined them this season after retiring from first-class cricket, and he shared a 213-run third-wicket partnership with left-handed opener Fayaz Hommune, who took his first innings lead. Scored a century at the start of the trophy.

Cornwall never came to grips with his run chase against an attack that again involved Leicestershire seamer Alex Evans. The slow left-armer George Darlow, the son of ECB interim president Martin, took three for 44 from where he started his career.

hertfordshire defeat Devon By three wickets in a low-scoring contest at Hertford, where former Essex batsman Kishan Velani played the deciding innings.

Ed Middleton and Adam Smalls shared a seventh-wicket partnership of 59 runs at 66 for seven as Devon was dismissed for 149.

Seamer Jigar Mehta returned best figures of five for 30 in the trophy before Velani helped Hertfordshire win for 58 runs with 18 overs to spare.

Dan Goody tried his best to propel Hertfordshire to victory, taking four for 48, the last three when victory was in sight.

Will Evans took Cheshire Win over for easy six wickets norfolk at Chester Boughton Hall with the second trophy century of his career.

Evans scored an unbeaten 103 off just 70 balls with 18 fours and five sixes as Cheshire set a target of 249 runs with seven and a half overs to spare.

Norfolk’s 248 for eight was based around Sam Arthurton’s 77, with former Cheshire captain Rick Moore taking three wickets in his first appearance of the season.

drama in dorchester dorset defeat buckinghamshire by three wickets in Group Four

The Buckinghamshire shift was interrupted to allow a local Air Ambulance helicopter to land on the outfield so that a patient could be taken to a nearby hospital.

Buckinghamshire scored 141 runs on either side of stoppage, with Bournemouth seamer Ollie Bracken taking four wickets in his second appearance for Dorset.

Buckinghamshire captain Tom Hampton, East Gloucestershire, responded with three wickets, but Dorset got home with almost five overs to spare thanks to cameos from Ollie Soames (39) and Sam Young (30).

it was more straightforward for Wiltshire who defeated Staffordshire By 63 runs at Warminster.

Wiltshire posted 345 for six with Jake Goodwin (73) and Josh Lawrence (66) putting on 137 for the second wicket and 104 for the sixth wicket with Ben Draper (73) and Michael Reynolds (41 not out).

Player/coach Alex Mellor was dismissed for 70 off 51 balls at the top of the order but Staffordshire were kept in check by Wiltshire’s slower bowlers despite useful contributions up the order.

Left-arm Jake Linnot, back from playing for Warwickshire in the Vitality Blast, and captain Ed Young shared six wickets between them.

National County Trophy

group one

Brockhampton: herefordshire 262 (Ben Chapman-Lily 117), northumberland 267-7 (John Oswell 66, Ed Foreman 65, Matt Pardo 4-47). Northumberland won by three wickets.

Banbury: cumbria 255-8 (Gary Pratt 112, Brody Glendinning, 51 not out), oxfordshire 255 (Johnny Cater 104, Brody Glendinning 5-31). match tie.

group two

Southill Park: bedfordshire 274-4 (Alex Wakely 115, Fayaz Hommune 114), cornwall 186. Bedfordshire won by 88 runs.

Hertford: Devon 149 (Jigar Mehta 5-30), hertfordshire 151-7 (Kishan Velani 58 not out, Dan Goody 4-48). Hertfordshire won by three wickets.

group three

Xing: shropshire 90 (Danny Mohammed 5-6), cambridgeshire 91-2. Cambridgeshire won by eight wickets.

Chester Boughton Hall: norfolk 248-8 (Sam Arthurton 77), Cheshire 249-4 (Will Evans 103 not out). Cheshire won by six wickets.

group four

Dorchester: buckinghamshire 141 (Oli Bracken 4-27), dorset 142-7. Dorset won by three wickets.

Warminster: Wiltshire 345-6 (Jake Goodwin 73, Ben Draper 73, Josh Lawrence 66), Staffordshire 282 (Alex Mailer). Wiltshire won by 63 runs.

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