The exquisite round bowling display dismissed Birmingham Beer by Cutl Lankashshire out of 102 runs, as the host won the seventh wicket in the West Indies blast.


Evan Bell, the leading runner-in of the tournament, made 34 runs, while the beer faced his target to reach the quarter-finals to keep the last year’s players in the quarter.

Lincoln’s loss means the last eight eight tournaments in the Darham N Group, and although the second second part of the Red Rose does not remain, they will wait to reach until Friday to the Reddy. Above can be defeated to finish. give.

Birmingham sitting on a point behind holders Nottinghamshire Outlets, who occupy the final quarter finals with 14 points and currently playing.

After selecting the first betting, the guests beat Oliver Hunn-two from both open openings, because Voywire Simer benefited from it.

Sam Hain beat England by Dan Wells in the ground, Birmingham captain Greet Elliott got five wickets before five five after being out with 2-23.

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The 24-year-old attacker from Danny Lem provided a brief break for the power, but Jennett Patel (1-15) and Han-Delby (4-20) wrapped the tail by letting him out with 102 runs in 19 overs.

In reply, Bell and Aid Polkok shared the partnership with the first wicket of 68 runs. Earlier, Aron Lille, who won three wickets in the innings, made 36 runs before the loss of three wickets.

Mats Parkinson defeated 2-16, with which Bell made 34 runs and Adam Hoss scored 10 runs well by Willis but Klein de Grandmum made a stunning head resting the Birmingham home in 14.1 overs. Kept a cold head for

In the South Group, Half-century won the Haroon Finch’s unbeaten victory half-century to get seventy wickets in Hamburgerade, which could continue to finish the quarter finals.

The visitors scored 11 runs in innings, with the highest score of 37 in the north-east of 37 Hampshire, he lost 133-7.

Although Jason did bowling for the first ball duck by spinner Mujibur Rahman, the finch (67 vice) and Nick Madison (30 balls at 41), however the host house looked at 17.3 overs.

Sri and Glamorgan, who have two games left, are separate from a point, the wicket is currently in the quarter with 15 points. Kent sat in third with 16 points but two matches more