Hampshire captain James Vince admitted his side's NatWestT20Blast semi-final defeat to Notts Outlaws was "very frustrating".

When Vince reaches his 25-ball fifty, Hampshire were 90-2 at halfway needing 79 from the last ten overs after conceding 169-7.

"We got ourselves into a good position," Vince said.

"After 11 overs we needed 70 with seven wickets in hand which is a position we would certainly have taken, but we just lost too many wickets through that middle period as they took the pace off the ball.

"They took their time with the bat in the middle overs but didn't lose wickets and, in the end, we left too much for our bowlers to do.

"It's hard to tell exactly what a good score is, especially in a semi-final, but we definitely felt confident at halfway.

We didn't get off to a good start, unfortunately Shahid didn't come off today, but we then got ourselves into a pretty good position and the game was set up nicely for us.

"After 14 group games with a lot of hard effort over six weeks or whatever it is, to get to Finals Day and for it to end pretty abruptly is very frustrating."