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Derbyshire v Hampshire - as it happened
Updated 8:09pm Monday 26th August 2013 in Sport
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- YB40 champions Hampshire beat Derbyshire by 41 runs
Hampshire v Glamorgan will be played on September 7 or 9.
The semi-final draw takes place later this evening, ties to be played on September 7/9
Derbyshire 178 all out, a third wicket for Chris Wood. Hampshire's 41-run win securing a home semi-final.
177-9 the returning Wood bowls Wainwright, the ex-Yorkshire man missing with a big swing that would otherwise have landed the ball in Nottingham.
167-8 (34) fine spell from Carbs 8-0-37-3
159-8 good effort from Daws 8-1-29-2
145-8 Palladino's gone, caught at slip after driving hard at Dawson.
Wicket. @scottelstone is caught at short fine-leg attempting a sweep off Carberry for 12. Derbyshire 142-7 (29.4 overs). Target 220 to win— @DerbyshireCCC 26 August 2013
142-7 Carbs has surpassed his 2-2 for the Lions the other other day with a career-best 3-for
133-6 Alex Hughes caught at mid-off, a second wicket for Carbs.
Wicket. Johnson is superbly ran out by a direct hit attempting a second run for 4. Derbyshire 128-5 (24.1 overs); Elstone 2*. Target 220.— @DerbyshireCCC 26 August 2013
3 quick wickets for Hampshire and a good job too with Northants and Notts both going well... #yb40— @simonhwalter 26 August 2013
128-5 Johnson run out for 4 by Dimi's direct hit...
124-4 (23.1) Godleman plays on for 11 against Carberry, attempting to cut but getting a bottom edge
122-3 (22.2) Dawson has the big wicket of Chesney Hughes for 74 (80 balls, three fours, two sixes), taking a return catch after switching to the Pavilion End.
108-2 (20) Good first over from Michael Carberry, brought on after taking three cheap wickets with his off-spin for the Lions against Bangladesh A last week.
105-2 (19) Godleman (9*) whipped Briggs for four through mid-wicket, Hughes is 59*
96-2 (18) Hughes thumps Dawson for four through the covers
87-2 (16.4) Briggs bowls Paul Borrington for a 33-ball 25 in his 3rd over. Billy Godleman joins Hughes.
87-1 The one and only Chesney Hughes has a 57-ball 50
67-1 (12) David Griffiths conceded 13 from his first over after 5-0-21-1 from Chris Wood. Briggs now on for Dimi (6-0-29-0)
52-1 (10) Another Hughes six, a top-edged pull against Wood sailing over Dimi's head at fine-leg. Cardigan Connor brought his fellow Anguillan over to England four years ago and he has not looked back since making his Derbyshire debut in 2010.
44-1 (9) Hughes showing why ex-Hants star Cardigan Connor rates him so highly, hitting Dimi back over his head for the second six of the match
34-1 (8) Good powerplay for Hampshire, Wood and Dimi very tidy
Wicket. @Wjdurston3 attempts to cut Wood but gets fine edge and caught behind for 4. Derbyshire 27-1 (6 overs) @ChesneyH22 20*. Target 220— @DerbyshireCCC 26 August 2013
27-1 (6) Derbyshire captain Wes Durston's gone, caught behind after a fine nick through to Wheater. Hughes going well on 21*.
19-0 (4) Hughes has most of the runs after going to 16 by driving Wood powerfully to the cover boundary
6-0 (1) Good start for the home side, Chesney Hughes driving Dimi Mascarenhas powerfully for four.
@simonhwalter @MarkEklid What if they don't and Essex bt Lancs?— @stevebone1 26 August 2013
@stevebone1 @MarkEklid they won't go through if 2 from Notts Northants and Glam win away in groups A & C. (3 gp winners & best ru qualify)— @simonhwalter 26 August 2013
if #hantscricket defend 219-7 at Derby they'll secure a #YB40 semi-final. Pics courtesy of @MarkEklid #multitasker http://t.co/xJqINduqjg— @simonhwalter 26 August 2013
End of the Hampshire innings at 219-7. It's a slow wicket but that's not out of range for Derbyshire.— @MarkEklid 26 August 2013
Hampshire finish on 219-7, captain Jimmy Adams top scoring with 64. Hard to see Derbyshire chasing down this 5.5 runs-an-over target without Madsen and Chanderpaul.
217-7 (39.4) Dimi tucked into a long-hop, cutting four more against Alasdair Evans before what could be his final innings for Hampshire ended with a drive straight to mid-off. He made a 17-ball 24.
208-6 (39) Huge 6 from Mascarenhas over the pavilion against Knight, the first maximum of the innings
202-6 Powerfully driven fours from Wheater and Dimi, through the covers and the off-side
193-6 (38) Dimi Mascarenhas, the only survivor from Hampshire's last List A match here a decade ago, pulled Evans for his first boundary
187-6 (37) Wheater (9*) hits Knight for four over extra cover
180-6 (36) Liam Dawson (15 from 18 balls) hit three fours in four balls - driven over extra cover, a top-edged hook and then pulled through mid-wicket before he was caught at mid -off in the same Alex Hughes over.
167-5 (35) just a single off that Tom Knight over, Wheater and Dawson on 4 and 3 respectively...
160-5 (32) A single apiece for Dawson and Wheater so far
158-5 (31.1) Adams lbw to Alex Hughes for 64 (78 balls, four fours) after a good first over from rookie slow left-armer Tom Knight. Dawson and Wheater the new batsmen.
157-4 (30) Ervine's bowled by a Durston off-break for 12, the perfect way for the home captain to finish his spell (8-0-38-3)
141-3 (27) Jimmy Adams reached his first fifty (59 balls) in seven YB40 innings before pulling Wainwright (8-0-33-2) powerfully to Durston at mid-wicket, where the half-chance went down
126-3 (24) Jimmy Adams goes to 42 courtesy of a misfield at mid-on
120-3 (22.1) Neil McKenzie has gone for 16, bowled by David Wainwright's arm ball.
120-2 (22) Adams hit medium pacer Alex Hughes for a welcome boundary
109-2 (20) Hampshire fans with long memories may remember the county's last one-day match at Derby a decade ago, when they won 45-over promotion despite a fourth successive defeat. They can progress to the YB40 semi-finals today even if they lose this match, but after this start against a weakened Derbyshire team the defending champions should qualify with the best record in the country.
100-2 (19) Hampshire still going at just over five an over against the twirlies...
91-2 (17) Adams (17*) has offered a few half chances in the last couple of overs but he and McKenzie (8*) ticking along nicely against the spin of Durston and Wainwright
81-2 (15) Frustrating end to Vince's innings after getting Hampshire off to another excellent start. McKenzie has joined Adams in the middle.
76-1 (14.4) Vince has gone for 40 (47 balls) after lofting an easy catch to deep mid-off in slow left-armer Wainwright's second over.
73-1 (14) Durston back into the attack with a tidy over.
71-1 (13) Good first over from former Yorkshire slow left-armer David Wainwright
69-1 (12) Beautifully off-driven four from Vince against Palladino, but the over ends with Adams lucky to be run out after being sent back.
63-1(11). Hants going at two an over since the powerplay.
61-1 (10). Having conceded two Vince fours in his previous overs, Palladino recovered well
58-1 (9) Another good over from Evans.
57-1 (8). Powerplay over, Hampshire going very well. Vince 29* (24).
Adams off the mark by cutting Evans for four during an otherwise good over from the Scotsman. 43-1 (7)
Carberry has gone for a run-a-ball 20 after driving Evans low to Durston at short mid-wicket. 39-1 (6.3)
Vince drives Palladino disdainfully through the offside. 37-0 (6)
Carberry's cut Evans for four more 31-0 (5)
Carberry flashed another boundary backward of point against Palladino's seam-up. 26-0 (4)
Good start from Scotland seamer Alasdair Evans. 20-0 (3)
Textbook off-driven four from James Vince against Tony Palladino. 14-0 (2)
Michael Carberry cover-drove and cut successive boundaries against Derbyshire captain Wes Durston's off spin. 9-0 (1)
TEAM NEWS | Derbyshire are unchanged. Scott Elstone to appear in his second game for the Club, while Wes Durston will Captain the side #YB40— @DerbyshireCCC 26 August 2013
DERBYSHIRE: C.Hughes, Durston, Borrington, Godleman, Elstone, A.Hughes, Johnson, Wainwright, Palladino, Knight, Evans #YB40 #KidsgoFREE— @DerbyshireCCC 26 August 2013
sunny in Derby, #hantscricket will only fail to reach #YB40 semis if they lose and two from Notts, Northants & Glamorgan win away from home— @simonhwalter 26 August 2013
Royals: Carberry, Vince, Adams*, McKenzie, Ervine, Dawson, Wheater+, Mascarenhas, Wood, Griffiths, Briggs
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