Ollie Robinson repeats Kent win while Glamorgan starts well on defense

Ollie Robinson destroyed Kent’s highest individual ODI score of 206 not out off 131 balls, helping his team easily chase down a score of 351 for eight on the opening day of the Royal London Cup.

The wicketkeeper-batsman hit six sixes and 27 fours to guide the visitors to a seven-wicket victory with more than five overs to spare in Group B’s match.

He shared a second wicket of 204 runs with opener Ben Compton (75) to stay ahead of the Test run rate and was at the end of Darren Stevens’ winning run in the 45th over.

Worcestershire had earlier staged a remarkable recovery at 36 for four with Kashif Ali (114) and Ed Barnard (79) leading the middle-order battle.

Defending champions Glamorgan beat their hosts for just 110 runs in 30 overs to register an eight-wicket win over Derbyshire.

Netherlands international Tim van der Guggen took four for 41 – removing three of the top four with just 29 on the board – with only Matty McKiernan (43) in any match being reduced to 47 overs due to rain. reduced resistance.

Despite losing both the openers after scoring only 28 runs, Kiran Carlsen’s unbeaten 54 saw the visitors with almost 25 overs to spare after an 84-run stand with Colin Ingram (30 not out).

A 209-run opening stand between Will Frain and Harry Duke set up Yorkshire’s 33-run win over Duckworth/Lewis’ Northamptonshire.

Fran smashed 143 off 107 balls with eight sixes and 12 fours, including his teammate’s 111, with third-ranked William Luxton scoring 84 off 53 as the hosts posted 353 for five in a short allotment of 46 overs. scored runs.

Yorkshire’s Will Frain scored 143 in the win over Northamptonshire (Mike Egerton/PA)

In contrast, the visitors lost both openers with only 36 on the board, but the middle order, led by Will Young’s 91 and Lewis McManus’ 82, made up for an entertaining chase before they had 10 balls to spare. Lived out.

Lancashire’s match against Essex at Cedeburg in Cumbria was called off without a ball being bowled.

Dom Sibley’s unbeaten run-a-ball 106 in Group A gave Warwickshire an easy eight-wicket win over Gloucestershire at Cheltenham.

Set 265 for victory, the England batsman shared an opening stand of 152 runs with Rob Yates (87) and then scored 66 runs with Will Rhodes (40) to seal the victory in the 39th over.

Ben Wells (76) and Zafar Gohar (62) were the only home players to score significant scores as the Warwickshire bowlers shared wickets.

Another opener at Guildford ran his bat for a century as Leicestershire beat Surrey by seven wickets.

Nick Welch scored 127 off 125 balls, with Wynn Mulder (71no) at his unbroken fourth-wicket stand of 141, watching his side with 10 overs remaining after being asked to chase 247 for victory. Happened.

Ben Geddes (73) led the scoring for the hosts, but only Nico Reifer (45) and Josh Blake (44) could contribute significantly to the support as they took eight wickets at four for 39 from Beuran Hendrix. Did it

Nottinghamshire’s Brett Hutton took three for 24 as they beat Sussex by 65 runs to beat Matthew Montgomery’s 290 for seven for 87.

The visiting team was dismissed by Tom Alsop for 75 runs in 44 overs.