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T20 Blast 2015

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    Somerset's West Indies star Chris Gayle is to miss the T20 Blast match against Glamorgan on Saturday and return home early because of an "immense workload".
     
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    13 June - South Group
    Glamorgan
    43 for 1 beat Somerset 159 for 5 (Cooper 84*) by two runs - D/L method
     
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    14 June - South Group
    Gloucestershire
    214 for 4 (Cockbain 75, Howell 57) beat Middlesex 171 (Simpson 74, Payne 5-24) by 43 runs
    Sussex v Surrey - no result as match abandonded due to player injury
     
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    14 June - North Group
    Northamptonshire
    85 for 2 (Levi 35) beat Yorkshire 82 for 7 (Afridi 3-15) by eight wickets
     
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    Worcestershire expect to have New Zealand all-rounder Colin Munro available for this week's two T20 Blast games, having been told he will not be needed for international duty.
     
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    Somerset have signed up New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi to replace injured compatriot Corey Anderson for the five remaining games in the group stage of the NatWest t20 Blast.
     
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    18 June - South Group
    Kent
    174 for 4 (Northeast 90, Bell-Drummond 61) beat Essex 173 for 6 (Pettini 56) by six wickets
    Hampshire 199 for 5 (Carberry 72, Shah 64) beat Middlesex 178 for 9 (Stirling 54, Smith 2-19) by 21 runs
     
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    18 June - North Group
    Derbyshire
    189 for 7 (Durston 88) beat Leicestershire 172 for 7 (Wells 64*) by 17 runs
    Worcestershire 164 for 8 (Mitchell 53) beat Lancashire 163 for 5 (Brown 42) by two wickets
     
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    Nottinghamshire have signed Australian all-rounder Dan Christian to replace Darren Sammy for the rest of their T20 Blast campaign.
    Christian, 32, has made 34 one-day international appearances and has played in the Indian Premier League. He replaces West Indies all-rounder Sammy, who is off to the Caribbean Premier League after a four-game stint.
     
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    19 June - South Group
    Kent
    231 for 7 (Stevens 90, Linley 4-45) beat Surrey 177 (Wilson 55, Stevens 4-39) by 54 runs
    Somerset 166 for 5 (Myburgh 63, Smith 2-23) beat Gloucestershire 165 for 8 (Klinger 44) by five wickets
    Essex 187 for 7 (Bopara 52, Hogan 3-33) beat Glamorgan 171 (Ingram 70, Bopara 3-25, Tait 3-33) by 16 runs
    Sussex 158 for 3 (Cachopa 89*, Machan 52*) beat Hampshire 157 for 6 (Vince 41) by seven wickets
     
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    19 June - North Group
    Yorkshire
    209 for 4 (Maxwell 92*, Hodd 70) beat Nottinghamshire 169 for 6 (Patel 90*) by 40 runs
    Worcestershire 139 for 2 (Moeen 65) beat Derbyshire 136 for 7 (Moeen 3-28) by eight wickets
    Leicestershire 164 for 3 (Akmal 52*) beat Birmingham 160 for 5 (Ambrose 66) by seven wickets
    Northamptonshire 169 for 5 (Cobb 47, Parry 2-25) beat Lancashire 169 for 5 (Faulkner 73, Azharullah 3-28) by four runs
     
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    North Group
    Teams - Match - Pts
    Worcestershire - 7 - 10
    Leicestershire - 8 - 9
    Durham - 8 - 8
    Warwickshire - 6 - 8
    Northamptonshire - 7 - 7
    Yorkshire - 6 - 6
    Lancashire - 7 - 6
    Nottinghamshire - 7 - 6
    Derbyshire - 8 - 4

    South Group
    Teams - Match - Pts
    Kent - 9 - 12
    Hampshire - 8 - 10
    Essex - 10 - 10
    Gloucestershire - 8 - 8
    Glamorgan - 7 - 8
    Somerset - 7 - 7
    Sussex - 7 - 7
    Middlesex - 7 - 4
    Surrey - 7 - 4

    Teams will play 16 matches
     
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    Is it me or is this Tournament taking far too long?
     
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    21 June - South Group
    Sussex
    116 for 0 (Wright 57*, Nash 53*) beat Glamorgan 115 for 9 (Cooke 45, Robinson 3-16) by 10 wickets
     
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    21 June - North Group
    Birmingham
    136 for 4 (Ambrose 46, Porterfield 42) beat Yorkshire 132 for 7 (Leaning 45, Gordon 3-30) by six wickets
    Birmingham moved back to the top of the North Group of the NatWest Blast - level on points with Worcestershire - after a six wicket victory over Yorkshire with eight balls to spare.
     
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    25 June - North Group
    Lancashire 143 for 4 (Prince 63*) beat Durham 141 (Stoneman 51, Jarvis 3-24, Faulkner 3-27)
     
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    26 June - South Group
    Sussex 188 for 7 (Wright 111*) beat Gloucestershire 185 for 4 (Klinger 61, Marshall 37) by 3 wickets
    Somerset 177 for 1 (Allenby 89*, Myburgh 53) beat Middlesex 171 for 7 (Simpson 84, Groenewald 3-27) by nine wickets
    Surrey 146 for 8 (Roy 61, Cosker 4-25) beat Glamorgan 127 (Mahmood 3-14) by 19 runs
    Essex 212 for 5 (Ryder 107*) beat Hampshire 134 (Topley 3-25, Bopara 3-23) by 78 runs
     
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    26 June - North Group
    Leicestershire 142 for 7 (Agathangelou 40) tied with Yorkshire 142 for 8 (Leaning 48*, Raine 3-23)
    Birmingham 137 for 8 (Chopra 40) beat Lancashire 136 for 8 (Faulkner 34, Gordon 4-20) by one run
    Northamptonshire 193 for 8 (Crook 56*, Kleinveldt 42) beat Worcestershire 191 for 6 (Whiteley 41*) by 2 runs
    Derbyshire 201 for 7 (Hughes 52, Hilfenhaus 3-29) beat Nottinghamshire 167 (Wessels 66, Rimmington 3-24) by 34 runs

     
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    Leicestershire seamer Ben Raine took a wicket with the final ball of the game to secure a tie in a game when it looked as though a superbly paced innings in difficult conditions by Jack Leaning had seen Yorkshire to victory.
     
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    Luke Wright smashed an amazing century to guide Sussex to an astonishing three-wicket NatWest T20 Blast win over Gloucestershire at Bristol as he once again underlined his status as one of domestic cricket's finest T20 stars.
    With just two overs remaining, the visitors still required 43 to overtake Gloucestershire's 185 for 4. But the 19th over, bowled - initially at least - by James Fuller saw the game turned on its head as 34 runs were added.
    Wright hit four sixes off it, the last after Fuller had been ordered out of the attack for two no-balled full tosses and Craig Miles was forced to bowl the final delivery.
    That left only nine needed from the final over, sent down by off-spinner Jack Taylor, and two more Wright boundaries sealed a sensational victory with a ball to spare.
     
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