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Scorecard Summary

MIDDLESEX 210(80.5 OVERS)
1ST INNINGS

GLOUCESTERSHIRE 273(87.2 OVERS)
1ST INNINGS

MIDDLESEX 152(51.1 OVERS)
2ND INNINGS

GLOUCESTERSHIRE 93/3(26.2 OVERS)
2ND INNINGS

Commentator: Andrew Miller

5.50pm Four wins and a draw in five matches. Gloucestershire have a well-deserved week off next week, with their place at the top table looking very cushty indeed. David Payne is the star with 11 wickets, but this was a fine team performance, with Bracey and Cockbain in the first innings putting on an important show with the bat. As for Middlesex, they have four losses from five, and look rudderless after a succession of batting malfunctions.

26.2
4
Walallawita to Lace, FOUR, worked off the legs to midwicket, and Gloucestershire march to a seven-wicket win, and open up a daunting lead at the top of Group 2!
26.2
0
Walallawita to Lace, no run, a touch of width, that might have been it, but he overcooked his cut

END OF OVER:
26 | 4 Runs 1 Wkt | GLOUC: 89/3

  • Tom Lace27 (33b)
  • Ian Cockbain1 (1b)
  • James Harris4-0-28-1
  • Thilan Walallawita1-0-1-0
25.6
1
Harris to Lace, 1 run, flicked off the hip to bring the scores level.
25.5
0
Harris to Lace, no run, tight lines, solid block
25.4
1
Harris to Cockbain, 1 run, nudged to leg to get off the mark
25.3
W
Harris to Brathwaite, OUT, huge appeal and Harris strikes! A zippy inswinger thuds the pads, it was quite high but he was deep in his crease. Brathwaite won't see it through, but his doughty knock has done the needful

KC Brathwaite lbw b Harris 21 (105m 61b 1x4 0x6) SR: 34.42

Gloucs 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st34CDJ DentKC Brathwaite
2nd16KC BrathwaiteJR Bracey
3rd37KC BrathwaiteTC Lace
4th6IA CockbainTC Lace