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Second XI Trophy 2009 - results

April 21, Kidderminster
Yorkshire 347-2 (A Lyth 152*, CR Taylor 151*); Worcestershire 251-9 (JPT Knappett 103 not out; JE Lee 5-45). Yorkshire won by 96 runs.

April 28, Radlett
MCC Young Cricketers 237-6; Nottinghamshire 198. MCC Young Cricketers won by 39 runs.

April 28, Hove
Surrey 187; Sussex 191-3. Sussex won by seven wickets.

April 28, Edgbaston
Warwickshire 150; Yorkshire 154-5. Yorkshire won by five wickets.

May 5, SWALEC Stadium
Nottinghampshire 197; Glamorgan 99. Nottinghamshire won by 98 runs.

May 5, Taunton Vale
Somerset 291-8; Nottinghampshire 175. Somerset won by 116 runs.

May 5, Whitgift School
Surrey 242; Gloucestershire 82. Surrey won by 160 runs.

May 11, Rugby School
Gloucestershire 251; Northamptonshire 253-5 (ARK Onyon 5-31). Northamptonshire won by five wickets.

May 11, Nottingham High School
Leicestershire 308-4 (J Allenby 96*); Nottinghamshire 279-9. Leicestershire won by 29 runs.

May 12, Uxbridge
Sussex 366-4 (CD Nash 132, MA Thornely 160); Middlesex 170. Sussex won by 196 runs.

May 12, Kidderminster
Derbyshire 285-4 (JL Sadler 115 not out); Worcestershire 281-9 (DA Wheeldon 117). Derbyshire won by four runs.

May 13, Rose Bowl
Hampshire 245-7; Kent 196. Hampshire won by 49 runs.

May 18, Bristol West Indians CC
Sussex 47-3; Gloucestershire did not bat. No result.

May 19, Radlett
MCC Young Cricketers 161-6 (26); Glamorgan 162-6. Glamorgan won by four wickets.

May 19, Milton Keynes
Minor Counties 114; Gloucestershire 115-5. Gloucestershire won by five wickets.

May 19, Taunton Vale
Somerset v Surrey. Match abandoned.

May 19, Kidderminster
Worcestershire v Durham. Match abandoned.

May 19, Bingley
Yorkshire v Lancashire. Match abandoned.

May 25, Billericay
Surrey 244-9 (JS Ahmed 39-5); Essex 213. Surrey won by 31 runs.

May 26, Coventry
Warwickshire 273-9; Lancashire 275-6 (CL Tipper 108*). Lancashire won by four wickets.

May 27, Milton Keynes
Minor Counties 199-7 (36); Essex 200-1 (GW Flower 117*). Essex won by nine wickets.

May 29, Rose Bowl
Hampshire 210-9; Northamptonshire 212-6. Northamptonshire won by four wickets

June 1, Darlington
Derbyshire 275-8 (WL Madsen 135); Durham 277-5 (GJ Muchall 127 not out). Durham won by five wickets.

June 1, Grace Road
Leicestershire 246; Yorkshire 247-6. Yorkshire won by four wickets.

June 2, Usk
Glamorgan 226-8; Worcestershire 228-5. Worcestershire won by five wickets.

June 5, Billericay
Gloucestershire 38-2. Essex did not bat. No result.

June 8, Bishop's Stortford
Hampshire 267-3; Essex 107. Hampshire won by 160 runs.

June 9, Purley CC
Surrey 164-8; Hampshire 165-2. Hampshire won by eight wickets.

June 11, North Perrott CC
Minor Counties 129; Somerset 130-4. Somerset won by six wickets.

June 12, Grace Road
Lancashire 276-4 (SJ Croft 115); Leicestershire 276-6. Match tied.

June 15, Wantage Road
Northamptonshire 115; Essex 117-4. Essex won by six wickets.

June 16, Leek
Glamorgan 202; Derbyshire 203-1 (DJ Pipe 112*). Derbyshire won by nine wickets.

June 16, Rose Bowl
Sussex 183; Hampshire 187-3. Hampshire won by seven wickets.

June 16, Wantage Road
Northamptonshire 269-5 (PW Harrison 103); Minor Counties 144 (DS Bendon 5-29). Northamptonshire won by 125 runs.

June 23, Wellingborough School
Northamptonshire 223-9; Surrey 222. Northamptonshire won by one run.

June 23, Stratford-upon-Avon
Leicestershire 269-7 (TJ New 120); Warwickshire 270-7 (A Javid 118*). Warwickshire won by three wickets.

June 23, Stamford Bridge CC
Yorkshire 263-6 (GS Ballance 114*); MCC Young Cricketers 168. Yorkshire won by 95 runs.

June 24, Beckenham
Kent 217; Minor Counties 220-5 (DJF Shilvock 111*). Minor Counties won by five wickets.

June 25, Tonbridge School
Essex 236; Kent 238-6 (JB Hockley 106). Kent won by four wickets.

June 29, Richmond
Middlesex 277-5 (BJM Scott 111*); Kent 152. Middlesex won by 125 runs.

June 30, Todmorden
Durham 297-6; Lancashire 301-4 (LA Procter 127). Lancashire won by six wickets.

June 30, Grace Road
Leicestershire 284-7; Derbyshire 271. Leicestershire won by 13 runs.

June 30, Radlett
Worcestershire 228-6 (OM Ali 110*); MCC Young Cricketers 229-7 (JG Thompson 111). MCC Young Cricketers won by three wickets.

June 30, Taunton Vale
Essex 230-6; Somerset 232-8. Somerset won by two wickets.

June 30, Hove
Northamptonshire 262-8; Sussex 266-6. Sussex won by four wickets.

June 30, Headingley Carnegie
Yorkshire 92 (A Carter 5-18); Nottinghamshire 93-5. Nottinghamshire won by five wickets.

July 2, Milton Keynes
Minor Counties 185-8 (DJ Balcombe 5-42); Hampshire 186-4. Hampshire won by six wickets.

July 6, King’s School
Kent 160-9; Northamptonshire 161-4. Northamptonshire won by six wickets.

July 7, Rose Bowl
Hampshire 166-6 (30); Middlesex 92-4. Hampshire won by nine runs (Duckworth/Lewis method).

July 7, Skelmersdale
Lancashire 118-6 (26); Worcestershire 122-4. Worcestershire won by six wickets.

July 7, Nottingham Sports Ground
Warwickshire 228-9; Nottinghamshire 153-2. Nottinghamshire won by eight wickets (Duckworth/Lewis method).

July 9, Radlett
Minor Counties 162; Middlesex 165-1. Middlesex won by nine wickets.

July 10, Alvaston and Boulton CC
MCC Young Cricketers 333-7; Derbyshire 296. MCC Young Cricketers won by 37 runs.

July 14, Chester-le-Street
Warwickshire 186; Durham 143.Warwickshire won by 43 runs.

July 14, Canterbury
Kent 269-9; Sussex 273-2 (MA Thornely 104*). Sussex won by eight wickets.

July 14, Barnsley
Yorkshire 264-9; Glamorgan 200 (GS Randhawa 5-37). Yorkshire won by 64 runs.

July 17, Coggeshall CC
Middlesex 171-8 (35); Essex 104-6. Middlesex won by 11 runs (Duckworth/Lewis method).

July 17, Rose Bowl
Somerset 265 (37) (NJ Edwards 131); Hampshire 273-9 (MC Kleinveldt 101). Somerset won by 12 runs (Duckworth/Lewis method).

July 20, Gosforth
Leicestershire 173; Durham 176 for four. Durham won by six wickets.

July 20, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire 183-8; Hampshire 186-9. Hampshire won by one wicket.

July 20, Horsham
Sussex 289 (MA Thornely 125; C Brown 5-47); Minor Counties 269-9. Sussex won by 20 runs.

July 21, Diamond Ground, Cardiff
Glamorgan v Warwickshire. Match abandoned.

July 21, Radlett
Somerset 71-5; Middlesex did not bat. No result.

July 21, Worksop College
Nottinghamshire 149-4 (20); Worcestershire 19-1. No result.

July 27, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire 270-7 (32) (MT Coles 5-56); Kent 161. Gloucestershire won by 109 runs.

July 27, York
Derbyshire 211; Yorkshire 212-6. Yorkshire won by four wickets.

July 28, Ashby-de-la-Zouch
MCC Young Cricketers 168-5 (37); Leicestershire 170-3. Leicestershire won by seven wickets.

August 3, Derby
Lancashire 244-8; Derbyshire 245-8. Derbyshire won by two wickets.

August 4, Grace Road
Leicestershire 19-2; Glamorgan did not bat. No result.

August 5, Brit Oval
Surrey 207-9; Middlesex 209-1 (JA Simpson 131*). Middlesex won by nine wickets.

August 6, Beckenham
Somerset 112; Kent 115-3. Kent won by seven wickets.

August 6, Milton Keynes
Minor Counties 162-9. Surrey did not bat. No result.

August 7, Bristol
Somerset 189; Gloucestershire 142. Somerset won by 47 runs.

August 10, Alvaston and Boulton CC
Nottinghamshire 276-8. Derbyshire did not bat. No result.

August 11, Liverpool
Glamorgan 215-4; Lancashire 216 (SJ Croft 106*). Lancashire won by seven wickets.

August 11, Taunton Vale
Somerset 263-7; Sussex 264-7. Sussex won by three wickets.

August 11, New Road
Worcestershire 281-7; Leicestershire 284-4 (PA Nixon 101*). Leicestershire won by six wickets.

August 17, Neston
Nottinghamshire 62; Lancashire 63-1. Lancashire won by nine wickets.

August 18, Diamond Ground, Cardiff
Durham 278-7; Glamorgan 258. Durham won by 20 runs.

August 18, Uxbridge
Northamptonshire 229; Middlesex 230-0 (AB London 111*, NJ Dexter 107*). Middlesex won by 10 wickets.

August 18, Hove
Essex 204; Sussex 207-1. Sussex won by nine wickets.

August 18, Kidderminster
Warwickshire 244-6; Worcestershire 248-3 (AN Kervezee 108, MG Pardoe 100). Worcestershire won by seven wickets.

August 24, Middlesbrough
Yorkshire 216-9; Durham 57-1. No result.

August 24, Charterhouse School
Surrey 251; Kent 253-3 (JB Hockley 149*). Kent won by seven wickets.

August 25, Uxbridge
Lancashire 290; MCC Young Cricketers 191. Lancashire won by 99 runs.

August 28, Bristol
Gloucestershire 134-7 (26); Middlesex 85-1. No result.

September 7, Horsham
Lancashire 258-8; Sussex 109 (OJ Newby 5-15). Lancashire won by 149 runs.

September 7, Headingley Carnegie
Hampshire 180 (Azeem Rafiq 5-33); Yorkshire 181-6. Yorkshire won by four wickets.

September 21, Scarborough
Lancashire 142 (TC Smith, LA Procter 41); Yorkshire 143-8 (JE Lee 39*; OJ Newby 3-35; SC Kerrigan 3-37). Yorkshire won by two wickets.

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