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Surrey smash Middlesex in epic London derby

Surrey go big in the London derby!

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Surrey smash Middlesex in epic London derby

Tom Curran takes stunning catch

North Group:
Lancashire Lightning 172-8 beat Leicestershire Foxes 156-5 by 16 runs
Yorkshire Vikings 147-4 beat Birmingham Bears 144-8 by 6 wickets 

South Group: 
Gloucestershire 179-6 beat Glamorgan 175-9 by 4 runs
Surrey 223-7 beat Middlesex 169-9 by 54 runs 

Surrey defeat London rivals 

Surrey stunned the crowd at Lord's by defeating Middlesex by 54 runs. Will Jacks top scored for Surrey with an impressive 70 off of just 24 balls. Middlesex started their chase brightly with Paul Stirling scoring a quick-fire 54. The crowd at Lord's were treated to some world-class fielding by Tom Curran to dismiss Stevie Eskinazi. 

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Highlights | Will Jacks masterclass and Tom Curran wonder-catch in Surrey derby win

Highlights as Surrey claimed an emphatic victory in the London derby against Middlesex at Lord's


Back-to-back wins for the Lightning 

Lancashire continue their winning ways as they breezed past Leicestershire Foxes. Finn Allen top scored for the Lightning and was well supported by Livingstone and Buttler. Scott Steel showed some resistance for the visitors but the total was too much for them. 

Vikings triumph over Bears  

Yorkshire Vikings chased down the total set by Birmingham Bears with nine balls remaining. Jonny Bairstow and Dawid Malan put on a quick scoring 50-run partnership to ensure that the Vikings were always above the required run rate. Sam Hain batted well for the Bears, making 59 runs which included some innovative shots, but it wasn't enough.

Labuschagne not enough 

Marnus Labuschagne made 93 off of 56 in vain as Gloucestershire defeated Glamorgan by just 4 runs. Gloucestershire set a total of 179 which included Glenn Phillips' 44 from 32 balls. 

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