When it comes to making your List A debut for your boyhood county, they probably don't come much better than Tom Kohler-Cadmore's performance for Yorkshire at Durham. Despite signing for the White Rose last year, this was the powerful batsman's first chance to play in the One-Day Cup for the county - and he certainly made up for lost time. Playing smartly for the first 30 overs, he then cut loose offering some huge hits down the ground on the way to a brilliant 164 to help Yorkshire post 328/4. Yorkshire never let Durham back into proceedings from there, Adil Rashid the stand out bowler as he took 4/47 on the way to Yorkshire winning by 142 runs.
IN THE SOMER TIME
When the weather is fine, you got winning, you got winning on your mind. With apologies to Mungo Jerry, that was all the Somerset team were contemplating as the sun beat down at the Kia Oval earlier. It certainly entertained their thoughts when they had Surrey bowled out for an undercooked 129, Craig Overton thing four wickets. Fast forward 21.3 overs and Somerset were thinking of nothing else, victory secured with little opposition barring a double-wicket Sam Curran over.
Back in the side, and back in the runs for George Hankins. After a difficult start to the season, the young batsman found himself left out of the Gloucestershire County Championship side, but with attention now focused on the white-ball stuff he's returned to the team and made an instant impact. Top-scoring in their chase of 265 with a score of 85, Hankins set the platform for his fellow top order to see Glos over the line against Glamorgan, and get their One-Day Cup campaign of to a great beginning.
KEYSEY DOES IT
It's the newest craze taking over the nation and even the Sky Sports pundits are getting in on the action, or at least trying to. The Floss - a dance move that looks so simple but actually takes a degree in engineering to master - involves swinging your arms and hips in the opposite direction before bringing your arm behind your back and then back in front. And when it's not done entirely right is rather amusing for others to watch. Take it away, Rob Key...
If Colly did have a wobble at the unveiling of Durham's new pavilion which they've named after him, then he certainly showed no sign of it in front of the cameras. A wonderful tribute to a man who has been at the club since a boy, Collingwood even turned back time to open the batting in Durham's chase of 329 for the first time in 18 years. He managed a few more than the previous occasion, when he was bowled for a duck, this time hitting 12 off 25.