NCCA TROPHY Devon, Dorset and Wales into last eight

NCCA-Logo MasterWales NC reached the quarter-finals of the National Counties Trophy despite being beaten by six wickets by Dorset in their final Group Four match at Wimborne. 

Wales’ early defeat meant that they faced an anxious wait for the outcome of the Buckinghamshire versus Staffordshire match at Gerrards Cross, knowing that they would be level on points with the winner and net run rate would determine who went through with Dorset. 



NCCA-Logo MasterWiltshire missed their chance to guarantee their place in the quarter-finals as they were trounced by 149 runs by Wales NC in the first senior county match played at Llandysul. 

A win would have taken Wiltshire through to the last eight but they were shot out for 85 and now sit out the final round of group matches next Sunday. 


NATIONAL COUNTIES TROPHY match reports & results

NCCA-Logo MasterFormer Northamptonshire captain Alex Wakely made 115 from 114 balls to help Bedfordshire to an 88 runs win over Cornwall at Southill Park. 

Wakely’s century was his first for Bedfordshire since he rejoined them this season having retired from first-class cricket and he shared a third wicket partnership of 213 with left-handed opener Fayaz Homyoon who made a century on his Trophy debut. 


NATIONAL COUNTIES Cornwall beat Trophy holders

NCCA-Logo MasterCornwall beat National Counties Trophy holders Berkshire by five wickets at Truro. 

Half centuries from captain Dan Lincoln and Hampshire staff man Toby Albert took Berkshire to a useful 279 for nine. 


King of the spin helps Wiltshire win Trophy opener

NCCA-Logo MasterGloucestershire Academy batsman Ollie Meadows played a key innings on debut for Wiltshire to help them to a three wickets win against Dorset at Marlborough College. 

Wiltshire were wobbling at 72 for four before Meadows (43) joined Ben Draper (50) in a fifth wicket stand of 88 which got them most of their way to a target of 195. 


Oxfordshire win National Counties T20 Trophy at Tring

NCCA-Logo MasterOxfordshire added the National Counties T20 title to the three-day National Counties Championship they won last September with a thrilling two wickets win over Cambridgeshire in a tense final at Tring Park. 

A superb 84 from Harrison Ward, one of five homegrown players who are now contracted to first-class counties in Oxfordshire’s side, got them most of the way to a target of 170 – the highest score of Finals Day. 


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