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Report: Warwickshire v Derbyshire, Metro Bank One Day Cup

Warwickshire continued their buccaneering progress in the Metro Bank One-Day Cup with a fifth successive win, by four wickets over Derbyshire at Edgbaston.

Bears completed their highest ever List A chase against Derbyshire by overhauling the visitors’ decent but far from daunting total of 247 for nine.

Half-centuries from David Lloyd (65, 92 balls) and Brooke Guest (57, 59) assured the visitors something to bowl at but the innings lacked a late charge. Olly Hannon-Dalby strengthened his place as top wicket-taker in the comp this year with four for 49 while Henry Brookes, released from Hundred duty, took three for 44.

Warwickshire then made measured progress to 248 for six (Will Rhodes 75, 95 balls) in 47.4 overs to leave Derbyshire with just one win from five games and only pride to play for in their remaining three matches.

After choosing to bat, Derbyshire saw off Hannon-Dalby’s first spell but Harry Came lifted Brookes to point to end an opening stand of 35 in ten overs. Luis Reece and Lloyd added a sedate 48 before the former played across a flighted ball from Jake Lintott and fell lbw.

That was Lintott’s 115th victim in county cricket – next came Tazeem Ali’s first. The 17-year-old Attock leg-spinner, making his debut, showed the bottle and skill to follow a ball which went for five leg-side wides with one that turned to win an lbw decision against Haider Ali.

Lloyd reached his eighth List A half-century but then got an attempt to lap Brookes horribly wrong and fell lbw. Guest batted most assertively until he played on from a slog at Hannon-Dalby who prevented a late charge from the batters by twice taking wickets with successive balls. The Yorkshireman will be on a hat-trick when he runs in to deliver his first ball against Northamptonshire at Edgbaston on Friday.

Ed Barnard launched Warwickshire’s reply with a crisp 23 then clipped Suranga Lakmal firmly to mid-wicket where Came took a superb diving catch. Reece nipped one through Rob Yates’ gate but Rhodes and Michael Burgess (46, 43 balls) added 70 in 13 overs to put the pursuit well on target.

Burgess was adjudged lbw, sweeping Mark Watt, but Rhodes continued his productive 50-over campaign. The captain moved to 50 in 64 balls and it was a surprise when he chopped on to Reece with 39 needed from 52 balls.

Jake Bethell (44, 45 balls) after a sketchy start, settled to play some handsome strokes. He struck the only two sixes of the game and departed, lbw sweeping at Reece, with the Bears were on the threshold of their record List A chase against Derbyshire, displacing the 217 they reeled in at Derby in 1997 to record a one-wicket win.

Rhodes said: “Derbyshire got a good score for that wicket so to chase 250 like that with relative ease in the end was great. When you are playing well you tend to get over the line in those games so that will give us confidence going into two big games at the back half of the week,

“We didn’t want to leave too many to get in the last ten overs so me and Burgy in our little partnerships gave ourselves targets to get to. We didn’t want to chase more than 60 in the last ten so to get it down to 45/50 was good. Then Beth batted really well and Ethan got a crucial little 15 off 16 balls. It was a well-paced chase.

“We are quite bowler-heavy in this tournament so we know we probably need 20 or 30 less runs than in previous years with our bowling attack. That means there is responsibility on our top five batters but they have reacted really well and then it’s always nice to get players back from the Hundred so to get Jake Bethell back and see him play like that on a tricky wicket was really good.”

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Preview: Warwickshire v Derbyshire, Metro Bank One Day Cup

Warwickshire’s bid to bolster their position at the top of Group B in the Metro Bank One Day Cup has been boosted by the return of Jacob Bethell and Henry Brookes from The Hundred.

Bethell has played just one of five Birmingham Phoenix games while seamer Brookes has yet to feature in the competition.

Both have been released from the franchise to join up with the team for Tuesday’s (Aug 15) game at home to Derbyshire as the Bears look to maintain their 100 per cent start following Sunday’s nine-wicket win at Worcestershire. 

Exciting teenage spinner Taz Ali – recently called up to the England under-19s squad – has also been drafted into the side by First Team Coach Mark Robinson and, if selected, will make his first senior start.

The 17-year-old Moseley school student – who’s progressed through Warwickshire’s youth pathway from the age of 10 – has been a regular wicket taker for the Club’s under-18s and Second XI.

Robinson, who believes his side still need two more wins to confirm qualification for the knockout stages, said: “It’s a bonus to have two quality players like Henry and Beth back in the fold and we’re grateful they’ve been released by the Phoenix.

“Neither have played much competitive cricket in the last few weeks – the last ball Henry bowled in anger was in our Championship game against Middlesex – but their release certainly gives us more options. 

“We want to win this competition and the players have been first class so far. Our younger players are getting valuable first team experience and it was great to see Boothy (Michael Booth) take his first wicket at New Road.”

Derbyshire come into the game lying seventh in the table having lost three – the latest a 27-run reverse at Durham – of their four games.

However, Derbyshire did the Vitality Blast double over the Bears this season and Robinson knows they cannot be underestimated.

“Every game has looked tricky,” added Robinson, “and Derbyshire are no exception. They will be playing close to their full T20 team and likely to include players like Wayne Madsen, so it’ll be a stern test of our unbeaten record.

“The Worcestershire game was a coach’s dream! Again it was pretty much all over inside the power play as Olly and Barney did brilliantly to exploit the conditions and have them five down so soon. 

“I’ve been delighted by how seamlessly Barney has adapted to opening the batting. He was given the role because I knew he could do it, but I think he’s even exceeded his own expectations. 

“He’s a proper batter, technically good, and he scores at a decent rate without smashing it over long off for sixes. He’s been scoring quickly and been a good foil for Yatesy.

“There have been strong performances across the side, a real team togetherness, and let’s hope we can keep this run going and secure a place in the knockouts.”

Squad

Taz Ali
Ed Barnard
Jacob Bethell
Michael Booth
Ethan Brookes
Henry Brookes
Michael Burgess
Olly Hannon-Dalby
Jake Lintott
Craig Miles
Will Rhodes
Hamza Shaikh
Kai Smith
Rob Yates

How to Follow

Members and supporters can follow the match live in our Match Centre at edgbaston.com, which will include a free to watch Live Stream, with BBC commentary, and a live text commentary.

Supporters can get involved by sending their match day comments and thoughts on Twitter via @WarwickshireCCC and we’ll publish the best ones on our live text commentary in the Match Centre.

Supporters can also watch the Live Stream and get instant push notifications of all wickets, innings and match results via the Edgbaston app, which is free to download on iOS and Android.

Match updates will also be available across the Club’s social media accounts, simply search for @WarwickshireCCC.

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