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Bears roared back to winning ways after posting the biggest total in Vitality Blast history to set up an exhilarating 55-run victory over Notts Outlaws at Trent Bridge.

The Bears totalled 261 for two thanks largely to an unbroken stand of 174 (a Bears Blast best) from 70 balls between Sam Hain and Adam Hose. Hain struck his maiden Blast century (112 from 52 balls with 12 fours and five sixes) while Hose thrashed 88 from 35 balls (three fours, ten sixes).

T20 Quarter-Final: Tickets only £10

Birmingham Bears will host Hampshire Hawks at Edgbaston on Thursday 7 July (6.30pn) in the Vitality Blast quarter-finals.

Adult tickets are available from £10, when you buy in advance of the day of the match. Under 12s go FREE and 12 to 15-year-olds are £1. Members and Season Pass holders go FREE.

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