Today Royal London Cup 15th June Prediction Who Will Win,Worcestershire vs Leicestershire, Essex vs Kent, Durham vs Nottinghamshire, Lancashire vs Yorkshire, Warwickshire vs Derbyshire, Hampshire vs Surrey
Lyth whipped eight fours and seven sixes in finishing the second List A century of his vocation and he went ahead to make 125 off 78 conveyances with ten fours and eight sixes preceding pounding Graeme White to Richard Gleeson at profound mid-on.
Yorkshire were then 189 for 3 in 25 overs as they pursued 311 and in spite of the fact that Lyth was the first of three wickets to go down in nine balls for three runs, regardless they made it to their initial one-day win of the season after four continuous thrashings and two ‘no outcomes’.
Today Royal London Cup 15th June Prediction Who Will Win
Worcestershire vs Leicestershire, Essex vs Kent, Durham vs Nottinghamshire, Lancashire vs Yorkshire, Warwickshire vs Derbyshire, Hampshire vs Surrey
It was a well deserved win against spunky rivals who were marvelously served by a contentious Ben Duckett, who hit 121, and Alex Wakely with 71.
Lyth completely commanded an opening stand of 106 in 12 overs with his commander, Alex Lees, who had contributed 20 when he played Steven Crook to square leg where Ben Sanderson took the catch after not holding it neatly at the main attempt.Last year’s thrashed finalists Surrey are and running in the Royal London Cup subsequent to facilitating to a six-wicket triumph over Sussex Sharks at Guildford.
On a quick scoring ground, a Duckworth-Lewis focus of 235 in 43 overs dependably looked achievable, in spite of the fact that Surrey quickly wobbled when they lost three wickets for six keeps running in 11 balls.
Be that as it may, from 99 for 4 the innings was modified by Rory Burns and Ben Foakes, who put on an unbroken 136 in 18.3 overs, despite the fact that Burns rode his fortunes right off the bat in his innings when he was twice dropped by Ajmal Shahzad, once off his own knocking down some pins and after that at mid-off, before he achieved 30.