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Wayne Madsen closes Warwickshire trusts with unbeaten century

Warwickshire needed to win to get any opportunity of rising up out of the North Group and half-hundreds of years from Alex Thomson and Alex Mellor took them to an aggressive 288 for 7 with Mark Watt taking 2 for 32.

Wayne Madsen closes Warwickshire trusts with unbeaten century
Wayne Madsen closes Warwickshire trusts with unbeaten century


An unbeaten 119 from Wayne Madsen guided Derbyshire to a five-wicket triumph over Warwickshire to keep them on course for the thump out phases of the Royal London One-Day Cup.

Wayne Madsen closes Warwickshire trusts with unbeaten century
Wayne Madsen closes Warwickshire trusts with unbeaten century


Warwickshire needed to win to remain in conflict yet they were battling when they lost three wickets for 15 races to droop to 113 for 5 in the 22nd over.

Wayne Madsen closes Warwickshire trusts with unbeaten century
Wayne Madsen closes Warwickshire trusts with unbeaten century


Be that as it may, Madsen was predominant and, despite the fact that Thomson pursued his unbeaten 68 with 3 for 57, Alex Hughes made 69 as Derbyshire won with 21 balls to extra to wipe out Warwickshire. 
Ed Pollock top-edged an arrival catch to Logan van Beek and Dominic Sibley edged the last wad of the first Powerplay before Luis Reece took the key wicket of Sam Hain.

Hain had scored an unbeaten 161 in the past amusement and looked set for another critical innings until he attempted to cut Reece and was gotten behind for 34 in the seventeenth over.

With Watt's precise and trained spell representing Will Rhodes and Liam Banks, the innings slowed down until Thomson struck the primary limit for 10 overs.

Mellor top-edged a draw however Thomson and George Panayi included 58 preceding Henry Brookes drove van Beek for six in the last over to give Warwickshire a difficult aggregate.

He pulled Ravi Rampaul for a six and two fours out of an over to give Warwickshire restored force which expanded when Mellor twice drove Critchley for six out of an over which cost 19.

Billy Godleman drove and cut Brookes for three sequential fours however was bowled by Thomson for 40 and Reece was gotten at slip when he cut the spinner onto the wicketkeeper's thigh.

He drove Patel for two back to back fours to achieve 50 from 43 balls and, with Hughes, removed the diversion from Warwickshire.

Tom Lace miscued a draw at Jetan Patel's first ball yet Warwickshire's bowling was too conflicting to even consider applying any continued weight and Madsen played with power from the begin.

Hughes drove Thomson for six and rehashed the shot in his next over before he drove Patel back over his head in the 33rd to take the objective underneath a hundred.

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