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Dernbach clincher closes out Surrey win

Somerset v Surrey – NatWest T20 Blast, Somerset Innings – Surrey beat Somerset by 14 runs at Taunton, despite a powerful innings from Craig Kieswetter, who made 61 from 47 balls. Chasing 174 for victory, the hosts were ahead of the required run rate at the end of the 10th over, but slipped from 92-2 to 159-6 from their 20 overs.

Roy belts half-century for Surrey

Somerset v Surrey – NatWest T20 Blast, Surrey Innings – Surrey got off to a strong start in Taunton, with Jason Roy leading the charge. But two wickets apiece from Lewis Gregory and George Dockrell helped restrict the visitors to 173-7 from their 20 overs.

Pettini thrilled with Lord’s win

Essex Eagles skipper reflects on opening win in NatWest T20 Blast over Middlesex Panthers in the first of a double-header at Lord’s

Sharks cage Panthers to record Lord’s win

Middlesex v Sussex – NatWest T20 Blast, Middlesex Innings – Yasir Arafat has already stamped himself as a key man in this season’s NatWest T20 Blast after his miserly bowling helped guide Sussex Sharks to a 13-run win over Middlesex Panthers at Lord’s. Left with 128 to defend the Twenty20 expert returned 1-17 from four overs as Middlesex slumped to two home defeats in the day.

Jordan helps give Sharks total to defend

Middlesex v Sussex – NatWest T20 Blast, Sussex Innings – The visitors make 128 all out from 19.4 overs, with Chris Jordan’s 25 the highest score, while Toby Roland-Jones took 3-25

Pettini and Bopara help Eagles take flight

Middlesex v Essex — NatWest T20 Blast, Essex Innings – A brilliant unbeaten 95 from Mark Pettini and a quickfire 45 from Ravi Bopara enabled Essex to comfortably chase down the 181 set by Middlesex to win by eight wickets in NatWest T20 Blast at Lord’s.

Malan and Morgan roar on for Panthers

Middlesex v Essex — NatWest T20 Blast, Middlesex Innings – An unbeaten 86 from Dawid Malan and 77 from Eoin Morgan enabled Middlesex to reach 180-5 in their first NatWest T20 Blast game of the season at Lord’s

Perfect start for Notts Outlaws

James Taylor and Samit Patel were thrilled after Notts Outlaws beat Lancashire Lightning in their first NatWest T20 Blast match of the season.

Outlaws fuse Lightning charge

Nottinghamshire Outlaws v Lancashire Lightning – Natwest T20 Blast, Lancashire Innings – Samit Patel added to his half-century as he claimed two wickets as Nottinghamshire Outlaws beat Lancashire Lightning by 33 runs at Trent Bridge in the Blast opener

Samit blasts off for Outlaws

Nottinghamshire v Lancashire — NatWest T20 Blast, Nottinghamshire Innings – Samit Patel top scored with 56 as Nottinghamshire Outlaws made a strong start to the NatWest T20 Blast after being put into bat first by Lancashire Lightning. He had useful support from Michael Lumb, James Taylor and Riki Wessels as Notts set a challenging total of 182-5 at Trent Bridge on the opening night of the new tournament.

Eoin Morgan on Middlesex, England, captaincy and NatWest T20 Blast

Eoin Morgan spoke after an excellent few days in which he scored a century against Lancashire to help Middlesex win their LV= County Championship match at Lord’s. The explosive batsman also looked ahead to Middlesex’s NatWest T20 Blast double-header this weekend before turning his attention to Sri Lanka next week.

Northants Steelbacks crowned T20 champions

Watch the highlights from Edgbaston as Northants Steelbacks beat Surrey on a thrilling Finals Day. David Willey starred with a half-century followed by 4-9 which included a hat-trick. Cameron White and Alex Wakely also made 50s as Northants cruised to victory.

Marcus Trescothick challenges Somerset to blast 300

Marcus Trescothick believes a record score is there for the taking during this season’s NatWest T20 Blast. The Somerset legend has challenged his side to produce it, especially with the small boundaries at Taunton and their array of big-hitters!

Best Wickets: NatWest T20 Blast

Check out some of these incredible wickets from Twenty20 of old – more to come in the NatWest T20 Blast starting on Friday!

Alastair Cook pleased with Scotland victory

England captain Alastair Cook was pleased to get the summer off to a perfect start by beating Scotland in Aberdeen. Cook reserved praise for Ian Bell, James Anderson and James Tredwell following the 39-run win.

Paul Farbrace on Peter Moores

England Assistant Coach Paul Farbrace talks about Head Coach Peter Moores and how he sees their partnership developing.

Alastair Cook happy with early signs

Alastair Cook said he was pleased with the first few weeks of Peter Moores’ second tenure in charge of the England team. England play Scotland on Friday in the first international match of the summer.

Chris Jordan loving life with England

Sussex and England all-rounder Chris Jordan is loving life on the international stage. The pace bowler has enjoyed a fine 2014 and hopes for more of the same ahead of the international summer.