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Paras Khadka top-scored with 33

Netherlands v Nepal, 4th T20I

Pun, Khadka seal Nepal's consolation win

For the fourth time in four games, Netherlands batted first and set Nepal a challenging target, but unlike the previous three matches, the visitors held their nerve to register a consolatory three-wicket win in Rotterdam

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Sam Billings plays the pull

Sussex v Kent, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Hove

Blake and Billings see off Sussex

Young guns Sam Billings and Alex Blake led the way with the bat as Kent crushed Sussex by seven wickets in front of a Hove full house

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Brendon McCullum was in attacking mood

Birmingham v Derbyshire, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Edgbaston

McCullum 158* blazes way for Birmingham

Brendon McCullum blazed a brilliant unbeaten 158 - the joint second-highest individual score in world T20 cricket - as Birmingham beat Derbyshire by 60 runs

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Tom Kohler-Cadmore notched a half-century

Notts v Worcestershire, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Trent Bridge

No winning start for Moores as Kohler-Cadmore stars

There was no immediate joy for former England coach Peter Moores, brought into Trent Bridge on a three-month contract, as Notts lost to Worcestershire by 20 runs to undermine their slim hopes of reaching the last eight

Karl Brown led Lancashire's recovery

Lancashire v Yorkshire, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Old Trafford

Lancashire soar to Roses victory

Yorkshire were sent packing in a manner that they could barely have imagined, thrashed by 29 runs in front of a joyful Manchester crowd

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Hamish Marshall struggled in making 17

Somerset v Gloucestershire, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Taunton

Marshall stars as Gloucs stroll to victory

Hamish Marshall and Michael Klinger produced an opening stand of 156 as Gloucestershire thrashed arch-rivals Somerset by eight wickets

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Mark Stoneman anchored Durham with a half-century

Durham v Leicestershire, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Chester-le-Street

Stoneman lifts Durham to valuable win

Durham's limited-overs captain Mark Stoneman made the county's second highest Twenty20 score of 89 not out to lead his side to a 38-run NatWest T20 Blast win over Leicestershire