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Colin Ingram plundered 91 off 47 balls

Glamorgan v Essex, Royal London Cup, Group B, Cardiff

Ingram ton powers Glamorgan

Glamorgan picked up their second victory in the Royal London Cup as Colin Ingram and Graham Wagg's heroics with bat and ball earned a 146-run victory against Essex in Cardiff

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Billy Godleman drives through the off side

Derbyshire v Northamptonshire, Royal London Cup, Group A, Derby

Godleman's maiden ton seals bad-tempered victory

A Josh Cobb century was in vain as Billy Godleman's maiden limited overs hundred guided Derbyshire to a seven wicket Group A victory at Derby that keeps them in contention for a quarter-final place in the Royal London Cup

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Sam Billings played a brutal innings that defied conditions

Middlesex v Kent, Royal London Cup, Group B, Radlett

Gubbins and Rayner shine in all-round success

Middlesex produced an excellent all-round performance to beat Kent by 87 runs at Radlett and pick up their first victory in this year's Royal London Cup

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Tom Cooper crashed a 95-ball hundred

Somerset v Worcestershire, Royal London Cup, Group A, Taunton

Cooper sets up Somerset's first win

Tom Cooper smacked 93 off 91 balls as Somerset picked up their first Royal London Cup Group A points with a 56-run victory over Worcestershire at Taunton

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Gareth Roderick swings into the off side

Leicestershire v Gloucestershire, Royal London Cup, Group A, Grace Road

Klinger's direct hit seals one-run win

Outstanding fielding made the difference as Gloucestershire made it two wins in as many games in an exciting finish to a wonderful Royal London Cup game at Grace Road

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Steven Davies made his second fifty in two days

Durham v Surrey, Royal London Cup, Group A, Chester-le-Street

Davies and Burke down Durham

Resurgent Surrey moved clear as Group A leaders in the Royal London Cup as they beat holders Durham by 49 runs at Chester-le-Street

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Abhinav Mukund flays the ball through the off side

India A v Australia A, 2nd unofficial Test, Chennai

'Anything close to 150 will be a tough chase' - Abhinav

Abhinav Mukund, who batted 297 minutes to anchor India A's second innings with a 163-ball 59, believes a lead of 150 would make for a difficult fourth-innings chase for Australia A on a slow pitch with variable bounce