1st Quarter-Final, NatWest t20 Blast at Derby
New Zealander Matt Henry took a stunning catch in Derbyshire's T20 Blast match against Hampshire
- Players/Officials : Matt Henry
Essex captain Ryan ten Doeschate was calm and collected enough to keep control of a catch on the boundary and see of Essex's Luke Wright.
Yorkshire's domestic-record total of 260/4 was too much for Northants, and kept the Vikings' playoff hopes alive.
Steve Harmison praises India's patient approach with the bat on the first day at Trent Bridge | Aug 18, 2018
As part of the NatWest #NoBoundaries campaign ESPNcricinfo went along to Sileby Town Ladies v Charlbury Women to provide the big match experience, with interviews and ball-by-ball commentary | Aug 18, 2018
Steve Harmison explains how England were able to get three wickets in the opening session at Trent Bridge | Aug 18, 2018
Steve Harmison and Akash Chopra discuss which side had the better of the first session at Trent Bridge | Aug 18, 2018
Steve Harmison feels if the Indian batsmen cannot trust their footwork, they are bound to struggle against the new ball | Aug 18, 2018
Former India opener Aakash Chopra speaks about the constant chopping and changing of the Indian openers, and how it affects the stability in the team | Aug 18, 2018
A round-up of cricket news from around the world on August 17, 2018 | Aug 18, 2018
Does M Vijay get another go? And does Hardik Pandya still fit into the plans? | Aug 17, 2018
Rishabh Pant and Jasprit Bumrah were in focus with the visitors 0-2 down in the series against England | Aug 17, 2018
Yorkshire batsman Adam Lyth broke the English domestic record for a T20 innings with a total of 161 runs off 73 balls against Northants.
Derbyshire's Hardus Viljoen ran out Durham batsman Michael Richardson with a side-foot kick right at the stumps
Derbyshire wicketkeeper Daryn Smit misjudged a googly from Matt Critchley and copped a blow
Derbyshire kept their playoff hopes alive with a three-wicket victory over Durham with just three balls to spare at Derby.
Sam Billings' unbeaten 56 off 33 balls lead Kent to a comfortable six-wicket victory over Somerset at Taunton
Yorkshire captain Tim Bresnan was the standout performer of the Roses Match, taking 6 for 19 in a thrilling spell to seal a 19-run win ov...