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They bowled Worcestershire out for 261 in 49 overs yesterday after winning the toss and putting the home side in first.
Had the rain cleared up enough simply to allow the teams to get back on to the field to bowl those 14 more balls, Derbyshire would have needed to score six more to win, as long as they didn't lose a wicket.
only loop a gentle catch to Wayne Madsen at point.
That stand was for the fifth wicket after Derbyshire had imposed an early ascendancy by reducing the home side to 73 4 in the 22nd over.
Mark Footitt followed his five Leicestershire wickets with 4 65 and Taylor weighed in with a very good 3 48. If the weather had not been a consideration, you would have laid good money on the Falcons winning from there.
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But because the rain came with them 37 0 in 7.4 overs and the teams did not get back on, the outcome was match abandoned with one point each. A minimum of 10 overs have Nike Hypervenom White And Black
Whiteley, who played the decisive innings in the t20 meeting of the counties a week earlier, raced to 53 off 49 balls with five fours and two sixes but he sliced a drive to cover at 187 5 in the 40th over and Derbyshire re established their grip after that.
That was a sign that this might not be an easy batting wicket but it did not work out that way and Derbyshire took the further scalps of Daryl Mitchell (26), Tom Fell (23) and Alexei Kervezee (15) through their own high standards.
But Tom Kohler Cadmore and Ross Whiteley came together to halt their progress with that fifth wicket partnership.
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has yet worked out how to master the weather but Derbyshire continue to do the things they can control very well in this competition.
But for one partnership of 114 in 18 overs from Worcestershire, the Falcons were in total control.
Kohler Cadmore followed for 71, made off 84 balls with seven fours, and only Ben Cox (39) bothered them after that as the tail was mopped up.
to be bowled under the laws of the game.
That means they have taken 28 of the 30 opposition wickets so far in their three 50 over matches and that is already a big improvement on the side's struggles largely with a rookie bowling attack, it has to be said in the t20.
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