Rare Trent Bridge win for the Bears
CRICKET: Warwickshire’s bowlers turned in an impressive display to dismiss Nottinghamshire for 187 in a 108run Royal London One-Day Cup victory at Trent Bridge.
The Bears had not beaten Notts in any of their last six oneday meetings and were without a win at Trent Bridge since 2008 but had the better of the exchanges after opting to bat first.
Warwickshire scored 2959 from their 50 overs after winning the toss.
Sam Hain, following on from centuries in his two previous innings, made 72, with contributions of 56 from Ed Pollock and 51 from Adam Hose. Hain’s runs came from 91 balls, with five fours.
Matt Carter, on his one-day debut, returned figures of 4-40 for the hosts.
Notts were then bowled out in 38.5 overs, with Ross Taylor’s 56 the only meaningful resistance. Aaron Thomason picked up a career-best four for 45 for the visitors.