Rare Trent Bridge win for the Bears

Yorkshire Post - Sports Monday - - CRICKET -

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.

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