Sussex maintain winning form
A review of Wednesday's action in the Royal London One-Day Cup, including wins for Sussex, Kent and Leicestershire.
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Half-centuries from Luke Wright, Ed Joyce and Craig Cachopa lifted the Sharks to 289 for eight - and Surrey could only manage 253 for nine despite 85 from 97 balls from Tillakaratne Dilshan.
Azhar Mahmood chipped in with 40 for the hosts but Sussex bowled superbly on a slow pitch being used for the third successive game and Surrey's innings petered out.
Bollinger's bubbly bowling display helped dismiss Glamorgan for 209, after which the 33-year-old left-armer sat with his feet up on the players' balcony at Canterbury as he watched a successful Spitfires' pursuit - inspired by an unbeaten 62 from Darren Stevens.
O'Brien hammered seven sixes, including the winning hit off James Tomlinson, and five fours in his 105 not out as Leicestershire chased down a revised target of 186 from 25 overs with four balls to spare.
Leicestershire, who were heavily beaten by Gloucestershire the previous night, required 10 from Tomlinson's last over but left-handed O'Brien made light of it by hitting the first ball for four and the second over the ropes at mid-wicket.