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Colesman Ballz

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Banton brings up his century, and the century partnership with his fourth six. 169-2 after 16.1 ovrs.
 

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Somerset innings closes at 206-8. Banton was out the very next ball, and Abell hit 63 from 33 deliveries.
 

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Fat Lady poised at Taunton, with Kent requiring 65 runs to win from 12 balls, and nine wickets down !
 

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Kent 151 all out (18.4 overs). Another crucial mahoosive win for the Cidermen by 55 runs.

The real turning point was Craig Overton taking 3 wickets for no runs in his final over to leave Kent on 101-5 after 12.6 overs.
 

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Banton looks special, was a bit worried after his first good innings and he received a bit of undue hype, he did not do that well after, but he is now looking like the real deal.

BTW Tres seems a great talker of the game, hope he is a Sky fixture for years.
 
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Two crushing wins for Somerset who have a great chance now to get a Q/F. Was unable to make the County Ground scene for the Kent thrashing due to a trip to London for Spurs v Villa.

Did go to the Ageas to see the Hampshire game which somehow avoided the rain. Banton and Byrom failed for a change but Babar hit a magnificent unbeaten century. “Hit” is not really the right word as his timing is his strong suit. Caressing a ball in the slot off Abbott over cover for 6 was supreme. Tom Abell scored heavily and quickly too and the 200+ was well over par. The inept, misfiring Hampshire batsmen never had a chance and they would probably have been bowled out for less than 100 before the rain wiped out the last 8 overs to spare further humiliation.
 
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