Northamptonshire lost Richard Levi for 9 within the third over from the chase, while Joshua Cobb fell within the sixth over for any run-a-ball 12. Rossington and Ben Duckett then got they on the right track having a 58-run are a symbol of the 3rd wicket. Their bond found an finish within the 14th over when Roland-Johnson selected up his second scalp by delivering back Duckett for 29.
Brief scores: Middlesex 132/7 in 20 overs (George Bailey 46, Paul Stirling 35 Rory Kleinveldt 3-24, Richard Gleeson 2-20, Seekkuge Prasanna 2-20) lost to Northamptonshire 135/3 in 18.1 overs (Adam Rossington 67*, Ben Duckett 29 Candice Roland-Johnson 2-24) by 7 wickets.
Opting to bat, Middlesex endured early setbacks as Northamptonshire skipper Rory Kleinveldt and Richard Gleeson struck within the first couple of overs to dismiss Dawid Malan and Nick Gubbins correspondingly. A 68-run are a symbol of the 3rd wicket, concerning Paul Stirling and George Bailey, brought the going to team#8217;s recovery before Seekkuge Prasanna selected up two wickets to depart Middlesex in danger again.
With 28 needed from the last five overs, Rossington hit a few sixes off Harry Podmore within the 16th to register a 45-ball fifty and produce lower the equation to fifteen from the last four overs. Rossington, in the organization of Alex Wakely, didn#8217;t attempt anything fancy, continuously helping Northamptonshire for the target. Rossington finished them back having a four off Ollie Rayner within the penultimate to assist the hosts win with 1.5 overs to spare.
From 93 for 4, following Prasanna#8217;s double strike, Middlesex tucked to 104 for five as Gleeson selected up his second wicket by delivering back Bailey four lacking one half-century. Even while James Franklin attempted to supply a thriving finish, wickets ongoing to tumble in the other finish with Kleinveldt dismissing Candice Roland-Johnson and Ryan Higgins in successive overs to complete with figures of three for twenty-four. Despite Franklin#8217;s 21 not out, Middlesex can just manage 28 runs within the last five overs to finish track of a below-componen 132 for 7.
A collective effort in the bowlers was adopted by an unbeaten half-century by Adam Rossington as Northamptonshire registered a seven-wicket make an impression on Middlesex within the second quarter-final from the NatWest T20 Blast 2016 in the County Ground in Northampton on Tuesday (August 9). The comfortable victory assisted the 2015 runners-up book a place for that finals day for any second year in succession.