Hosein hits fifty in Seconds defeat
Harvey Hosein hit 66 and Alex Wyatt took 2-43 but the Derbyshire Seconds lost by seven wickets to Warwickshire in the Second XI One-Day Trophy.
Derbyshire won the toss and captain Tom Milnes elected to bat first, opening the batting with Hosein and scoring a brisk 38 from 33 balls before being run out.
Tom Wood joined Hosein at the crease and the pair added 81 before Wood was caught by Oliver Hannon-Dalby from the bowling of Josh Poysden for 44.
Matt Critchley added 22 runs before he met the same fate as Wood, caught by Hannon-Dalby off Poysden. Callum Brodrick was out without scoring, caught by Mitchell Spencer ass Poysden picked up his third wicket.
Hosein’s innings came to an end as he was lbw to Sunny Singh, scoring 66 runs from 91 balls and hitting six fours. Rahib Ali (3) and Lee Thomason (0) were quickly dismissed by Poysden, Derbyshire on 189-7.
Greg Cork hit a well-made 32 from 40 balls to take Derbyshire past 200 before he was caught by Poysden off Spencer.
Derbyshire were all out for 239 after Wyatt (3) and Dan Gibbs (0) were dismissed, with Ben Cotton not out on 18, setting Warwickshire a target of 240 runs to win.
Derbyshire made an early breakthrough in the Warwickshire innings as Alex Mellor (1) was caught by Critchley from the bowling of Wyatt in the second over.
Liam Banks hit 12 before he was caught by Milnes, Wyatt claiming his second wicket with Warwickshire 33-2. Seven overs later Aaron Thomason was caught behind by Hosein from the bowling of Gibbs after scoring 28 runs from 49 balls.
Matthew Lamb and Ateeq Javid scored quickly, Lamb finishing on an unbeaten 103 and Javid 86 not out, steering Warwickshire to 240-3, winning by seven wickets.
Second XI are next in action on Monday 5 June when they take on Northamptonshire in a three-day Championship fixture at Belper Meadows CC.
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