28 Aug

Middlesex's Max Holden also hammers Blast hundred but rain means six of the seven games end in no results

Keaton Jennings hit his first T20 hundred as Lancashire beat his former club Durham by 27 runs as the Vitality Blast got under way.

England batsman Jennings pounded 108 off 63 balls, an innings which featured 10 fours and three sixes, as he shared a Lancashire-record stand of 170 with opening partner Alex Davies (65 from 50 balls).

Jennings, whose previous best T20 score was 88, smashed Mark Wood for one of his three sixes and also struck four fours in a row off Matty Potts.  บาคาร่า 3 ใบ

Lancashire's 190-3 proved out of Durham's reach at Emirates Riverside, with the hosts only able to reply with 163-7 - Alex Lees top-scoring with 51 from 39 balls.

Max Holden's maiden T20 century could not help Middlesex beat Essex, though, with rain - which wrecked every fixture bar Durham vs Lancashire - ensuring the clash at Chelmsford ended in a no result. 

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