James Vince hits 63 and 102 on the same night as Hampshire double up in Blast



In-form James Vince had another day to remember with two vital innings as Hampshire won back-to-back games to keep their slender Vitality Blast hopes alive on Friday. Vince first hit 63 as Hampshire beat Essex by 18 runs, the visitors being bowled out for 153 in pursuit of 172 despite 60 from Dan Lawrence. Vince then followed up with 102 from 59 balls as Hampshire overhauled Sussex’s 183 for six to win their second match of the evening by six wickets with four balls to spare. Ravi Bopara (62) and Luke Wright (54) had both hit half-centuries for Sussex, who slipped to third in the table. Surrey kept themselves in contention as they climbed above Gloucestershire with a seven-wicket victory in a must-win fixture at Cheltenham.


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