1986 NatWest Trophy

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1986 NatWest Trophy
Administrator(s) England and Wales Cricket Board
Cricket format Limited overs cricket
(60 overs per innings)
Tournament format(s) Knockout
Champions Sussex (4th title)
Participants 32
Matches played 30
Most runs 202 Allan Green (Sussex)
Most wickets 11 Imran Khan (Sussex)
Official website CricketArchive tournament page
1985
1987

The 1986 NatWest Trophy was the 6th NatWest Trophy. It was an English limited overs county cricket tournament which was held between 25 June and 6 September 1986.[1] The tournament was won by Sussex County Cricket Club who defeated Lancashire County Cricket Club by 7 wickets in the final at Lord's.

Summary[edit]

The seventeen first-class counties, were joined by thirteen Minor Counties: Berkshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Cornwall, Cumberland, Devon, Dorset, Durham, Hertfordshire, Northumberland, Oxfordshire, Staffordshire and Suffolk. The Ireland national cricket team and the Scotland national cricket team also participated.

Teams who won in the first round progressed to the second round. The winners in the second round then progressed to the quarter-final stage. Winners from the quarter-finals then progressed to the semi-finals from which the winners then went on to the final at Lord's which was held on 6 September 1986.

In the first round at Derby, Derbyshire batsmen Alan Hill and Iain Anderson put on a then record partnership for any wicket in limited overs cricket. 286, for the 2nd wicket versus Cornwall. The semi-final between Worcestershire and Sussex at Worcester took three days to complete due to bad weather. Sussex won by 5 wickets and Imran Khan was the man of the match. At The Oval, Lancashire won by 4 runs Trevor Jesty scored 112 and was man of the match for Surrey.[2]

In the Final, Ian Gould's Sussex beat Lancashire by 7 wickets. Medium pace bowler Dermot Reeve took 4-20 and was man of the match. Paul Parker scored the highest score of the game, 85. This was the last big game for Lancashire, and former West Indies, captain Clive Lloyd who retired at the end of the season.[2]

First round[edit]

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Gloucestershire
249/9 (60 overs)
v
Berkshire
129 all out (37.3 overs)
Andy Stovold 58
Peter Lewington 3/23 (12 overs)
Mark Simmons 26
David Lawrence 4/36 (8 overs)
Gloucestershire won by 120 runs
Courages Cricket Ground, Reading
Umpires: Derek Dennis & David Evans
Player of the match: David Lawrence (Gloucestershire)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Surrey
198/9 (60 overs)
v
Cheshire
159 all out (55.4 overs)
Grahame Clinton 49
Barry Wood 4/56 (12 overs)
Neil O'Brien 23
Tony Gray 3/23 (12 overs)
Surrey won by 39 runs
Oxton Cricket Club Ground, Oxton
Umpires: Barrie Meyer & Clive Smith
Player of the match: Alan Butcher (Surrey)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Derbyshire
365/3 (60 overs)
v
Cornwall
161 all out (58.1 overs)
Alan Hill 153
David Toseland 2/41 (12 overs)
Philip Stephens 54
Reg Sharma 4/29 (12 overs)
Derbyshire won by 204 runs
County Ground, Derby
Umpires: Arthur Jepson & Mervyn Kitchen
Player of the match: Alan Hill (Derbyshire)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Nottinghamshire
212/8 (60 overs)
v
Devon
153/8 (60 overs)
Derek Randall 53
Keith Donohue 3/42 (12 overs)
Nick Gaywood 49
Richard Hadlee 2/10 (9 overs)
Nottinghamshire won by 59 runs
The Maer Ground, Exmouth
Umpires: John Harris & David Shepherd
Player of the match: Nick Gaywood (Devon)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Hertfordshire
122 all out (58.3 overs)
v
Hampshire
124/6 (41.2 overs)
Francis Collyer 26
Nigel Cowley 3/19 (12 overs)
Chris Smith 25
Robert Hailey 4/32 (12 overs)
Hampshire won by 4 wickets
County Ground, Southampton
Umpires: John Holder & Ray Julian
Player of the match: Robert Hailey (Hertfordshire)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Cumberland
178/5 (60 overs)
v
Lancashire
179/2 (51.2 overs)
Steven Sharp 40*
John Abrahams 2/26 (12 overs)
John Abrahams 67*
David Halliwell 1/29 (12 overs)
Lancashire won by 8 wickets
Old Trafford, Manchester
Umpires: Mike Hendrick & Allan Jones
Player of the match: John Abrahams (Lancashire)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Leicestershire
305/5 (60 overs)
v
Ireland
138/4 (60 overs)
David Gower 121*
Hugh Milling 4/63 (12 overs)
Mark Cohen 32
Phil DeFreitas 1/18 (7 overs)
Leicestershire won by 167 runs
Grace Road, Leicester
Umpires: Bob Duckett & Nigel Plews
Player of the match: David Gower (Leicestershire)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Northamptonshire
259 all out (60 overs)
v
Middlesex
262/3 (59 overs)
Allan Lamb 80
Wayne Daniel 4/33 (12 overs)
Mike Gatting 118*
David Capel 1/29 (12 overs)
Middlesex won by 7 wickets
County Ground, Northampton
Umpires: Kevin Lyons & Peter Wight
Player of the match: Mike Gatting (Middlesex)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Essex
298/9 (60 overs)
v
Northumberland
219/5 (60 overs)
Alan Lilley 113
Peter Graham 2/28 (12 overs)
Kenneth Pearson 61
Neil Foster 2/30 (12 overs)
Essex won by 79 runs
Osborne Avenue, Jesmond
Umpires: Barrie Leadbeater & David Lloyd
Player of the match: Alan Lilley (Essex)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Dorset
132 all out (54.1 overs)
v
Somerset
135/2 (33.2 overs)
Andrew Kennedy 39
Joel Garner 4/36 (9 overs)
Nigel Felton 59*
Andrew Kennedy 1/6 (4 overs)
Somerset won by 8 wickets
County Ground, Taunton
Umpires: Sam Cook & David Halfyard
Player of the match: Nigel Felton (Somerset)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Glamorgan
205/7 (60 overs)
v
Staffordshire
144 all out (49.3 overs)
David Banks 37
Geoff Holmes 3/21 (12 overs)
Glamorgan won by 61 runs
Lichfield Road, Stone
Umpires: John Jameson & Terry Spencer
Player of the match: Rodney Ontong (Glamorgan)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Suffolk
108 all out (49 overs)
v
Sussex
109/3 (35.1 overs)
Kevin Brooks 26*
Imran Khan 3/27 (12 overs)
Paul Parker 40*
Peter Hayes 1/8 (9 overs)
Sussex won by 7 wickets
County Ground, Hove
Umpires: Barry Dudleston & Donald Thompsett
Player of the match: Dermot Reeve (Sussex)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Warwickshire
317/8 (60 overs)
v
Durham
182 all out (55.1 overs)
Alvin Kallicharran 99 (119)
Peter Kippax 3/61 (12 overs)
Ashok Patel 59 (64)
Anton Ferreira 3/28 (10 overs)
Warwickshire won by 135 runs
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Umpires: Roy Palmer & Alan Whitehead
Player of the match: Alvin Kallicharran (Warwickshire)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Worcestershire
292/6 (60 overs)
v
Oxfordshire
148/3 (60 overs)
Damian D'Oliveira 99
Simon Porter 3/58 (11 overs)
Geoffrey Ford 50
Dipak Patel 1/8 (7 overs)
Worcestershire won by 244 runs
New Road, Worcester
Umpires: Peter Eele & Bob White
Player of the match: Damian D'Oliveira (Worcestershire)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Cambridgeshire
176/8 (60 overs)
v
Yorkshire
177/3 (53.1 overs)
Justin Benson 85
Peter Hartley 3/49 (12 overs)
Martyn Moxon 75
Martin Stephenson 1/42 (10 overs)
Yorkshire won by 7 wickets
Headingley, Leeds
Umpires: Don Oslear & Harold Rhodes
Player of the match: Justin Benson (Cambridgeshire)

25 June 1986
(scorecard)
Scotland
165 all out (58.5 overs)
v
Kent
166/2 (53.2 overs)
Richard Swan 64*
Graham Dilley 5/29 (9.5 overs)
Chris Cowdrey 62*
Alan Stevenson 1/31 (9 overs)
Kent won by 8 wickets
Myreside, Edinburgh
Umpires: John Hampshire & Tommy Wilson
Player of the match: Graham Dilley (Kent)

Second round[edit]

9 July 1986
(scorecard)
Surrey
229/7 (60 overs)
v
Derbyshire
167 all out (53.5 overs)
Kim Barnett 47
Andrew Needham 4/32 (12 overs)
Surrey won by 62 runs
County Ground, Derby
Umpires: Don Oslear & Bob White
Player of the match: Jack Richards (Surrey)

9, 10 July 1986
(scorecard)
Gloucestershire
177 all out (55.4 overs)
v
Leicestershire
179/4 (56.1 overs)
Tony Wright 43
Winston Benjamin 3/28 (10 overs)
Leicestershire won by 6 wickets
The Royal & Sun Alliance County Ground, Bristol
Umpires: John Harris & Kevin Lyons
Player of the match: Chris Balderstone (Leicestershire)
  • Match was scheduled for one day but extended to two.

9 July 1986
(scorecard)
Worcestershire
278/5 (60 overs)
v
Hampshire
212 all out (53.1 overs)
Tim Curtis 94
Cardigan Connor 2/30 (12 overs)
Robin Smith 39
Phil Newport 3/62 (12 overs)
Worcestershire won by 66 runs
County Ground, Southampton
Umpires: Jack Birkenshaw & Allan Jones
Player of the match: Tim Curtis (Worcestershire)

9 July 1986
(scorecard)
Kent
161/9 (60 overs)
v
Nottinghamshire
162/4 (41.4 overs)
Simon Hinks 44
Kevin Evans 4/30 (12 overs)
Chris Broad 73
Eldine Baptiste 2/46 (12 overs)
Nottinghamshire won by 6 wickets
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Umpires: John Jameson & Mervyn Kitchen
Player of the match: Chris Broad (Nottinghamshire)

9 July 1986
(scorecard)
Lancashire
221 all out (60 overs)
v
Somerset
218/9 (60 overs)
Gehan Mendis 72
Nick Taylor 3/47 (12 overs)
Jon Hardy 53
Mike Watkinson 3/44 (12 overs)
Lancashire won by 3 runs
County Ground, Taunton
Umpires: David Evans & Ray Julian
Player of the match: Gehan Mendis (Lancashire)

9 July 1986
(scorecard)
Sussex
269/8 (60 overs)
v
Glamorgan
240 all out (59.2 overs)
Allan Green 102
Simon Base 2/49 (12 overs)
John Hopkins 47
Imran Khan 3/16 (11.2 overs)
Sussex won by 29 runs
County Ground, Hove
Umpires: Barry Dudleston & Roy Palmer
Player of the match: Imran Khan (Sussex)

9 July 1986
(scorecard)
Warwickshire
225 all out (59.5 overs)
v
Essex
191 all out (51.4 overs)
Geoff Humpage 70
Graham Gooch 3/31 (12 overs)
John Stephenson 55
Brian McMillan 3/54 (11.4 overs)
Warwickshire won by 64 runs
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Umpires: John Hampshire & John Holder
Player of the match: Geoff Humpage (Warwickshire)

9, 10 July 1986
(scorecard)
Yorkshire
205/9 (60 overs)
v
Middlesex
185 all out (57.3 overs)
Phil Robinson 66
Norman Cowans 4/24 (10 overs)
Andrew Miller 34
Paul Jarvis 3/32 (10.3 overs)
Yorkshire won by 20 runs
Headingley, Leeds
Umpires: Barrie Leadbeater & Peter Wight
Player of the match: Martyn Moxon (Yorkshire)
  • Match was scheduled for one day but extended to two.

Quarter-finals[edit]

30, 31 July, 1 August 1986
(scorecard)
Leicestershire
223/8 (60 overs)
v
Lancashire
226/4 (53.3 overs)
Phil DeFreitas 69
Paul Allott 4/28 (12 overs)
Neil Fairbrother 93*
Les Taylor 2/35 (9 overs)
Lancashire won by 6 wickets
Grace Road, Leicester
Umpires: Barrie Leadbeater & Don Oslear
Player of the match: Neil Fairbrother (Lancashire)
  • Match was scheduled for one day but extended to three.

30 July 1986
(scorecard)
Surrey
204/9 (60 overs)
v
Nottinghamshire
158 all out (51.5 overs)
David Thomas 65
Richard Hadlee 5/17 (12 overs)
Richard Hadlee 55
Graham Monkhouse 3/35 (8.5 overs)
Surrey won by 46 runs
The Oval, London
Umpires: David Constant & Nigel Plews
Player of the match: Richard Hadlee (Nottinghamshire)

30, 31 July 1986
(scorecard)
Warwickshire
136/8 (60 overs)
v
Worcestershire
137/2 (39.3 overs)
Alvin Kallicharran 39
Neal Radford 3/23 (12 overs)
David Smith 62
Anton Ferreira 1/24 (9.3 overs)
Worcestershire won by 8 wickets
New Road, Worcester
Umpires: David Evans & David Shepherd
Player of the match: David Smith (Worcestershire)
  • Match was scheduled for one day but extended to two.

30, 31 July 1986
(scorecard)
Sussex
213/7 (60 overs)
v
Yorkshire
125 all out (38.3 overs)
Ian Gould 88
Peter Hartley 3/47 (12 overs)
Phil Carrick 54
Garth Le Roux 4/17 (10.3 overs)
Sussex won by 88 runs
Headingley, Leeds
Umpires: Jack Birkenshaw & John Holder
Player of the match: Ian Gould (Sussex)
  • Match was scheduled for one day but extended to two.

Semi-finals[edit]

13 August 1986
(scorecard)
Lancashire
229 all out (58.3 overs)
v
Surrey
225 all out (58.5 overs)
Clive Lloyd 65
Sylvester Clarke 4/21 (11.3 overs)
Trevor Jesty 112
Paul Allott 3/47 (12 overs)
Lancashire won by 4 runs
The Oval, London
Umpires: Nigel Plews & Alan Whitehead
Player of the match: Trevor Jesty (Surrey)

13, 14, 15 August 1986
(scorecard)
Worcestershire
125 all out (51 overs)
v
Sussex
126/5 (49 overs)
Tim Curtis 22
Imran Khan 3/26 (12 overs)
Colin Wells 45*
Neal Radford 3/20 (12 overs)
Sussex won by 5 wickets
New Road, Worcester
Umpires: Don Oslear & Roy Palmer
Player of the match: Imran Khan (Sussex)
  • Match was scheduled for one day but extended to three.

Final[edit]

6 September 1986
(scorecard)
Lancashire
242/8 (60 overs)
v
Sussex
243/3 (58.2 overs)
Neil Fairbrother 63 (108)
Dermot Reeve 4/20 (12 overs)
Paul Parker 85 (112)
Jack Simmons 1/31 (12 overs)
Sussex won by 7 wickets
Lord's, London
Umpires: Dickie Bird & Ken Palmer
Player of the match: Dermot Reeve (Sussex)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NatWest Trophy, 1986 - Fixtures". CricketArchive. Retrieved 26 May 2010. (subscription required (help)). 
  2. ^ a b Benson and Hedges Cricket Year - Fifth Edition September 1985 to September 1986 - Editor David Lemmon pages 333-430

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