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England managed to delay the seemingly inevitable on Sunday in Adelaide, some stoic batting making sure Australia had to wait to go 2-0 up in the Ashes series.
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Craig Spearman hit 86 runs to take Gloucestershire into the Twenty20 Cup final, with an eight-wicket victory over perennial under-achievers Lancashire on Saturday.
The Lightning have never won this competition, despite being favourites after reaching Finals Day for the third time in five years and their big guns again failed to fire with the bat.
The loss of top scorer Mal Loye to a back spasm in the build-up to the game hit them hard, and they posted a below par 148-6 at Edgbaston in the Twenty20 specialist's absence.
Hamish Marshall (15) and man of the match Spearman got the Gladiators off to a quick start chasing, and Kadeer Ali chipped in with 33 runs to secure a comfortable victory for the Gladiators with three overs to spare.
Mark Hardinges starred for Gloucestershire with the ball, taking two wickets for 16 runs from his four overs, as the Gladiators performed superbly in the field.
Lancashire openers Stuart Law (eight) and Andrew Flintoff (three) laboured at the top of the innings, hitting just 12 runs before their partnership was broken in the third over.
Brad Hodge (32), and Steven Croft (33) made solid contributions, to push the Lightning up to 118 before the fall of the sixth wicket.
And Dominic Cork (23 not out) and Glenn Chapple (15 not out) combined for an unbeaten partnership of 30 from 23 deliveries, as Lancs made their way to 148-6 from their 20 overs.
Coverage of the other Twenty20 semi-final and the final, which follows is scheduled from 3pm live on Sky Sports 1 on Saturday.