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Yorkshire Bank 40
Yorkshire made it two wins from two in the Pro40 League with a dramatic two-wicket win over Middlesex at Headingley.
The home side appeared well set in reply to the Crusaders' total of 183-8 after Craig White (49) had got them off to a flying start.
Gerard Brophy also contributed 49 before becoming one of three batsmen to fall in the space of seven balls.
With the run rate mounting, the Phoenix suddenly began to feel the heat, and an amazing collapse saw them lose five wickets for just seven runs.
It was left to young duo Richard Pyrah and David Wainwright to see them home as they scored 12 runs off the final over of the contest bowled by Tim Murtagh.
Pyrah's heroics with the bat completed a fine all-round performance after he had captured 3-22 earlier in the day.
Visiting skipper Ed Smith and Ireland international Eoin Morgan both cut the medium-pacer to backward point as Middlesex slumped to 61-5.
They were indebted to the efforts of Ben Scott for getting them up to a challenging total, the wicketkeeper making an unbeaten 54 from 71 balls.
He shared a solid stand of 45 in 11 overs with Chaminda Vaas before Anthony McGrath had the Sri Lankan caught on the long-on boundary for 23.