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Hampshire's Champions League Twenty20 adventure has ended at the first hurdle after they crashed to an eight-wicket defeat to Auckland Aces, who progress to the main draw as a result.
Azhar Mahmood and Martin van Jaarsveld played starring roles as Kent won their t20 clash with Surrey.
Middlesex took just 21 minutes to wrap up a nine-wicket victory over Kent on day three at Lord's.
Wahab Riaz took a hat-trick and Azhar Mahmood slammed a century as Kent beat Gloucestershire by eight wickets.
Nic Pothas hit an unbeaten hundred as struggling Hampshire batted out for a draw on the final day at Canterbury.
Kent won the first Twenty20 Cup semi-final against Essex by 14 runs at the Rose Bowl.
Kent needed an eighth-wicket stand of 34 to chase a target of 140 for a three-wicket win over Yorkshire.
Surrey managed only their second win of the Twenty20 Cup as they beat Kent by six runs at Canterbury.
Four byes from the penultimate ball handed holders Kent a nervy six-wicket victory against Sussex at Canterbury.
Kent had to settle for a draw despite asking Hampshire to follow-on at the Rose Bowl.
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Ian Smith said New Zealand played well enough to beat England at Lord's before their vulnerability resurfaced in a shocking fourth innings collapse.
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