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Lincolnshire beat Wilts to reach MCCA Trophy final


Lincolnshire are through to the final of the MCCA Knock Out Trophy after beating Wiltshire by 82 runs in their semi-final at Corsham.

After being put in to bat, Lincs made a modest 224-8 from their 50 overs with captain Paul Cook top-scoring with 50.

In reply Wilts' opener Mitchell Stokes was out first ball to Andy Carter who went to take 4-49.

Despite 52 from Tom Morton the hosts were all out for 142 with their final four wickets going for only two runs.

Lincolnshire will play Shropshire in the final at the Riverside at Chester-Le-Street on Wednesday, 11 August.

Wiltshire v Lincolnshire, MCCA Knock-out Trophy semi-final (Corsham):

Lincs 224-8 (Cook 50); Wilts 142 (Morton 52)

Lincolnshire win by 82 runs.

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