One-Day Cup: Graeme White takes 6-37 in Northants win over Lancashire
|Royal London One-Day Cup, County Ground|
|Northamptonshire 287-8 (50 overs): Duckett 98, Keogh 66; Buck 3-45|
|Lancashire 211 (43.3 overs): Procter 52, Brown 51; White 6-37|
|Northamptonshire won by 76 runs|
Graeme White's career-best six-wicket haul helped Northamptonshire comfortably beat Lancashire by 76 runs in the One-Day Cup at Wantage Road.
The hosts were reduced to 37-3, but a 137-run stand between Ben Duckett (98) and Rob Keogh - who hit a List A career best 66 - helped them finish on 287-8.
In reply, Lancashire lost Jos Buttler for two and Alviro Petersen for three.
Despite half-centuries by Luke Procter (52) and Karl Brown (51), spinner White's 6-37 saw them all out for 211.
The 29-year-old left-armer's superb spell surpassed his previous best List A haul of 5-35, as he produced the sixth-best figures for a Northants player in the format and best for 11 years.
But his side was also helped, in part, to their first win of the One-Day Cup this season by some poor Lancashire batting, including Steven Croft inexplicably running himself out on 20 when he called a single which was never on.
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