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Summary

  1. Surrey and Notts go through to semi-finals
  2. Taylor makes 154 in Notts' 429-9; Somerset out for 405
  3. Surrey's Sangakkara (121) hits 100th hundred
  4. Surrey post 313-7; Yorkshire fall short on 289-9
  5. Essex v Notts on Friday
  6. Worcestershire v Surrey on Saturday

Live Reporting

By Felix Keith

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thank you and good night

    So that's a wrap. We've been treated to a whopping 1,436 runs across nearly 200 overs in today's two excellent games. I think that's plenty.

    Join us again this weekend for coverage of the semi-finals, where - fingers crossed - we'll have games of similar quality and competitiveness.

    Until then, thanks for joining us. Goodbye and goodnight.

  2. One-Day Cup semi-finals

    So wins by 24 runs for both Nottinghamshire and Surrey in today's quarter-finals. Here's what they have won.

    Essex v Nottinghamshire - County Ground, 13:00 BST, Friday 16 June

    Worcestershire v Surrey - New Road, 11:00 BST, Saturday 17 June.

  3. Team display from Surrey

    Surrey beat Yorkshire by 24 runs

    It really was a team display from Surrey. Kumar Sangakkara's 121 and Ben Foakes' 86 helped them reach a competitive total of 313-7.

    But arguably it was in the field where they were their most impressive. The energy, ground fielding and varied bowling made scoring difficult for Yorkshire.

    Foakes Sangakkara

    Adam Lyth (75) and Jack Leaning (42) looked to have them on track, but Surrey wrestled back momentum, dismissing Peter Handscomb for 60.

    Despite Matthew Waite's 34 they fell short with Ravi Rampaul picking up 3-54.

  4. BreakingSURREY BEAT YORKSHIRE BY 24 RUNS

    Tom Curran finishes it off and Surrey are through to the semi-finals to face Worcestershire at New Road on Saturday. They've deservedly beaten Yorkshire at Headingley.

    A wonderful all-round display, full of varied bowling and excellent fielding.

  5. WICKET: Waite (b T Curran) 34

    Yorkshire 287-9

    A good hand from Matthew Waite comes to an end as he plays one inventive shot too many.

    Tom Curran cleans him up as he makes room and tries to cut the ball off his stumps. Not that it matters. Surrey are going to the semi-finals this weekend to play Worcestershire.

  6. Yorkshire need 29 runs from 6 balls

    Tom Curran will bowl the final over.

  7. 'Everything's come together for Surrey'

    Ebony Rainford-Brent

    Ex-England batter on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    All round Surrey's bowling and fielding has come together. And Sangakkara we know what he's done, what the master has made.

  8. WICKET Fisher (run out Rampaul) 3

    Yorkshire 284-8

    Surrey have been dynamite in the field. So much so that even Ravi Rampaul is running people out.

    He misfields from Matthew Waite's shot at mid-off but he recovers and a direct hit sees Matthew Fisher heading back to the pavilion.

  9. WICKET: Rafiq (run out Dernbach) 9

    Yorkshire 279-7

    Jade Dernbach is a big football fan and he shows it from some nimble feet there. Matthew Waite jams down on a slower ball yorker and goes for a run.

    Azeem Rafiq is left hung out to dry as Dernbach finds the stumps with his trusty right foot.

  10. Yorkshire need 36 from 12 balls

    Waite 31, Rafiq 8

    Tom Curran then nails a yorker, Azeem Rafiq misses an attempted reverse paddle and mistimes one down to mid-on.

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  12. Waite dropped by Dernbach

    Yorkshire 276-6

    Matthew Waite smashes the first ball of Tom Curran's over for four over extra-cover, but is nearly out off the second.

    Jade Dernbach runs in from fine leg, but shells it.

  13. Yorkshire need 44 from 18 balls

    Waite 24, Rafiq 7

    Matthew Waite glides Jade Dernbach's first ball off the stumps for four down to third man.

    Denbach's then goes: yorker, yorker, slower ball, slower ball, full toss.

    The result is nine runs from the over.

  14. Yorkshire need 53 from 24 balls

    Waite 17, Rafiq 4

    Lovely stuff Matthew Waite. Two runs across the crease, two flicks down to fine-leg, two boundaries from Sam Curran's bowling.

    Curran responds with one that skims the leg-stump and one that hits the pad. He finishes with 0-62 from his 10 overs.

  15. Yorkshire 250-6 (Target 314)

    Waite 8, Rafiq 3

    Jade Dernbach is in his element now, bowling at the death with plenty of runs in the bag to play with. He nails a full house of tricks, bringing out the back-of-the-hand slower ball, back of a length quick one and a classic yorker.

    Azeem Rafiq gets the final ball away for two, but it's not enough. 64 runs required from 30 balls now.

  16. WICKET: Handscomb (c Burns b Dernbach) 60

    Yorkshire 245-6

    What. A. Catch. Take a bow Rory Burns. That is surely the game for Surrey.

    Peter Handscomb clobbers Jade Dernbach's first ball out to cow corner, but Burns sprints around and dives to take it just in front of the rope. Awesome stuff and yet another example of modern one-day fielding.

  17. Yorkshire 245-5 (Target 314)

    Handscomb 60, Waite 6

    Some wonderful, athletic fielding from Surrey. It's making such a difference. Two powerful strokes out into the deep are mopped up and Sam Curran's over goes for just seven runs.

    69 runs from 36 balls is the equation.

  18. Close for Handscomb

    Yorkshire 238-5

    Peter Handscomb has an almighty swing at Sam Curran, with an outside edge just evading the gloves of Ben Foakes.

  19. Yorkshire 238-5

    Handscomb 59, Waite 1

    Advantage Surrey? It's almost all on the shoulders of Peter Handscomb now.

  20. WICKET: Bresnan (c Foakes b Rampaul) 8

    Yorkshire 236-5

    Reverse swing from Ravi Rampaul does for Tim Bresnan, whose big old swipe across the line sees an inside edge go through to Ben Foakes.

    The umpires confer and Bresnan walks off. Here comes Matthew Waite.