As Nottinghamshire Outlaws coasted at Trent Bridge Using a resounding 10-wicket victory over Middlesex brutal half-centuries smashed against.
Hales, who signed a contract together with the Outlaws earlier this week, flayed the Middlesex attack to the tune of 83 off 47 balls since he and Nash shared with a colossal partnership of 165.
Nash, making his very first Blast appearance of this season, finished with 74 from 53 balls as Nottinghamshire clinched the win with 3.4 overs to spare and reserved their next Finals Day area in four years.
After Middlesex had put his own hosts a target of 161, even though having an impressive bang of 53 from 31 chunks by England one-day captain Eoin Morgan that outcome never looked at all.
The Outlaws put Middlesex in and strangled their innings by the start, with off-spinner Matt Carter (2-16) accounting for receivers Paul Stirling (11) and Dawid Malan (two ) in the same time.
Pakistan left-armer Imad Wasim (2-31) inflicted a second double blow to the people with 2 wickets in as many deliveries – among the decoration of AB de Villiers (11), that swept him into the hands of deep midwicket.
John Simpson increased the pace with 25 out of 21 balls as well as once he had holed off Samit Patel, it had been down to Toby Roland-Jones (26 out of 19) to maintain Morgan business since the group added 58 at 33 deliveries.
By clipping on Harry Gurney for six to the leg , morgan brought up his half-century, but he sliced the ball that was next and as they clambered into 160-8, the Middlesex innings petered out.
Hales got Nottinghamshire off to a flying start in pursuit of the target, swinging Mujeeb Ur-Rahman for six and four from balls, and Nash shortly joined in as he hammered 14 over.
Middlesex’s bowlers were unable to stem the flow of runs, even together with the Outlaws and 50 departure over – once both batsmen were put down off skiers at long on, plus they fluffed their chance of a breakthrough.
Nash was first to his half-century from 30 balls, together with Hales carrying four deliveries to follow suit when Stevie Eskinazi spilled a catch in the deep off Roland-Jones and he had been given yet another life.
Hales finished off proceedings in the 17th finished ” an heave, with his twenty-six away Helm to the stands.
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