Bailey has Foxes on run before rain sets in
The Cricket Paper|August 30, 2020
TOM Bailey took his maiden t20 ve-wicket haul but the weather ended Lancashire Lightning’s contest at Leicestershire Foxes early.
Toby Smith

Bailey was excellent in his four overs and finished with 5-17, the second-best figures in Lancashire’s t20 history, as the Foxes limped along to 150-9 from their 20 overs.

However, the rain started to fall heavily after the halfway stage and the match was called off shortly after.

For the Foxes, this was their second rain-affected game in three days after their opening Blast fixture against Derbyshire Falcons was called off without a ball being bowled.

The visitors won the toss and elected to field, which proved to be a wise choice.

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