Somerset makes Essex work for Championship-winning draw, Duminy trounces Trinbago, and news signings for Adelaide.
Vanuatu created a new List A record; Sri Lanka will tour India in January; Essex came closer to the Championship title; and the Amazon Warriors have now won 7 matches out of 7.
Essex win their maiden T20 Blast title off the last ball, Afghanistan lose two in a row, and a washout in the Caribbean.
Worcestershire Rapids will face Essex Eagles in the final of the 2019 Vitality Blast.
Derbyshire Falcons and Essex Eagles will clash in the second semi-final of Vitality Blast 2019 at Edgbaston on September 21.
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street will host the first quarterfinal, between Lancashire Lightning and Essex Eagles on September 4.
Lancashire Lightning will play Essex Eagles in the first quarterfinal on September 4, at Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street.
An interesting day for Vitality Blast fans as three South Group matches are scheduled for August 29.
There will be plenty of changes in both the North and South groups tables on a day filled with T20 action.
August 22 will see two matches at Lord’s and Hove- Middlesex vs Hampshire and Sussex vs Essex.