KEEPING LORD'S WORLD CLASS
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Adam Rossington smashed 74 in just 37 balls as Middlesex made light work of Kent in their Friends Life t20 clash at Uxbridge.
Wicket-keeper batsman Rossington - opening in place of Paul Stirling - struck ten fours and four sixes as the Panthers chased 141 in just 15.4 overs.
Dawid Malan and Joe Denly saw their side home for a nine-wicket win after Rossington fell to James Trewell, making 31 and 33 respectively.
Toby Roland-Jones had earlier impressed with the ball, taking figures of 2/19 in his four overs as Kent limped to 140 on a scorching day.