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Royal London One Day Cup Final - History is made at Lord's

History is made at Lord's

The Royal London One-Day Cup final has produced some wonderful cricket at Lord's down the years and this year's competition is set to be no different. 

Last year’s final saw Warwickshire - captained by Ian Bell - thrash Surrey by eight wickets with England internationals Chris Woakes and Jonathan Trott starring to help seal their ninth Lord’s triumph overall.

The 2017 Royal London One-Day Cup final has the added bonus of being rescheduled to its more traditional position at the height of summer, with the conclusion of the tournament held at the Home of Cricket on Saturday 1 July.  

Despite a downpour across the country during the last week of group fixtures, Surrey still managed to progress from the South Group in third place with fourth-placed Sussex seeing their match against Hampshire abandoned also due to rain.

Essex finished top of the South Group after beating Kent by 57 runs while Somerset came second.

In the North Group, winners Worcestershire earned themselves a semi-final spot with Yorkshire finishing second and Nottinghamshire third.

Quarter Final Fixtures
Somerset v Nottinghamshire Taunton  13 June
Yorkshire v Surrey Headingley 13 June
Semi Final Fixtures
Essex v Winner of Game One Chelmsford  16 June
Worcestershire v Winner of Game Two New Road 17 June 

How to get tickets

Tickets for the match are now on general sale.

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Never been to Lord's?

Thinking about making your first trip to Lord's? There's much more going on at the Home of Cricket than just the top quality action on display in the middle.

Discover a bit more about the Ground and plan your day out in our Coming to Lord's section.

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