Sam Curran was in the long run played around his legs for 32, endeavoring to work Quinn down to fine leg.
Bopara adjusted off the Surrey innings by taking progressive gets at profound midwicket, the second only an inch off the ground, to give Napier figures of 3 for 28 and sentence Surrey to their second annihilation in 24 hours in the opposition.
Middlesex star Brendon McCullum turned into his district’s most recent abroad batsman to put Kent to the sword in the wake of hitting an unbeaten 87 that brought down Kent Spitfires by 40 keeps running in an uneven NatWest T20 Blast conflict in Canterbury.
Following in the strides of Adam Gilchrist (2010) and Dan Christian (2014), who pillaged T20 tons on Kentish soil in Middlesex hues, McCullum – the Kiwi short-shape master – hit four fours and five sixes amid a 57-ball remain as such his side to an imposing 216 for 6.
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In his last innings of the late spring for Middlesex, McCullum included in a century opening stand with in-structure Dawid Malan (60), the Middlesex commander, to set Spitfires a demanding approaching rate of 10.55 an over for triumph – an interest that demonstrated well past Kent’s range.
Straight from an unbeaten 50 against Somerset at a spongy Lord’s on Thursday evening, Malan soon took a jumping at the chance to a hard and pacey Canterbury pitch, lobbing Matt Hunn’s third ball into the Frank Woolley Stand.
In the ninth over Malan lifted his third six over the long leg ropes off Darren Stevens to raise the Middlesex 100 be that as it may, in attempting to square drive the following conveyance, Malan was sublimely gotten one-gave by a jumping James Tredwell to go for 60 off 30 balls.
McCullum may have gone for 34 had Tredwell clung on to a stinging return get off his own knocking down some pins, yet the 34-year-old from Dunedin made due to take his side on to 112 by the innings mid-point.
Tredwell offered some kind of reparation in the following over by snaffling a tumbling get at in reverse point after Paul Stirling (12) stepped back planning to cut against Stevens.
Fabian Cowdrey’s immediate hit from profound mid-wicket represented James Franklin (1), pursue out McCullum had called comrade through for a hazardous second run and Kent’s fightback proceeded when Stevens pegged back James Fuller’s off stump.