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If the 2016 NatWest T20 Blast is as good as the 2015 version, we are in for a treat. The stars of county cricket - and a bevy of quality overseas names - will light up Friday nights over the next few months, with Sky Sports first live game the clash between Essex Eagles and Surrey at Chelmsford.But before then, check out some of the best moments from our coverage in 2015, including a thrilling battle between Yorkshire and Lancashire; Andrew Flintoff bowling to A League of their Own pal Jamie Redknapp; and Alex Hales whacking six sixes in succession! Rip-roaring Roses clash Jos Buttler of Lancashire smashes the ball away to the fence against Yorkshire This Roses clash had it all. Not that the local derby at a sell-out Headingley wasn’t enough, but it was further aided by a reverse-sweep six of the first ball by Glenn Maxwell, and fine performances from some of the England stars - Gary Ballance, Joe Root and Jos Buttler - who were made available for the clash.Ballance smashed 31 from 18 with three sixes, Root hit a half-century, and had some fun with the Sky Sports commentary team. But the standout was Buttler, who showed just how devastating he can be in the shortest format with a blistering 71 from 35 balls with five fours and sixes (two fours and one six of which came in the final over) as Lancashire chased down 186 to win - Maxwell missing a run-out chance from the final ball! T20 Blast: North Group Rob Key makes his predictions Redknapp faces Freddie Jamie Redknapp cant bear to look as he dons a Surrey kit with his name on to face Freddie It wasn’t the only entertainment provided at the Roses match that night. Redknapp faced the fearsome bowling of Freddie Flintoff, and the slightly less intimidating – but ex-England international all the same – Matthew Hoggard at Headingley, too. Filmed for A League of their Own, it is fair to say Redknapp’s results were mixed, but at least the former Liverpool midfielder made it through the ordeal in one piece. T20 Blast: South Group Nasser Hussain backs Essex to shine this summer Cobbs crazy catch Josh Cobb plucks a stunning catch out of the sky in front of the boundary They say catches win matches. And although this might not exactly be true of this T20 Blast quarter-final between Northamptonshire and Sussex, as a certain knock from David Willey will later prove, this stunning effort from Josh Cobb certainly played its part in the Steelbacks success.Sussex were coasting along on a belter of a pitch at Hove, with Mahela Jayawardene hitting fifty off 30 balls and the Sharks 87-1 after nine overs. But then Cobbs stunning, sliding catch in the deep to dismiss the Sri Lankan star turned the game in their favour. Sussex managed only 65 runs from their final 10 overs and Willey did the rest… but more on that in a bit.Hales’ six succesive sixes Alex Hales sends another ball over the boundary in Nottinghamshires win over Birmingham This blistering knock from Hales set the tone and got the party started on the opening night of the 2015 T20 Blast, as he smashed six successive sixes against then holders, Birmingham Bears. His explosive exploits came in the 11th and 12th overs - with Boyd Rankin and Ateeq Javid the unfortunate bowlers. Hales struck 86 from 43 balls with five fours and eight sixes as the Nottinghamshire Outlaws made light of their 142-run target, winning with 33 balls to spare.Willey wows with hundred David Willey celebrates his century for Northamptonshire in their quarter-final win over Sussex Willey scored a sensational hundred from 40 balls in Northamptonshires quarter-final win over Sussex, with seven fours and a staggering 10 sixes. Chasing 166 to win and nicely placed at 78-1 after eight overs, it was Willeys aerial assault on Michael Yardy in the next over that all-but booked a Finals Day spot with the six balls in the scorecard reading 6-4-6-6-6-6. The England man will be hoping to make a similar impact this season, having switched Northants for Yorkshire.Catch live NatWest T20 Blast action on Friday night as Essex Eagles and Surrey meet at Chelmsford. That match is live on Sky Sports 2 from 7pm. We take a sneak peek at The Pod, which will be making its debut on Friday during the Essex Eagles v Surrey match, live on Sky Sports 2 from 7pm. Also See: T20 Blast: Overseas stars WATCH: 2015 Blast funnies Live cricket on Sky WATCH: Top Blast catches 2015 Kerryon Johnson Youth Jersey . The No. 1-ranked Nadal tweaked his back warming up for the Australian Open final, which he lost almost four weeks ago in a major upset against Stanislas Wawrinka. His first stop after the layoff is the clay in Rio as he tests the back and tries to stay healthy for the French Open in three months. Will Harris Lions Jersey . Vettel was 0.168 seconds faster than Red Bull teammate Mark Webber around the Suzuka circuit. Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg was two tenths of a second off Vettel. "The car balance is decent, but I think we can still improve," Vettel said. . The nimble-footed quarterback got his wish, dashing through the snow and a weary defence all the way into the NCAA record book. Jarrad Davis Jersey . Wilson hit Schenn from behind during Tuesday nights game in Philadelphia, earning a five-minute major for charging and a game misconduct. He has a phone hearing with the department of player safety, which limits any potential suspension to five or fewer games. Calvin Johnson Lions Jersey . MLS Commissioner Don Garber and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez also will attend the session, which was announced Monday. The league has discussed placing its next two expansion teams in Miami and Atlanta. BOULDER, Colo. -- Colorado wanted to build momentum with a big win over an FCS school. Idaho State was happy to fill its coffers by being the fall guy for the Buffaloes.Sefo Liufau passed for 204 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 54 yards and another score in less than a half as the Buffaloes beat the Bengals 56-7 on Saturday.Colorado has scored 100 points in its first two games but now the focus is playing at No. 5 Michigan next week with a chance to put a signature win on its resume and end an eight-year bowl drought.But thats not the only goal for the suddenly prolific BuffaloesTheres a misconception with everyone that we just want to get to a bowl game, Liufau said. Were shooting for much higher than that. We want to win every week.Phillip Lindsay ran for two scores as Colorado (2-0) built a 49-0 halftime lead on its way to a second straight blowout win.Liufau, who had 384 yards of offense in the 44-7 win over Colorado State last week to earn Pac-12 Player of the Week honors, had another big game with touchdown passes of 15 and 4 yards. He ended his day with a 19-yard touchdown run late in Colorados 35-point second quarter that made it 42-0.Liufaus backup Steven Montez connected with Kabion Ento for two more touchdown passes.Colorado won its first two games for just the second time in nine seasons. The Buffaloes are 5-40 in the Pac-12 since joining in 2011 and are hoping to use the first three games as a springboard into conference play.Theyre really hungry, coach Mike MacIntyre said. Theyre basically starving. In the Pac-12 we havent done very well as far as winning the games weve had a chance to win. That keeps them hungry.Jakori Ford scored for the Bengals (1-1), who had just seven first downs and 96 yards total offense.dddddddddddd.Idaho State was paid a reported $500,000 to travel to Colorado and be routed.A big check, coach Mike Kramer said when asked what he could take from this game. Literally.Colorado receiver Shay Fields got the best of Bengals defensive back Anthony Ricks in a one-on-one battle in the second quarter. Fields went deep four times with Ricks chasing him. Ricks was flagged for pass interference three times, one of which was declined after Fields caught a 42-yard pass to set up a score. He had a 36-yard reception that led to another touchdown.Its always kind of stressful when he holds and you only have one hand, but I still have to make the catch, Fields said.THE TAKEAWAYIDAHO STATE: Josh Cook had five receptions for 28 yards to establish the school record for receiving yards by a tight end with 1,287. He passed Josh Hill, who is now with the New Orleans Saints.COLORADO: The offense looks vastly improved under new offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini. The Buffaloes had 578 yards in the opener and 597 more Saturday. Its the first time since November 2002 Colorado has had more than 500 yards of offense in consecutive games.UP NEXTIDAHO STATE: The Bengals play their second-straight Pac-12 team when they travel to Oregon State next week. Beavers head coach Gary Anderson coached at Idaho State in 1992-93.COLORADO: The Buffaloes return to the Big House next week to face Jim Harbaughs Wolverines. It is their second visit to Ann Arbor since the `94 Miracle in Michigan, when Kordell Stewart hit Michael Westbrook with a 64-yard pass on the final play to beat the Wolverines, 27-26. ' ' '

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