Sussex's total of 291 for three on a dry, slow pitch was always going to prove too much, especially after Unicorns' openers Michael Thornely and James Ord were dismissed in the first four overs of the reply, and the visitors could only make 147 for nine.
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Heavy showers turning potentially thundery this afternoon. Becoming dry but chilly tonight, then dry and sunny tomorrow.
A wet afternoon with heavy rain followed by heavy, potentially thundery, showers. Dry but chilly tonight, then dry and sunny tomorrow.
Ex-football manager Harry Redknapp told undercover reporters his own players bet on the result of one of their own matches, it is claimed.