Yorkshire Vikings, Durham Jets and Essex Eagles secured the final three NatWest T20 Blast quarter-final spots as the group stage concluded on Friday night. Kerry Wood Jersey . Yorkshire will visit Glamorgan in the next round, with Durham traveling to Gloucestershire and Essex trekking to Nottinghamshire Outlaws.Northamptonshire Steelbacks home tie against Middlesex completes the last-eight fixtures, with the matches to be shown live on Sky Sports during the week of August 8. T20 Blast Quarter-Finals Notts v Essex - Aug 8 Northants v Middlesex - Aug 9 Gloucestershire v Durham - Aug 10 Glamorgan v Yorkshire - Aug 11 Yorkshire progressed from their group for only the second time in nine seasons after half-centuries from Jack Leaning (64 from 29 balls) and Alex Lees (59 from 50) and impressive bowling from Tim Bresnan (3-15) propelled the side to a 14-run victory at Northants.Durham also advanced from the North Group following a 13-run triumph over Derbyshire, Calum MacLeod (83 from 50) and Mark Stoneman (82 from 56) putting on a Durham record 141 for the second wicket as the Jets pipped the Falcons to fourth spot in the table. Watch this brilliant catch from Chesney Hughes to dismiss Keaton Jennings during the game between Durham and Derbyshire Essex, meanwhile, landed the last qualification place from the South Group courtesy of the point they picked up from their washed out game at home to Glamorgan - the rain preventing the Eagles from replying to Glamorgans 184-5, in which Colin Ingram cracked 101 from 56 balls. Colin Ingram hit a century for Glamorgan Surreys Jason Roy plundered the highest score of the night, though - the England limited-overs opener biffing an unbeaten 120 from 62 balls, including 15 fours and three sixes, as the London side beat Kent by 37 runs at The Oval.Roy and Aaron Finch (79 from 51) thrashed 187 for the opening wicket in 17.2 overs as Surrey racked up 212-4 before restricting Kent to 175-7 in reply - but the rain in Chelmsford meant Gareth Battys men missed out on the quarter-finals. Jason Roy smashed an unbeaten 120 for Surrey Birmingham Bears hopes of progression were also dashed as they slipped up against reigning champions Lancashire Lightning, despite only being set 125 for victory at Emirates Old Trafford.Lancashire could only post 124-5 from their 20 overs, thanks mainly to an unbroken sixth-wicket stand of 65 between Tom Moores (39no from 32) and Jordan Clark (31no from 18).But Birmingham ended on 94-8 - teenage pacer Saqib Mahmood the pick of the Lancashire attack with figures of 3-18 - to fall out of the top four positions in the North Group.North Group table toppers Nottinghamshire wrapped up their league campaign with a stunning eight-wicket win over rock-bottom Leicestershire Foxes on Duckworth-Lewis. Dan Christian faced 16 balls - and hit six of them for six! Michael Lumb (69no from 26) clubbed nine fours and five sixes for Notts, while Dan Christian (54 from 16) hammered six maximums - including four in a row off Rob Sayer - at a soggy Trent Bridge.Gloucestershire secured top spot in the South Group with a four-wicket win over Middlesex, Benny Howell (3-18) shining with the ball before Jack Taylor (44no off 23) sealed victory with a six.Somerset, however, were consigned to bottom place in the South Group following an 83-run hammering by Hampshire at The Ageas Bowl in which they were bundled out for 98 in 15.2 overs.Liam Dawson (5-17) mopped up Somersets middle and lower order with his left-arm spin after Tom Alsop had cracked a T20 best 85 from 57 balls in Hampshires 181-3. Also See: NatWest T20 blast recap North Group Table South Group Table Live cricket on Sky David Ross Jersey . - This win was more the New Jersey Devils style. 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Dougie Hamilton and Jordan Caron scored in the first period after the Red Wings had miscues on the ice and Tuukka Rask finished with a 23-save shutout, giving Boston a 3-0 win over the Red Wings and a 2-1 series lead in their first-round series.TAMPA, Fla. - Go ahead and snicker.While it may seem laughable that Sundays game between Tampa Bay (2-9) and Cincinnati (7-3-1) is just as important to the playoff aspirations of the struggling Buccaneers as those of the AFC North-leading Bengals, its also true.The surging Bengals, whove won four of five, clearly are in a position to control their own fate in the NFLs tightest division race.Our guys, they know the urgency, Cincinnati coach Marvin Lewis said.The Bengals, whove won the past two weeks on the road, are one of a record 16 teams with at least seven victories through 11 games.Division rivals Baltimore, Cleveland and Pittsburgh are all 7-4 — a half game behind the Bengals — making the AFC North the first division in league history to have every team at least three games above .500 at any point in a season.We know every week is important, so you dont want to have any slip-ups because if you do . you can go from first to last really easily, Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton said. We know every week is so important, so it just brings that extra focus to the game.Despite being seven games under .500, the Bucs still have a chance to salvage their season in the under-performing NFC South. Amazingly, theyre only two games out of first place while also remaining in contention for the No. 1 overall pick in next years draft.Its crazy . but the reality of our division right now is its still up for grabs, Tampa Bay quarterback Josh McCown said. Were not in a favourable position, but were not out of it.Atlanta and New Orleans lead the NFC South at 4-7, with defending champion Carolina just behind them at 3-7-1.The Bucs face even longer odds of winning the division because theyve lost twice to the Falcons and once to both the Saints and Panthers, who theyll face again down the stretch.You dont want it to come like this, with this kind of record, but at the same you want to be playing meaningful games in late November and December, McCown said. Hopefully we can continue to put ourselves in position to do that, and it starts by beating Cincinnati.Things to watch while the Bengals try to hang on to firstt in the AFC North and the Bucs try to climb back in the NFC South race:KINGS OF THE ROAD: The Bengals are trying to win three straight road games for the first time in franchise history. Carlos Zambrano Jersey. . Its the ninth time theyve played at least three consecutive road games, the first since 2003. Theyve moved ahead of the NFLs tightest division by winning in New Orleans and Houston.Honestly if we can go into Tampa and take care of business, then the month of December will be exactly what we expected the month of December to be for us, left tackle Andrew Whitworth said.RISING STAR: Bucs WR Mike Evans leads NFL in November with 505 yards receiving and six touchdowns through the air. He leads all rookies with 841 yards receiving overall and eight TD catches.MORE OF AJ: Receiver A.J. Green missed three games and most of another because of an injured right big toe, and was a nonfactor in his first two games back. Hes been back in form during the last two games, getting six catches for 127 yards in New Orleans and a career-high 12 catches for 121 yards in Houston.Well try to get him 13, 14, 15 — however many we can, Dalton said, jokingly. But you know, it was a big point of emphasis getting A.J. involved. We got a lot of good looks for him to make plays and he made the plays. So when youve got a guy like that, youve got to give him his chances.BETTER D: Since returning from its bye week five games ago, Tampa Bay has made strides on defence, allowing 302 yards per game (fourth lowest in the NFL over the stretch) and 19.2 points per game (11th).STOPPING MJ: Defensive end Michael Johnson left Cincinnati as a free agent and signed with Tampa Bay. His former teammates are looking forward to their reunion Sunday. Bengals end Carlos Dunlap talks with Johnson every week to keep up on their personal lives and their careers.Its going to be fun to go out there and compete against him, Dunlap said. Were going to have our little friendly dispute going on who gets the first sack or who gets the most sacks like we always did when we were here.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL Cheap Ducks Jerseys Cheap Coyotes Jerseys Cheap Bruins Jerseys Cheap Sabres Jerseys Cheap Flames Jerseys Cheap Hurricanes Jerseys Cheap Blackhawks Jerseys Cheap Avalanche Jerseys Cheap Blue Jackets Jerseys Cheap Stars Jerseys Cheap Red Wings Jerseys Cheap Oilers Jerseys Cheap Florida Panthers Jerseys Cheap Los Angeles Kings Jerseys Cheap Wild Jerseys ' ' '