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Report: Late Sussex Rally Sees Off Gloucestershire

Luke Wright's century sealed a remarkable comeback for Sussex and consign Gloucestershire to back-to-back home losses in the NatWest T20 Blast.

Following a rain delayed start, an opening stand of 88 from Hamish Marshall (37) and captain Michael Klinger (83) set Gloucestershire on their way to an 185-4 innings.

Sussex struggled to 49-3 early on, losing opening batsman Chris Nash to a L.B.W. from a James Fuller delivery after just three balls.

However, a late rally led by the irrepressible Wright (111 n.o.), saw Sussex claim the victory with just one ball left as the visitors finished with 188-7.

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