The Kia Super League clash at Guildford between Surrey Stars and Yorkshire Diamonds was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

Umpires Tom Lungley and Mark Newell inspected twice before concluding at 3pm that there was no prospect of even a reduced-overs game.

Diamonds now move on to Loughborough for a showdown with the Lightning on Tuesday (4pm) where they will be looking for their first win of the competition.

Meanwhile, the Surrey Stars play their first game at the Kia Oval on Tuesday where they will entertain Lancashire Thunder (2.30pm) in the first of a televised double header, ahead of the men’s Vitality Blast game against Glamorgan.

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