- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Loye b Keedy33201912165.00not out34213031161.90c †Haynes b Cork74510175.00b Cork011000.00c Hooper b Cork011000.00st †Haynes b Hooper011000.00not out011000.00Extras5 (lb 2, nb 2, w 1)TOTAL79/5 (8 Overs, RR: 9.87)Fall of wickets: 1-52 (DJ Hussey), 2-71 (KP Pietersen), 3-71 (MA Ealham), 4-71 (SR Patel), 5-72 (BM Shafayat)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Hussey b Patel31111042281.81c Clough b Pietersen20142120142.85c Clough b Pietersen15111001136.36not out83420266.66not out32300150.00Extras5 (lb 3, w 2)TOTAL82/3 (6.5 Overs, RR: 12.0)Fall of wickets: 1-41 (A Flintoff), 2-62 (MB Loye), 3-68 (CL Hooper)
- Dominic Cork took a hat-trick with the wickets of Kevin Pietersen, Mark Ealham and Samit Patel.
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Brad Hodge guided Leicestershire to victory in this year's Twenty20 Cup final against Surrey at Edgbaston
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