- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc †Pothas b Tremlett4741057.14c Taylor b Tremlett14130025.00run out1220050.00b Bruce021000.00c Watson b Bruce18151720120.00not out37344432108.82c †Pothas b Mascarenhas1970011.11c †Pothas b Mascarenhas312100025.00b Mascarenhas011000.00c Clarke b Mascarenhas011000.00b Mascarenhas026000.00Extras2 (lb 2)TOTAL67 all out (14.5 Overs, RR: 4.51)Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Ian Ward), 2-6 (Michael Yardy), 3-6 (Murray Goodwin), 4-10 (Matt Prior), 5-32 (Luke Wright), 6-37 (Robin Martin-Jenkins), 7-51 (Mark Davis), 8-51 (Mushtaq Ahmed), 9-51 (Jason Lewry), 10-67 (James Kirtley)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Kirtley1480025.00b Kirtley011000.00b Lewry912181075.00b Lewry4841050.00b Davis1432481043.75c Adams b Martin-Jenkins1227260044.44lbw b Mushtaq Ahmed618181033.33not out86610133.33not out126401200.00Extras3 (lb 1, w 2)TOTAL69/7 (19 Overs, RR: 3.63)Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Michael Brown), 2-8 (Michael Clarke), 3-13 (Shane Watson), 4-16 (Shaun Udal), 5-39 (Greg Lamb), 6-48 (John Crawley), 7-54 (Dimitri Mascarenhas)
- AD Mascarenhas took at a hat-trick with the wickets of MJG Davis, Mushtaq Ahmed, JD Lewry.
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