- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRlbw b Dean44210100.00c Bryant b Welch17121821141.66b Lungley44345451129.41lbw b Botha711121063.63lbw b Gray28211922133.33c Dean b Lungley1220050.00c sub b Lungley815120053.33not out1114190078.57b Hunter95501180.00not out52110250.00Extras30 (lb 7, w 23)TOTAL164/8 (20 Overs, RR: 8.2)Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Mal Loye), 2-44 (Stuart Law), 3-66 (Andrew Crook), 4-121 (Dominic Cork), 5-125 (Mark Chilton), 6-129 (Brad Hodge), 7-145 (Glen Chapple), 8-156 (Muttiah Muralitharan)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Hodge b Anderson1416161087.50st †Hegg b Muralitharan1719252089.47c Chapple b Hodge23233511100.00c Cork b Chapple1113101084.61c Loye b Keedy1091010111.11c Anderson b Hodge1350033.33run out032000.00b Hodge1340033.33c Chapple b Hodge1210811120.00not out3650050.00absent hurt-Extras6 (lb 3, w 3)TOTAL98 all out (17.3 Overs, RR: 5.6)Fall of wickets: 1-31 (Michael Di Venuto), 2-36 (Jon Moss), 3-57 (Graeme Welch), 4-72 (Ant Botha), 5-80 (Luke Sutton), 6-80 (Tom Lungley), 7-81 (Mohamed Sheikh), 8-84 (Andy Gray), 9-98 (Ian Hunter)
The first 20 over-a-side international club tournament is set to go ahead at Grace Road after the ECB gave clearance for the event.
The fans got what they wanted in the third Twenty20 finals day
Twenty20 finals day got off to an electrifying start as Lancashire, who won the toss, made 217 for 4 from their twenty overs against Surrey, in the first semi-final of the day.
Leicestershire's spinners bowled well to restrict Somerset to 157
Graeme Smith and Mark Chilton give their reaction to the Twenty20 final