- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Wright811111072.72c †Ambrose b Naved-ul-Hasan155521300.00b Mushtaq Ahmed2236372161.11b Kirtley1112192091.66not out40284222142.85c Yardy b Mushtaq Ahmed3660050.00c †Ambrose b Kirtley209712222.22lbw b Davis66410100.00c Adams b Naved-ul-Hasan6770085.71not out11100100.00Extras12 (lb 5, nb 2, w 5)TOTAL144/8 (20 Overs, RR: 7.2)Fall of wickets: 1-16 (Ali Brown), 2-24 (James Benning), 3-48 (Rikki Clarke), 4-79 (Jonathan Batty), 5-95 (Scott Newman), 6-122 (Ian Salisbury), 7-131 (Tim Murtagh), 8-143 (Harbhajan Singh)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Doshi50293943172.41c †Batty b Azhar Mahmood1230050.00lbw b Harbhajan Singh28233240121.73b Murtagh13131510100.00c Salisbury b Clarke28283011100.00run out81091080.00c Sampson b Azhar Mahmood25110040.00not out65810120.00not out72301350.00Extras5 (lb 1, w 4)TOTAL148/7 (19.3 Overs, RR: 7.58)Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Tim Ambrose), 2-80 (Chris Adams), 3-82 (Ian Ward), 4-101 (Murray Goodwin), 5-123 (Carl Hopkinson), 6-134 (Michael Yardy), 7-140 (Luke Wright)
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