- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Troughton b Anyon22152140146.66b Pretorius4581080.00c Knight b Anyon28211922133.33c Trott b Loudon1091601111.11run out87900114.28c Anyon b Troughton1314120092.85not out34343521100.00c †Frost b Trott761010116.66st †Frost b Trott4550080.00not out3450075.00Extras16 (lb 4, nb 2, w 10)TOTAL149/8 (20 Overs, RR: 7.45)Fall of wickets: 1-16 (Ali Brown), 2-43 (James Benning), 3-58 (Scott Newman), 4-77 (Rikki Clarke), 5-77 (Jonathan Batty), 6-97 (Azhar Mahmood), 7-124 (Ian Salisbury), 8-136 (Tim Murtagh)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Brown b Azhar Mahmood011000.00run out3460075.00lbw b Doshi1520451075.00c Murtagh b Ormond21184930116.66c sub b Clarke2012702166.66not out15113010136.36c Brown b Clarke55400100.00b Murtagh17121011141.66c Salisbury b Azhar Mahmood115320220.00not out62410300.00Extras4 (lb 2, w 2)TOTAL117/8 (15 Overs, RR: 7.8)Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Neil Carter), 2-12 (Nick Knight), 3-28 (Jonathan Trott), 4-61 (Trevor Penney), 5-64 (Jim Troughton), 6-75 (Alex Loudon), 7-99 (Dougie Brown), 8-110 (Tony Frost)
- Surrey won bowl out 4-3
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