Marcus Trescothick has admitted he is lost for answers when it comes to Somerset's record of falling at the final hurdle after they came up short against Surrey at Lord's in the Clydesdale Bank 40 final
Rory Hamilton-Brown played a captain's innings as Surrey signed off a successful season with silverware at Lord's by claiming the Clydesdale Bank 40
Surrey manager Chris Adams on the secret to their promotion success and the prospect of silverware on Saturday. Courtesy of Surrey TV.
On Saturday the final piece of silverware will be contested as Somerset and Surrey go head-to-head for the Clydesdale Bank 40 trophy
Surrey secured a place in their first Lord's final since 2001 as a power-packed batting line-up proved too much for Sussex in a rain-reduced CB40 semi-final at The Oval
The period in the late 70s and early 80s is generally referred to as the 'glory days' of Somerset cricket. But perhaps that theory will have to be reviewed
Chris Adams, the Surrey cricket manager, hasn't been given any official indication over the availability of Kevin Pietersen but suggested that he'd struggle to get in the team anyway
Marcus Trescothick, the Somerset captain, is hopeful his season is not over after an injury to his right ankle
It's grand when you can watch a game without the aid of Alexandre Dumas, isn't it?
James Adams and James Vince each scored centuries as Hampshire hammered
Scotland by 115 runs at the Rose Bowl