struck crisply off her toes, through midwicket and there it is! Vipers defend their title!
5.10pm That was much closer than appeared likely, first when the Diamonds put up what looked like a below-par total and again when Beth Langston removed both Vipers openers for ducks and Jenny Gunn sparked a middle-order wobble. But that unbroken stand of 78 between Emily Windsor and Tara Norris was the difference as the Diamonds struggled to take the late wickets they needed. Windsor scored a fantastic 47 not out off 97 balls and Norris was unbeaten with 40 from 44. The Vipers players are jumping for joy!
Fan : "Windsor doing the Dhoni version."
Emily Windsor is named Player of the Match. It was a close one and Georgia Adams, her captain, says: "Women's cricket is just on the up and it's so pleasing to see how strong these games are, we're putting on great games of cricket."
As the Vipers lift the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy we'll leave you with thanks for joining us.
edged to short third, the fielder stops it, but the scores are level now
worked to deep midwicket
reverse sweep through the gap at third and that's an important boundary! Ticking those runs off now
turns it round the corner, good fielding as Kalis relay throws in to Levick, they'll take three
We're down to a run a ball required off the last two overs
Vipers need 19 off 18 balls, this looks like a close finish!
outside off and worked through the covers