Notts Outlaws win by 87 runs. We are just awaiting the post-match presentation as the celebrations start in the dressing room.
Samit Patel says the team were outstanding today, probably saying that those deliveries he gave Cooke and Allenby were among the best he has ever bowled. He felt that 244 was par and that the bowling and fielding secured them the victory. With figures of 3-21 from seven overs he was the man in the middle of the innings who tore through the Glamorgan batsmen. His lbw of Goodwin removed the potential danger man early before he could do any damage.
Not forgetting Broad who cleaned up with three, Ajmal who got three of his own and Gurney who started so well with a wicket from his first ball.
Kaspar Larsen following all the way from Denmark says, "For all the complaints about Broad and Swann being parachuted in, it's refreshing to see that it's the regular players who are taking wickets and scoring runs for Notts."
And that's the end of 40-over cricket for the near future, as the ECB reverts back to 50-overs competition next year, and we don't know when we will see it again. The debate will go on and on, about what formats to play, but this year the competition was fierce, and we had a great final on show here at Lord's today.
We are all ready for the presentation now and the umpires are receiving their medals.
The Man of the Match goes to Samit Patel as many might have guessed. Lots of great performances out there but he was the one who turned the match around. He gets his own medal and a rather large bottle of bubbly. "I prefer batting, and I didn't think I would get a bowl," says a rather coy Patel.
Glamorgan receive their runners-up medals. Simon Jones gets a big round of applause after retiring from this format of the game. Skipper Mark Wallace says they have played well as a team all year, which was shown in patches but not good enough to win the trophy.
Nottinghamshire now collect their winners medals in batting order, before getting to lift the trophy. Notts also receive £100,000 for winning the competition.
Chris Read has a quick word. A big crowd have stayed behind. "Glamorgan bowled well, but Hales and Lumb got us through, then the partnership with Hussey gave us the foundation."
The corks are popping and the trophy is presented. Notts are the YB40 Champions.
Thanks for joining me, Callum Stewart, this afternoon for the curtain cull on the English domestic season for the coverage at Lord's. English cricket fans will now have a little break before taking on the Ashes down under.