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Pro40 photos

Mohammad Sami bowls Graeme Swann

With the Pro40 title in their sights, Sussex strike early at Trent Bridge as Mohammad Sami bowls Notts opener Graeme Swann for a duck

Samit Patel hits a six against Sussex

Notts are revived by England one-day player Samit Patel, who produces some fine strokes in his 78 off 83 balls

Chris Read finds the boundary against Sussex

Skipper Chris Read adopts a more unorthodox approach in his unbeaten 31, which sees Notts to a total of 226-7

Dwayne Smith is bowled by Notts spinner Graeme Swann

Sussex wickets tumble after Michael Yardy gives their run-chase a flying start and Dwayne Smith only manages one before he is bowled

Notts keeper Read runs out Carl Hopkinson

The pressure on Sussex continues to mount as Carl Hopkinson strays out of his crease and is run out by Read

Murray Goodwin's unbeaten 87 caries Sussex to victory over Notts

The game reaches a thrilling climax as Murray Goodwin hits a six off the final ball to give Sussex victory and the Pro40 title

Chris Adams celebrates at Trent Bridge

Chris Adams receives the Pro40 trophy - and then announces he is giving up the Sussex captaincy

Adams celebrates lifting his final trophy as Sussex skipper

Adams celebrates lifting his final trophy as Sussex skipper - Yardy will take over as skipper next summer

Rob Key reaches his hundred

A day earlier and Essex's hopes of winning the Division Two title are given a jolt by Rob Key's superb unbeaten 120 for Kent at Canterbury

Martin van Jaarsveld hits one of his three sixes

Martin van Jaarsveld weighs in with 61 off 55 balls, including three sixes, as Kent make 246-5 from their 40 overs

Jason Gallian clatters a boundary

Jason Gallian clatters a boundary as Essex shrug off the early loss of skipper Mark Pettini for a duck

Flower plays an off-drive against Kent

Gallian and Ravi Bopara both make fifties but it is Grant Flower who carries Essex's hopes in the closing overs

Grant Flower celebrates after Essex seal victory

Flower follows his match-winning 70 not out in last month's FP Trophy final against Kent with an unbeaten 68 to secure the Division Two title

Essex celebrate their second trophy of the summer

Essex celebrate their second trophy of the summer - and still have hopes of promotion in the Championship




see also
Goodwin fires Sussex to title win
14 Sep 08 |  Counties


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