Surrey vs Middlesex

This match belonged to Jimmy Ormond, who bowled superbly to pick up the wickets of five top order batsmen for 26 runs - only Andrew Strauss with 52 from 48 balls, and number 9 Robin Weston with 30 showed any real resistance, as Middlesex ended up 155 all out.

In reply, the top order all blazed away, James Benning with 27 from 14 balls, Adam Hollioake with 24 from 14 and Graham Thorpe with 23 from 15. With Ian Ward's steady 31, victory was a formality, brought up with 4 balls and 4 wickets to spare.


Twenty20 Cup, 2003, South Division
Surrey v Middlesex
The AMP Oval, London
13 June 2003 (20-over match)

Result: Surrey won by 4 wickets
Points: Surrey 2, Middlesex 0

Toss: Surrey
Umpires: MR Benson and JF Steele
Man of the Match: J Ormond

Middlesex innings (20 overs maximum)                            R   M   B  4 6
PN Weekes             c Batty            b Bicknell             4       5  1 0
*AJ Strauss           c Ward             b Ormond              52  61  48  6 0
CB Keegan                                b Ormond              16  14  11  4 0
OA Shah               lbw                b Ormond              17   6   8  2 1
Abdul Razzaq          run out                                  17   6   8  4 0
EC Joyce              c Batty            b Ormond               0   1   1  0 0
SJ Cook                                  b Ormond               0   1   1  0 0
BL Hutton             c Thorpe           b Hollioake            3   9   8  0 0
RMS Weston                               b Azhar Mahmood       30  24  24  4 0
+D Alleyne            not out                                   6   7   4  1 0
TF Bloomfield         lbw                b Azhar Mahmood        0   1   1  0 0
Extras                (lb 5, w 5)                              10
Total                 (all out, 20 overs)                     155

FoW: 1-4 (Weekes), 2-47 (Keegan), 3-70 (Shah),
     4-89 (Abdul Razzaq), 5-90 (Joyce), 6-90 (Cook),
     7-103 (Hutton), 8-139 (Strauss), 9-155 (Weston),
     10-155 (Bloomfield).

Bowling                      O      M      R      W
Bicknell                     3      0     23      1
Azhar Mahmood                4      0     28      2
Ormond                       4      0     26      5 (3w)
Sampson                      3      0     39      0 (2w)
Hollioake                    4      0     22      1
Benning                      2      0     12      0

Surrey innings (target: 156 runs from 20 overs)                 R   M   B  4 6
IJ Ward               run out                                  31  41  28  4 0
AD Brown              c Strauss          b Bloomfield           7  10   9  1 0
JGE Benning                              b Cook                27   8  14  6 0
*AJ Hollioake         c Weston           b Hutton              24  15  14  2 1
GP Thorpe             c Joyce            b Keegan              23  15  15  3 0
MR Ramprakash         not out                                  18  28  16  2 0
Azhar Mahmood         c Strauss          b Abdul Razzaq         1   3   2  0 0
+JN Batty             not out                                  12  15  16  2 0
Extras                (b 3, lb 4, w 6, nb 2)                   15
Total                 (6 wickets, 19.2 overs)                 158

DNB: MP Bicknell, PJ Sampson, J Ormond.

FoW: 1-22 (Brown), 2-54 (Benning), 3-89 (Hollioake),
     4-107 (Ward), 5-123 (Thorpe), 6-127 (Azhar Mahmood).

Bowling                      O      M      R      W
Bloomfield                   4      0     32      1 (2w)
Keegan                       4      0     28      1
Cook                         2.2    0     30      1
Abdul Razzaq                 4      0     25      1 (1nb)
Weekes                       4      0     22      0
Hutton                       1      0     14      1

*** Middlesex innings: 1x5 ball over
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