|Home team||Score||Away team|
54/6 (27.0 Overs)
Northamptonshire won the toss and elected to bowl.
Umpires: N G C Cowley and S C Gale
|B.A. Godleman||b Brooks||9||32||24||37.50|
|A N Petersen||c Sales b Vaas||6||26||1||19||31.58|
|T. Westley||lbw Brooks||0||8||4|
|R S Bopara||b Brooks||6||26||1||19||31.58|
|A G Wheater||lbw Brooks||0||15||10|
|M P Pettini||not out||16||63||1||49||32.65|
|G M Smith||b Willey||5||19||11||45.45|
|J S Foster||not out||8||34||1||26||30.77|
|D D Masters|
|C W Willoughby|
|Extras||(NB 0, W 0, B 0, LB 4)||4|
|Total||6 wkts, 27.0 overs||54||(2.00 runs per over)|
|Fall of wickets:|
|W P U J C Vaas||8.0||3||12||1.50||1|
|J A Brooks||9.0||3||22||2.44||4|
|D J Willey||5.0||1||14||2.80||1|
|L M Daggett||5.0||4||2||0.40||0|
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