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T20 Blast: Notts Outlaws beat Surrey to win trophy for second time

Congratulations to OW Samit Patel and his teammates as the Notts Outlaws beat Surrey by six wickets at Edgbaston to become T20 Blast champions for the second time.
In truncated fixtures on the reserve day, due to the torrential rain on Saturday, the first professional cricket to take place in October in England since the 1860's looked like it might be consigned to a bowl out. However, the sun came out on Sunday, and Samit took 1-17 from two overs in the comfortable semi-final win against Lancashire, followed by 1-25 from four overs in the final – taking the key wicket of South African legend Hashim Amla - as the pre-competition favourites romped home by four wickets and further established themselves as the strongest white ball side in the country.

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