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Fruitful day for Indians

London: The Indian cricketers playing for English county sides had a fruitful day in the Twenty20 Cup tournament.

Dinesh Mongia claimed a wicket giving away just 19 runs from four overs before scoring a 28-ball 39 to guide Leicestershire to a five-wicket win over Nottinghamshire at Grace Road.

Nottinghamshire, electing to bat, made 143 for eight, a target overhauled by the defending champion with four balls and five wickets to spare.

At Rose Bowl, Irfan Pathan wrecked Hampshire's middle-order with three for 16 off four overs as Middlesex, making 210 for six batting first, restricted its opponent to 192 for seven to win the match by 18 runs.

Harbhajan Singh remained wicketless in Surrey's match against Kent at Beckenham but the off-spinner's miserly spell of 4-0-22-0 troubled the batsmen as they managed just 140 for eight. Surrey reached the target in just 16 overs losing three wickets.

Ganguly's Glamorgan recorded a win against Somerset at Sophia Gardens in dramatic fashion with the Indian skipper making 10 with the bat as an opener after giving away 30 runs for his one wicket from three overs.

Somerset made 183 all out in 18.4 overs and though Glamorgan also made 183 for eight, it was declared winner for losing less number of wickets. — PTI

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