Hampshire Royals win T20 final

Hampshire held their nerve despite a brutal late assault by Yorkshire's David Miller to claim their second Friends Life t20 title in three years at Cardiff's SWALEC Stadium.

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Hants follow up 2010 success

The Royals followed up their 2010 success with a 10-run victory over a Tykes side who made a thrilling dash for the line courtesy of Miller's 72 not out. The South African, who survived an apparent catch on 7, cleared the ropes five times & added five fours in his man-of-the-match 46-ball knock.

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Sussex out of T20

Sussex's Luke Wright is bowled out by Yorkshire's Ryan Sidebottom Credit: Ian Cook/PA Wire.

Sussex have lost to Yorkshire in the semi-finals of the T20 competition in Cardiff.

Yorkshire's Ryan Sidebottom celebrates with team-mates after bowling out Sussex's Luke Wright Credit: Ian Cook/PA Wire.

Sussex beaten by Yorkshire

Jonny Bairstow was Yorkshire's star as they booked a place in the Friends Life T20 showpiece with a 36-run win over semi-final opponents Sussex.

The Tykes put on a formidable 172 for six as Bairstow (68 not out) and South African David Miller (47) shared a key fourth-wicket stand of 82.

Sussex danger men Luke Wright and Matt Prior both failed, but Chris Nash made a superb 80no from 58 balls in a losing cause.

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