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  • 08 May
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    shoulder injury. Surrey 154 for 8 (Finch 51, Davey 3-20) beat Somerset 139 for 6
    (Jayawardene 36, Dernbach 3-32) by 15 runsScorecardIt was always going to
    require something inspired for Surrey to defend their Aaron Finch-filled 154.
    But, through a combination of waspish fielding, fine bowling - with Jade
    Dernbach to the fore in both disciplines - and canny captaincy, they did just
    that - by a whopping 15 runs, all but ending Somersets hopes of progressing.
    After a staggering stall in Surreys innings after Finchs fireworks, Somerset -
    strangled by Surrey - put on a clinic in how not to chase.Dernbach, having taken
    a wicket in both his early overs and also pulling off a magnificent direct hit
    to dismiss Jim Allenby, was recalled to the attack by Gareth Batty and entrusted
    - as he always is - with closing out a tight game with his chicanery and craft.
    The equation was 33 required from 24 balls, and five Somerset wickets still
    standing.These last 12 Dernbach deliveries - always just wide enough of line,
    always just awkward enough of length, and never remotely readable of pace - went
    for eight, with his last ball deceiving Lewis Gregory, who was caught on the
    midwicket fence. As Tom Curran - who bowled a brilliant over between Dernbachs
    two - stood atop his mark for the inningss last, the game was won.It was Sam
    Currans tight opening over and Ben Foakess outstanding diving catch of Johann
    Myburgh - off Dernbachs bowling - that set the tone for Surreys excellent
    defence. Against the new ball, Mahela Jayawardene was in sublime form, flicking
    beautifully to leg and placing perfectly on the offside but, after Dernbach
    bowled Peter Trego, he fell to Battys first ball.Batty quickly identified that,
    with 63 scored from the first six overs, the spin of he and Zafar Ansari would
    be vital. Both finished with figures of 1 for 20, with Ansaris wicket also
    vital, Roloef van der Merwe bowled slogging. With the wind sucked from Somersets
    sails - although Alex Barrow and Gregory shared a chancy 43 to give them hope,
    Batty turned to Dernbach and his protege, the older Curran.If Dernbach sealed
    the deal, it was Finch who set Surreys win up. South London on a Friday night is
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    roisterous sellout crowd of 25,500 - there were, as now seems mandatory,
    variations of Will Griggs On Fire, and the Iceland slowclap - Finch began the
    night in ominously ravenous form.By the time Surrey had 50, for the loss of just
    Jason Roy, who bunted Josh Davey to mid-off, Finch had 44. There was a cut four,
    before Lewis Gregory was pulled for six, lustily pumped through cover for four,
    then flicked to cow for six more. Jamie Overton was the victim of another
    violent triptych: a sensual six towards long-on, a beastly cover drive, and a
    finessed guide to third man.Yet when he went, a couple of balls after reaching
    50, bowled off the pad by Max Waller - who Finch admitted on TV after that he
    had never seen bowl, Surrey lost their way horribly. There were all the
    hallmarks of the grim stall: a 12-over wait for a boundary (Tom Curran and Ben
    Foakes scrambled one each late on), and there were no more sixes; there were two
    run outs, with Rory Burnss so farcical that the third umpire was required to
    decide whether he or Dom Sibley should go. Sibley failed to kick on, adding five
    to his score before slapping to long-on, Chris Morris top edged to be caught and
    bowled, while Zafar Ansari pulled straight to the man in the deep.In the Curran
    brothers, on the day they were called up by England Lions, Surrey found a pair
    of patient, dinky accumulators, who ensured their innings went the distance.
    Sam, productive to third man, was run out cleverly by the leaping wicketkeeper
    Barrow going for a silly second, while Tom lost Foakes to a brilliant catch at
    backward square-leg from Peter Trego in the final over.It should never have been
    enough, but Dernbach - after a lengthy spell on the sidelines - is back. The
    nature of his job often make his failures memorable, but there remain few better
    at closing out a game. At 30, and having seen - not to mention copped - plenty,
    he is now a wily old operator with more to give than most acknowledge. Somerset
    had no answer. ' ' '