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Somerset Sabres 289-6 Innings Complete (M E Trescothick 84, N D McKenzie 69, C Kieswetter 61) v Durham Dynamos 258 (P Mustard 84, S Chanderpaul 68, A R Caddick 5-49)
Somerset beat Durham by 31 runs
Andy Caddick claimed 5-49 to help bowl Somerset to a 31-run victory over FP Trophy winners Durham at Taunton.
The visitors had reached 185-2 as they chased 290 for victory but the former England paceman returned to claim 4-24 in his second four-over spell.
Phil Mustard made 84 and Shivnarine Chanderpaul 68 but the Dynamos were bowled out for 258.
Marcus Trescothick (84) and Craig Kieswetter (61) provided the backbone of the Somerset innings with an opening stand of 153, while South African Neil McKenzie hit 69 on his home debut.
A 300-plus total looked on the cards at 235-3, but Durham managed to peg things back and give themselves hope on a fast-scoring ground.
Mustard and Chanderpaul put on 85 but after the former had greeted the return of Caddick with a six, he fell trying to repeat the dose next ball.
Caddick followed up with the wickets of Dale Benkenstein, Gordon Muchall and Breese, who made just eight between them, leaving Chanderpaul as the lone batsman.
But when the West Indian fell to a brilliant boundary catch by Ian Blackwell, having faced 56 balls and hit four fours and two sixes, the contest was as good as over.