The moment is quite bittersweet when you're only 20 runs short
and we'd have liked another three overs but obviously we understand their decision.
Mount ended the season in third place after a defeat at Leymoor where they fell 29 runs short
after Graham Harris had starred for Leymoor hitting 108 in their total of 160 before taking three wickets for 19 as Mount were ousted for 132.
Chigumbura enjoyed a seventhwicket stand of 86 with Graeme Cremer (27) but they failed to make it count as the hosts finished just four runs short
of India's score.
Cameron Hindmarsh top-scored for Sunderland, scoring 40 in just 28 balls which included four fours and two sixes but fell 10 runs short
of his half-century.
The all-rounder looked on course for another big innings, but fell four runs short
of a half-century, running himself out for a 30-ball 46.
Dan Allen and Adam Bagwell led the run chase scoring 44 and 51 respectively, but both men fell to CCCC's Conrad Venter who ended up with figures of 3 for 24 to leave the Huntsman 14 runs short
of the target at 126 for 4.
Jonathan Thomas scored 50 in the Whitland reply and Matthew Davies 61, but they were still eight runs short
of the Burton total when the innings closed.
But a strong opening partnership got Green off to a flyer, Richard Hall eventually coming up just five runs short
of his century.
BRIAN Lara fell just four runs short
of his eighth Test double century as the West Indies were bowled out for 347 in the second Test at Port-of-Spain.
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The left-handed opener fell seven runs short
of a century at the home of cricket.
Responding to Australia's 279 for seven, Flower and Sean Ervine looked capable of ensuring a tight finish before Jason Gillespie dismissed the opener six runs short
of a deserved century.