• Fans in fancy dress are in good spirits at Edgbaston
  • William Porterfield was the match-winner for Birmingham Bears, hitting 81 not out as they defeated Surrey by 16 runs to book their place in the final
  • Veteran spinner Gareth Batty of Surrey celebrates the early wicket of Varun Chopra for 23 with a fine caught and bowled
  • Rikki Clarke notched 35 off 24 balls, including two sixes, as Birmingham finished on 194-4
  • Kevin Pietersen was disappointed on his return to county cricket, being dismissed for just 13 by Ateeq Javid in Surrey's defeat
  • Ateeq Javid celebrates with team-mates the crucial wicket of Kevin Pietersen
  • Fans in fancy dress cheer a six during during the match between Birmingham Bears and Surrey
  • Jason Roy top-scored for Surrey in the run chase, notching 58  in just 28 deliveries, but his side finished short on 178-7
  • Mascots take part in the mascot race during Natwest T20 finals day at Edgbaston
  • Former England captain Michael Vaughan is interviewed by David Lloyd as he takes part in the mascot race during Natwest T20 Blast
  • In the other semi-final, Chris Wood of Hampshire celebrates dismissing Usman Khawaja as Lancashire slumped to 3-2 early on
  • Karl Brown hit a six as he made 41 from 28 balls to help Lancashire recover from their poor start
  • Ashwell Prince also played his part in the recovery, notching an unbeaten 72 as Lancashire finished on 162-5 off a rain reduced 19 overs
  • Will Smith took 3-15 off his four overs. Here he celebrates the wicket of Jos Buttler for just one with team-mate Adam Wheater
  • James Anderson claimed two wickets as Hampshire were all out for 101 chasing a revised target of 143 from 16 overs
  • Lancashire brought in Andrew Flintoff for the final against Birmingham as Kabir Ali was injured
  • Flintoff made an instant impact, dismissing former England team-mate Ian Bell with his first ball after Birmingham chose to bat first
  • But Laurie Evans smashed four sixes in a 30-ball 53 as the Bears piled up 181-5
  • Oliver Hannon-Dalby claimed three wickets as Lancashire's run chase ended just short on 177-8
  • Birmingham soon got the celebrations for their maiden T20 title under way on their home ground

NatWest T20 Blast Finals Day

Fans in fancy dress are in good spirits at Edgbaston