Jake Lintott described Thursday's dramatic victory over Notts Outlaws at Edgbaston as crazy.

The visitors, chasing 98 for five in an eight-overs-per-side contest, charged to 55 for one after 20 balls as Alex Hales thrashed 30 from just nine balls. 

Spin bowler Jake Lintott turned the tide with a superb over which saw him dismiss Hales and Ben Duckett while conceding just two runs. 

The Outlaws needed 15 from the last over but could find only 13 as Miles held his nerve.

“It was mad wasn’t it?” said Lintott who was voted Talbots Law Player of the Match. “One minute we’re watching Solihull Moors in the playoff final and then all of a sudden you’re out on the pitch. It all happens pretty quickly and it can go either way, but to pick up two points is massive for us and take a lot of momentum from that.

“I’ve watched a lot of the T10 stuff on TV and sort of reflected on that a little bit. It was crazy with something happening every ball and it was a special game to be a part of.”