I thought was as emphatic as you can get really. We have gone out in every game with the clear intention of going out quickly and dominating teams early. No team has been as controlling with the bat and the ball as England. I'm very proud today, and im very happy that we have a coach brave enough to change the English mentality of nudging and prodding for 5 overs until we're in. Ball1 game1 we went for the oppo. And I believe it's the only approach that can succeed in the short form of the game. Gilchrist and Hayden did it for years for Australia and in Lumb and Keiswetter (or more likely keiswetter and a.n.other) we look to have put the bump and 'NO RUN....WAIT..' days of Strauss, Cook, Shah, Bell etc behind us. It's looking like horses for courses finally and it works. Keiswetter 9 Lumb 6 Pieterson 9 Collingwood 8 (extra points for captaincy and today's catch) Morgan 9 Wright 7 Bresnan 8 Swann 9 my man of the tournament Yardy 7 Sidebottom 8 Broad 7 fabulous day. Great tournament.