Mid-tier firms take note - the Big Five don't always win, at least not at cricket. At the Young Lords Taverners Accountants Indoor Cricket Tournament held at Lords last month, Robson Rhodes defeated Deloitte & Touche in the final. David scored 129 for five to Goliath's paltry 89 all out. PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mazars Neville Russell, Ernst & Young and Grant Thornton were also left trailing in the firm's wake. It wasn't just those at Robson Rhodes who were pleased with the victory. Presenting the man of the match award to Marios Gregori, England cricketer Mark Ramprakash said: 'It's nice to see that Deloittes could not win it every year.'
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