Derbyshire booked their place in the T20 Blast quarter-finals for just the third time with a 11-run prevail upon Lancashire in the North Group.
Half-hundreds of years from Wayne Madsen and Billy Godleman set a 163-run focus on that the Red Rose were not able pursue down, regardless of Liam Livingstone’s 58.
Sussex can likewise praise a home quarter-last in the South Group, after a seven-wicket prevail upon Glamorgan.
Alex Carey’s 61 and Laurie Evans’ 45 reeled in the objective in 17 overs.
Shaun Marsh and Colin Ingram both made half-hundreds of years for Glamorgan in Cardiff, yet their count was insufficient in the occasion.
Derbyshire begins key with bat and ball
Old Trafford was hurling for some Bank Holiday Monday cricket in the singing daylight, and Lancashire and Derbyshire did not baffle in a spine chiller.
In their last round of the gathering stages, Derbyshire realized a success was sufficient to put them through and in spite of losing Matt Critchley right off the bat at Old Trafford, the entry of Madsen at the wrinkle to join captain Billy Godleman kick-began their innings.
The veteran took control, whipping a Liam Hurt free-hit for a greatest and cleared away a Matt Parkinson turner for another huge limit.
He arrived at his 50 of every 27 balls and made a further 19 preceding he withdrew with Derbyshire on 129-2, and Godleman additionally cut out 50 years before he left on 57 at 134-3 an over later.
Regardless of some tight bowling towards the back-part of the bargain, Derbyshire made a better than average 162-3 and set Lancashire a respectable objective to pursue.
The reaction began shockingly, as Alex Davies holed out to Anuj Dal for a second-ball duck from Logan van Beek’s conveyance.
Wayne Madsen got Steven Croft’s enormous hurl and Ravi Rampaul, who had been pummeled for a few fours only a couple of balls past, got a key wicket.
Rampaul then extinguished Josh Bohannan’s center stump for his twentieth T20 wicket of the period to leave Lancs floundering on 39-3.
Liam Livingstone gave the Red Rose expectation with some perfect, ground-breaking hitting before he left on 58, and Keaton Jennings was additionally unseated two balls later.
Glenn Maxwell hauled onto his own stumps with the score at 108-6, leaving the hosts shorn of their majors batting powers with five overs to go and Derbyshire traveled through to the quarter-finals.
Sussex race to triumph and verify home tie