After a splendid bowling effort led by a three wicket haul from Craig Meschede bowled out Leicestershire for 123 runs, a blistering 70 run unbeaten knock from Colin Ingram helped Glamorgan complete the chase in 13.4 overs with nine wickets in hand to book a berth in the semi-final of the Natwest T20 Blast 2017.
Fifties from Luke Ronchi and Colin Ackermann proved vital as Leicestershire held their nerve in a tight chase of 183 runs which they completed with four wickets in hand in the Natwest T20 Blast clash against Yorkshire at Grace Road.
Luke Ronchi and Mark Cosgrove scored knocks of 59 and 79 respectively as Leicestershire went on to post 193 in their innings and later restricted Northamptonshire to 148 for seven in the chase in their North Group Natwest T20 Blast encounter at County Ground.
After Derbyshire restricted Leicestershire to 104 for nine in the 20 overs, Wayne Madsen led the chase with an unbeaten 49 run knock as the home side completed a seven wicket victory in the Natwest T20 Blast North Group encounter in Derby.
Paul Coughlin scored unbeaten 38 runs and picked two wickets as well as Durham completed a six wicket victory against Leicestershire in a seven-over rain affected game of Natwest T20 Blast at Grace Road.
Boyd Rankin and Aaron Thomason shared six wickets between them equally as Warwickshire restricted Leicestershire to 157 for eight in a chase of 188 runs to complete a 30 run victory in the North Group Natwest T20 Blast encounter at Grace Road.
Callum Parkinson registered figures of 20 for three as Leicestershire dismissed Durham for 117 in a chase of 145 to register their fourth consecutive win in this season of Natwest T20 Blast in Chester-le-Street on Thursday.
Clint Mckay registered majestic figures of 11 for five as Leicestershire restricted Worcestershire to 148 for five in their innings and later chased down the target in 18.3 overs with five wickets in hand in the Natwest T20 Blast North Group encounter at New Road.
A spirited century from Colin Ackermann and fifties from Mark Cosgrove and Matthew Pillans went in vain as Northamptonshire managed to edge out Leicestershire by two runs while defending 394 runs in the final day of the County Championship Division Two clash in Northampton.
Alex Wakely and Rob Keogh scored centuries on day three as Northamptonshire declared their innings at 289 for seven, leaving Leicestershire with an improbable target of 394 runs on their final innings during the County Championship Division Two clash in Northampton.
Ben Sanderson, Azharullah and Richard Gleeson picked three wickets apiece to wrap up Leicestershire for 157 in their first innings following which Northamptonshire stretched their lead to 164 runs with seven wickets in hand on day two of the County Championship Division Two clash in Northampton.
Ben Duckett slammed the first century in the day-night round of the County Championship Division Two clash as Northamptonshire posted 261 runs and restricted Leicestershire to 65 for four at stumps on day one in Northampton.