After a clinical bowling performance led by Jofra Archer restricted Hampshire to 126 for nine, Sussex chased down the target comfortably in 17.2 overs with six wickets in hand in the South Group encounter of Natwest T20 Blast in Southampton.
After Sussex managed to score 156 for eight in their innings, rain arrived in Cheltenham, not allowing any play possible in the Gloucestershire innings leading to the Natwest T20 Blast South Group clash to be abandoned without a result.
James Vince scored a blistering 81 while Kyle Abbott claimed a three-wicket haul as Hampshire registered a 19 run win over Sussex in the Natwest T20 Blast South Group encounter in Hove to go top of the table.
Vernon Philander and Jofra Archer shared seven wickets between them as Sussex bowled out Durham for 204 runs in the final innings to complete a victory by an innings and 177 runs on the final day of the County Championship Division Two clash in Hove.
After Michael Burgess and Jofra Archer went on to notch half centuries, Sussex went on to post a massive 668 runs in their first innings, following which Chris Jordan and Vernon Philander picked two wickets apiece to restrict Durham to 97 for four at stumps on day three of the County Championship Division Two clash in Hove.
Joe Leach led from the front with a five-wicket haul as Worcestershire completed an innings victory against Derbyshire while Colin Ingram and Chris Hooke scored unbeaten centuries to help Glamorgan come from behind and secure a draw against Nottinghamshire on the final day of the County Championship Division Two clashes.
Quinton de Kock carried on his fine form with a blistering century while Wayne Parnell and JP Duminy slammed fifties as South Africa completed a 66-run victory while defending 289 runs against Sussex in a rain shortened tour game in Hove.
As three games in the final round of South Group clashes in Royal London One-Day Cup were washed out due to rain, Essex managed to finish on top following their 57-run victory in another weather affected game on Wednesday.
Jim Allenby scored a blistering 144-run knock as Somerset thrashed Glamorgan by 170 runs while riding on Laurie Evans' unbeaten 134 Sussex chased down 332 comfortably against Kent. Elsewhere a complete all-round performance from Surrey saw them register a seven-wicket win over Middlesex.
Tom Alsop and Jacques Rudolph scored centuries to help Hampshire and Glamorgan respectively to victories while rain hampered Middlesex's progress against Sussex leading to abandonment without a result.