Richard Levi made light of a record chase with a 28-ball fifty which gave Northants a three-wicket win over Derbyshire in the NatWest T20 Blast.
It was his second game-changing score, for last week he powered his way to 61 to help beat Leicestershire.
Faced with a target of 196, to which Wayne Madsen contributed a quickfire 21 off 12 balls, Levi settled in with Josh Cobb after the early loss of Adam Rossington to take the score to 108 before the second wicket fell in the 11th over. Although Levi went soon after for 58 off 37, with four sixes (all in the powerplay) and three fours, the back of the chase was broken and Northants kept up the momentum to the end.
Jacques Rudolph cruised serenely to an unbeaten 34 off 35 balls as Glamorgan beat sorry Surrey (they have yet to win any game in any format this season) by eight wickets. Rudolph was never under pressure once Dutchman Timm van der Guten (4-14), helped by Craig Meschede (2-16) had strangled Surrey for a dismal 95 in which Durban-born England star Jason Roy scratched his way to 15 off 13 balls, along with the top-scorers Sam Curran (21) and brother Tom (20). Ex-Dolphin Matt Pillans was next best with 13 off 11.
But Rudolph played some classy strokes, including three fours, while Colin Ingram announced his return from injury with a six off Pillans, ending with 11 off 8.
Michael Richardson added an unbeaten 34 off 27 and Keaton Jennings was barely needed (6 off 7) as Durham beat Lancashire by six wickets. They were chasing a weak total of 149, in which Alviro Petersen had scored 8.
Compiled by Mark Salter
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