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That's Derbyshire's second win of the campaign. Wayne Madsen (59 not out from 44 balls), Luis Reece (60 from 46 balls) and Ravi Rampaul's bowling (3-17) stole the show tonight.
For Northants, despite Josh Cobb's knock of 84, it's a poor night as they slip to eighth in the table and have just one win from their five matches.
The Falcons climb to sixth.
Alex Hughes clips one over his head for four and the victory is secured with two overs to spare...
Derbyshire are delighted and the home crowd are left disappointed. It was easy in the end for the visitors.
Wayne Madsen is caught on the boundary, but he's safe because it's from a free hit after a no ball...
Derbyshire are almost there... Six to win from two-and-a-half overs...
Wayne Madsen smacks a six straight back down to ground for his 50 (53 from 28 balls), and it comes moments after new man Alex Hughes struck back-to-back boundaries.
Derbyshire need just 15 runs from 18 balls and will surely close out this win now, after that lucrative over.
Ben Sanderson gets Matt Critchley caught behind for five. That gives the hosts more hope.
Now it's 32 needed from 22 balls for Derbyshire. Wayne Madsen is still in on 47 from 27 balls.
Matt Critchley's bat is broken by a chest-high no ball from Faheem Ashraf, but after a brief pause, they take nine from the over in total and Derbyshire will fancy their chances of winning from here.
And three balls later Hampshire have their wicket.
England international Liam Dawson takes 3-11 while Mason Crane finishes with figures of 3-22.
Six games in and still no win for Glamorgan.Copyright: Getty Images
Four wickets in the last four overs have left Glamorgan on 83-9 away to Hampshire.
They still need 44 runs off 31 deliveries with 10 and 11 at the crease.
Leus du Plooy is caught behind by a cracking, diving catch from Northants' Adam Rossington.
Du Plooy made 12 from eight balls. Derbyshire need another 43 runs to win.
The final 100% record in the T20 Blast falls as Kent are defeated away to Sussex thanks to half-centuries from Philip Salt and Laurie Evans.
South African Leus du Plooy plays a lovely reverse sweep that runs for four, to help them take 14 from the 14th over.
The visitors have just edged back in front compared to where Northants were at this stage.
50 for Laurie Evans off 29 balls and that also brings up the 100-run partnership.
Sussex are on 146-1 and require just nine more from 31 deliveries to end Kent's 100% record.
It feels as though this game is very much in the balance..
Northants were 115-2 at the same stage.
They could never quite keep up with the run-rate...
Despite Ryan Higgins' unbeaten 77 off 43 balls, Gloucestershire fall short by 25 runs.
Essex, led by Tom Westley's 86 not out, just had too many in the bank.Copyright: Getty Images
This is a big moment in this game. Luis Reece launches another high one on the leg side but this time he's caught near the boundary by Alex Wakely.
Reece made 60 from 37 balls, including seven boundaries.
And a 50 for Philip Salt at Hove too. Sussex are now 113-1 against Kent and need 41 runs from 41 deliveries.
Glamorgan's chase is very much in the balance as they are 64-6 after 12 overs, against Hampshire who scored 128-7 in their innings.
Derbyshire's Luis Reece hits his third six of the night and that's his 50, from 33 deliveries. He gets a respectful smattering of applause from the home fans.
Well, that was easy...
It really shouldn't have been, but explosive innings from Tom Banton (71) and Ed Byrom's unbeaten 54 off just 19 balls saw Somerset home with eight balls to spare. Madness.