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Glamorgan secured the last quarter-final spot in the South Group, while Sussex's Luke Wright made a record 153 not out.
The inaugural Royal London One-Day Cup, county cricket's new 50-over competition, gets under way on Saturday.
Worcestershire beat Gloucestershire to open a 43-point lead in Division Two, while Kent got back in the promotion race.
Daryl Mitchell hit 102 not out as Division Two leaders Worcestershire reached 299-7 on day one against Gloucestershire.
Sam Northeast's 91 helped Kent to 351-7 on day one against Surrey, while Derbyshire's seamers enjoyed themselves.
Tom Westley's century destroyed Kent to help table-topping Essex claim a 63-run NatWest t20 Blast victory.
Acting captain Alfonso Thomas claimed two wickets in the final over as Somerset beat Gloucestershire by seven runs.
Sam Northeast's first century of the season helped Kent cruise to a six-wicket win against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
Hampshire seamer James Tomlinson enjoyed a moment to remember against Gloucestershire in Division Two.
Mitchell Claydon claimed his best figures for Kent as Leicestershire were bowled out for 217 on day one at Grace Road.
Essex stayed top of the South Group with a five-wicket victory against Surrey, while Hampshire and Gloucs also won.
Jason Roy continued his good form as Surrey chased down a target of 156 to beat Kent by eight wickets in the T20 Blast.
Saeed Ajmal posted match figures of 12-140 as Worcestershire claimed a 249-run victory over Glamorgan at New Road.
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Mark Pettini's perfectly paced half-century helped Essex back to top spot and handed Somerset a fifth defeat in eight.
Kent escaped with a warning from an ECB pitch panel after their 10-wicket victory over Derbyshire at Canterbury.
Gary Wilson impressed with an unbeaten 160 to put Surrey in a strong position on day two against Leicestershire.
Glamorgan openers Jacques Rudolph and Will Bragg made hay in the Bristol sunshine against Gloucestershire.
Kevin Pietersen's Surrey beat Glamorgan but he once again struggled to make an impact in Friday's encounter.
James Vince cracked 240 as Hampshire thrashed Essex by 470 runs inside three days to boost their promotion hopes.
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