Leicestershire ended their Friends Life t20 campaign with an emphatic 10-wicket victory over Yorkshire Vikings in a North Division dead rubber at Grace Road.
Foxes skipper Josh Cobb led the way with bat and ball, taking three wickets to restrict the Vikings to just 105 all out and then cracking an unbeaten 52 to steer his side home with 47 balls to spare.
The crushing defeat rounded off a T20 campaign to forget for rock-bottom Yorkshire, who were beaten finalists last year.
After winning the toss and choosing to bat first, the Vikings made a solid start before collapsing from 51-1 to 105 all out in just 17.2 overs.
Alex Lees struck a run-a-ball 32 for Yorkshire, however the next highest scorer was 12 as off-spinner Cobb (3-9) ran through the middle order before Shakib-Al-Hasan (2-26) took the final wicket of Moin Ashraf in the 18th over.
The poultry total never looked like challenging the Foxes and Cobb continued his impressive afternoon with a dominant half-century alongside Greg Smith, who made an unbeaten 39.
Cobb crashed six fours and two sixes, his second maximum sealing a fourth win of the competition at the start of the 13th over.