Yorkshire Vikings took control of Group A and moved a step closer to the Royal London Cup quarter-finals with a three-wicket victory over Leicestershire Foxes in a rain-affected clash at Grace Road on Friday.
Chasing a Duckworth-Lewis revised target of 191 off 32 overs, the Vikings reached it with three balls to spare to make it four wins in five games and keep their place at the top of the Group A table.
Andrew Hodd led the victory charge with an unbeaten 69 and shared a game-changing seventh wicket stand of 62 with England all-rounder Tim Bresnan.
The Foxes posted 236-8 off their 50 overs after being put into bat with Matt Boyce hitting 74 not out.
Yorkshire then slumped to 27 for two off 11 overs in their reply before rain swept in and forced the players off the field for more than an hour.
If the game had been abandoned at that stage the Foxes would have won comfortably with Yorkshire well behind the D/L par score.
But, with 18 overs lost, the game resumed with the Vikings set a revised target that left them requiring another 164 runs off the remaining 21 overs.
Wickets continued to fall at regular intervals as Yorkshire slipped to 91-6 with 11 overs remaining, but a belligerent 62 from 41 balls from wicketkeeper Hodd and Bresnan saw the Vikings over the finish line.
That was the only one of the three Group A fixtures that produced a result on Friday night with the matches between second-placed Gloucestershire against third-placed Essex, and Hampshire against Northamptonshire, being abandoned.
Gloucestershire were 55-1 from 11.1 overs when rain ended their match at Chelmsford, while Hampshire made 249 all out off 48.4 overs when the weather also brought a premature end to proceedings in Southampton.