NatWest Pro40 - Division Two
Leicestershire Foxes 175-5 Innings Complete v Northamptonshire Steelbacks 37-1
Bad weather once again intervened at Wantage Road on Sunday with Northamptonshire's Pro40 Division Two clash against Leicestershire being washed out.
Twenty-four hours after the Steelbacks' match against Derbyshire also fell victim to the weather, a no result was declared after the heavens opened with the home side just four overs into their innings.
Having been put into bat, Leicestershire had earlier reached 175-5 off 30 overs with James Allenby and Josh Cobb each making 43.
Monty Panesar claimed the scalps of James Taylor (9) and Jacques Du Toit (14) on his way to figures of 2-27.
Northants' attack made a good start as Matthew Boyce fell in Lee Daggett's first over after edging to keeper Riki Wessels.
But Cobb and Allenby then fought back, the former reaching his total off 37 balls before pulling Nicky Boje's delivery to Daggett at mid-wicket.
Their run rate then slowed and wickets also started to tumble more regularly - Panesar dismissing Taylor with a turning ball that clipped the off stump.
A brief rain delay came after the 23rd over with Allenby soon dismissed by Boje before Panesar caught and bowled Du Toit.
Another delay soon arrived although Tom New (16) and Boeta Dippenaar (28) subsequently managed to survive the final four-and-a-half overs.
Chasing a revised target of 186, Northants' attempts were frustrated by another downpour, which brought about a newly-revised total of 122 off 17 overs.
Wessels hit two consecutive fours off Harry Gurney but was dismissed when mis-timing a shot to Boyce.
However, the rain returned once more, forcing the umpires to declare a no result - the teams receiving one point apiece.