A match-winning all-round display from Andrew McDonald inspired Leicestershire to a shock Friends Provident t20 triumph over rivals Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.
The Australian all-rounder returned from a recent injury lay-off with an unbeaten half-century and a five-wicket haul as the Foxes snatched a 23-run win via the Duckworth-Lewis method over their near-neighbours.
The win propels Leicestershire up three places to sixth, however their hopes of a top-four finish remain unlikely after Northamptonshire beat Lancashire the same evening.
McDonald added impetus to the Foxes' innings after compatriot Dirk Nannes (2-28) had helped reduce the visitors to 47-3.
He struck four fours and one six in his 44-ball 58, however the 145-5 total appeared a below-par effort at the interval.
The Foxes, who have now collected all six wins in this season's competition away from Grace Road, then produced a sterling bowling and fielding display to tie up Notts.
McDonald swung the match firmly in Leicestershire's favour by ripping through the Nottinghamshire middle-order to finish with figures of 5-13 - the best in this season's competition.
Only Ali Brown (28) and Steve Mullaney (29no) came out of the Notts innings with any credit as the hosts collapsed to 107-9 and registered their fourth defeat of the campaign.
Despite suffering their first home loss in the competition, the Outlaws secured a Trent Bridge tie in the quarter-finals thanks to Lancashire's defeat at Northampton.