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  1. Worcestershire go through to quarter-finals despite loss at Leics
  2. Durham also into last eight after win v Northants and Birmingham Bears lose
  3. Glamorgan beat Hampshire by eight wickets to boost quarter-final hopes
  4. Somerset on brink of qualification after beating Surrey
  5. Matches abandoned at Sussex & Essex without a ball bowled

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By Gary Smee and Adam Williams

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  1. Thanks and good night

    That's all our T20 Blast action done for this evening. The likely line-up of our quarter-finalists is getting clearer.

    Don't forget you can recap all the action and stories from tonight on the counties pages of the BBC Sport website.

    Make sure you watch some of those clips of Colin Ingram's huge sixes this evening.

    We'll leave you arguably the biggest of them all right here.

    Until next time...

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  2. How it stands in the North

    All matches complete now tonight in the North Group - time to take a look at the table before we finish up..


    Durham and Worcestershire book their quarter-final places while Lancashire are looking good to join them.

    Still plenty to scrap for behind them with two matches left to play.

    Should be an intriguing conclusion in the coming week.


    Durham 174-4 beat Northants 162-9

    Durham have secured qualification for the quarter-finals after Birmingham Bears lost to Lancashire Lightning, putting the gloss on a strong win away from home.

    An innings full of strong contributions for Durham was led by skipper Tom Latham (33 off 23 balls), whilst Seekkuge Prasanna completed an economical 2-22 from his four overs.

    Ben Duckett got Northants off to a flyer with his 40 from 30 balls, yet Chris Rushworth (3-22) stemmed the flow of runs in a chase where Northants were always just behind where they needed to be.

  4. How it stands in the South

    All matches done and dusted in the South Group this evening - so what's that down to the group table?


    Still very tight with a couple of washouts as well this evening, but plenty still to decide with many sides with three matches still to play.

    Somerset are all but into the quarter-finals barring a peculiar sequence of results elsewhere.

  5. Northants hopes fading

    Northants 144-8 (17.4 overs) v Durham 174-4

    Ben Curran (15) and Seekkuge Prassana (38) had provided some much needed impetus in this run-chase however both have now been removed in quick succession.

    Nathan Rimmington took the wicket of Prasanna before Chris Rushworth had Ben Curran caught on the boundary.

  6. Glamorgan plunder sixes in fifth straight win

    Glamorgan beat Hampshire by eight wickets

    It was all a bit easy in the end for Glamorgan.

    Here are three of the best sixes from the hosts' chase...

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  7. Northants in the hunt?

    Northants 131-5 (16 overs) v Durham 174-7

    A big over from Northants leaves them needing 44 from the final four overs.

    Ben Curran (brother of Tom and Sam) hits two sixes from Paul Collingwood's final over to give his side hope of chasing this total down.


    Hampshire 151-8 v Glamorgan 155-2

    And there it is, Glamorgan win with 25 balls to spare.

    Five wins from five matches for the hosts who strengthen their quarter-final hopes.

    Colin Ingram finishes with 71 not out off 40 balls while Kiran Carlson also impresses with 31 not out off just 21 balls.

    Hampshire have another night to forget as the match finishes with Dale Steyn sending down a bouncer that flies away for four byes.

  9. Glamorgan 146-2 (target 152)

    Glamorgan need 6 more runs to win off 30 balls

    Ryan Stevenson's over goes for 16 and we're nearly all over red rover at Sophia Gardens.

    Neil Diamond rings out on the PA in anticipation of a home win...

  10. Carlson finds a maximum

    Glamorgan 141-2 (target 152)

    The diminutive Kiran Carlson joins the six party for Glamorgan as he pulls Ryan Stevenson away over deep mid-wicket for six.

    Not long left in this one now...

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  11. Glamorgan 130-2 (target 152)

    Glamorgan need 22 more runs to win off 36 balls

    Colin Ingram finds the rope again with a swivel pull shot for four off Liam Dawson to push him into the 60s.

    Kiran Carlson also nicely tucks away a couple of his legs before a four off the last ball of the over with a drive through the covers.

    A gentle stroll towards victory this for Glammy.


    Northants 89-4 (12.4 overs) v Durham 174-7

    That defeat for Birmingham Bears also means Durham are through to the quarter-finals.

    Yorkshire in fifth and Notts Outlaws in fourth still have to play next week - so both are unable to catch Durham.

  13. Glamorgan 117-2 (target 152)

    Glamorgan need 35 more runs to win off 42 balls

    Kiran Carlson must have heard me in that previous over as he drills Mujeeb Ur Rahman for four over extra cover.

    Survives a half-chance of being caught the next ball at short fine leg where Gareth Berg isn't quite tall enough to cling on above his head.

  14. Glamorgan 109-2 (target 152)

    Glamorgan need 43 more to win off 48 balls

    Strange passage of this match now where Glamorgan are well on course for the win, but are just milking the spinners for singles.

    If Glamorgan hurry up and win this quickly it would definitely help their net run-rate in a tight South Group.


    Leics (155-9) beat Worcs (150-6) by five runs

    The Rapids have lost at Leicestershire, but so have Birmingham Bears against Lancashire.

    It means Worcestershire go into the last eight of the T20 Blast.

  16. Holders Notts still alive

    Notts Outlaws (212-5) beat Yorkshire (149-7) by 63 runs

    That's a huge win for defending champions Notts Outlaws.

    They might need a couple more victories from their final two games, but they're still in with a chance of making the quarter-finals.

  17. Glamorgan 104-2 (target 152)

    Ingram 53, Carlson 2

    Kiran Carlson has joined Colin Ingram in the middle and he wants to get on with it quickly judging by a big swish and a miss off Dale Steyn.

    Good over that from Steyn with the wicket and just three runs conceded.

  18. Watch: Meschede smashes over long-off for six

    Craig Meschede might be on his way back to the pavilion, but here he is dispatching Hampshire leg-spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman into the River End Stand for six.

    His 32 from 28 balls has put Glamorgan in a great position to take the win and boost their quarter-final prospects.

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  19. Rapids need 26 off two overs

    Leics 155-9 v Worcs 130-6 (18 overs)

    Callum Ferguson has been run out for 69 - that might be the clincher for Leicestershire.

    But with Birmingham Bears sliding to defeat at Lancashire - the Rapids are heading through.

    It's all about finishing in the top two now and getting a home quarter-final.

    Elsewhere, holders Notts Outlaws are about to beat Yorkshire and Durham are on course to qualify - they're well on top against Northants.

  20. WICKET

    Meschede c Alsop b Steyn 32 (Glamorgan 101-2)

    A long-overdue wicket for Hampshire as Craig Meschede gets a fine edge off Dale Steyn through to Tom Alsop.

    Meschede departs for 32 off just 28 balls with three fours and a six. Handy partnership that with Colin Ingram worth 82.