Yorkshire 166-6 (Williamson 65, Durston 2-17)
Derbyshire 165-8 (Rutherford 44, Broom 37, Hughes 35)
Yorkshire won by one run
I can't say too much about today's game, as I was following the game on Twitter as I stopped en route down here. When I saw the result of the toss, I thought we had a chance and after Yorkshire got off to a flier I was pleased to see we had kept them to 166 - one we had a chance with.
The early loss of Wes seems to knock us back and although the Kiwis did OK again, we never seemed to be ahead of the game and we needed someone to play the match-winning innings that didn't materialise.
Two sixes for Chesney that took us past 150 with two overs to go should have seen us win. Seventeen off two overs with six wickets in hand really should see a batting side win, but Willey and Rafiq bowled tight overs and we ended one short, despite Matt Critchley's last-ball six.
One small criticism from a distant supporter perspective - the end of the game wasn't well covered on Twitter. We knew it was 13 off the over, and that we lost a wicket to the third and fifth balls from the tweets, but the score wasn't given until the end of the innings and Critchley's six wasn't mentioned.
Room for improvement there. Same as with the team, really. We ran a very good side as close as you can get - but at the end of it all, it counted for nothing, points-wise.
Lancashire on Wednesday is last-chance saloon now - and there is no margin for error now.
I look forward to your observations on the game and hope to see a few people on Wednesday.
Postscript - please do try and come along to Chesterfield Library tomorrow night for the launch of my book 'In Their Own Words.' Tickets are still available and can be reserved by calling 01629 533400.
Some fine names are in attendance and a good night should be had by all.