Derbyshire 132-2 (Slater 60 not, Thakor 38)
Lancashire 162-7 (Thakor 3-23, Mendis 2-38)
Lancashire won by three wickets
Although not yet mathematically impossible, Derbyshire's chances of group progress hang by a knife edge after an unfortunately sloppy end to one of those days of cricket hated by most cricket fans.
Stop start days are fairly wretched any time, but on an out ground, where facilities are often limited, there is usually nowhere to go.
Derbyshire built a sound platform for another big score, with Ben 'Mr Consistency' Slater batting beautifully, before the rain allowed no resumption after lunch and the home side were set a target that makes little sense to anyone bar the statisticians.
They got off to a flyer and were pulled back by the spinners and Shiv Thakor. How he ended on the losing side is hard to figure, but while he can be proud of his excellent all round figures, for Hardus Viljoen it was a game to forget.
Notwithstanding his match rustiness, which is slowly coming back, he would have hoped for more than 0-44 in his four overs. With 24 needed from two and Thakor bowling beautifully, most people's money would have been on Derbyshire, but Viljoen conceding 17 from the penultimate over wasn't part of the script and it left only a common sense job in the last.
Sometimes you have to admit that the opposition played well and deserved it and fair play to Lancashire for a fine run chase today.
But from a Derbyshire perspective, notwithstanding Duckworth/Lewis, a slippery outfield when we fielded and an innings that was never allowed to get to the 'business' part, it was a game that we had in our grasp and blew it.
That's the disappointment.