Nottinghamshire 189-4 (Moores 57, Madsen 1-39)
Derbyshire 181-7 (Reece 53, Madsen 31)
Nottinghamshire won by eight runs
Before this game, most of us thought that we needed to win two of the last four games to qualify for the knockout stage of the competition.
Tonight, after a battling display, it is two from three, in all likelihood.
The chase never seemed quite 'there' tonight and although the side battled hard to the end, the visitors ended up doing a narrow double over us, winning by eight runs. The sixes from the last two balls of the Nottinghamshire innings were the match defining moments and sealed the margin of victory.
I'm quite tight for time tonight and am up for work at six tomorrow, so I am happy to leave thoughts on tonight's performance to the many of you that I am sure were there. I will give my thoughts tomorrow night or Sunday, when I have a little more opportunity to do so.
Interestingly (make that happily...) both Yorkshire and Warwickshire lost tonight, to Durham and Worcestershire respectively, so we remain top of a very competitive group with three games to play.
Two of them are at home, too.
Our destiny remains very much in our own hands and we still have the second best net run rate in the group.