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Surrey's ended their Friends Life t20 campaign on a triumphant note with a seven-wicket success over South Group winners Sussex at Hove.
Set 62 in five overs under the Duckworth-Lewis method after rain had forced a lengthy delay, Surrey reached their target in the final over thanks to an impressive cameo by Kevin Pietersen.
The England international blasted 36 off 16 balls with a four and three sixes, the third of them off Luke Wright securing victory with two balls to spare.
The crucial overs proved to be the second and third, Amjad Khan firstly going for 17 runs before left-arm spinner Michael Rippon then conceded 18, as both Pietersen and Gary Wilson cleared the ropes.
Luke Wright and Chris Nash had earlier hammered 104 off nine overs before the rain arrived as the Sussex batsmen continued the impressive form they have shown throughout the tournament so far.
Wright made his second half-century of this competition to take his aggregate in this year's competition to 308 runs, the third best in the country.
Chris Tremlett, who is making his way back to full fitness after injury, saw his only over disappear for 23 runs, Wright hitting him for three fours and a six.
Nash was no less impressive, racing to 41 from 28 balls with five fours and a six off Zafar Ansari. Eventually the rain halted his progress, a delay of over two hours leading to a reduced-overs contest that seemed to favour Surrey.