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Friends Provident Trophy
County Ground, Northampton
Friends Provident Trophy - Group A
Northamptonshire 240 (A J Hall 81) v Lancashire 241-4 (P J Horton 100)
Lancashire beat Northamptonshire by 6 wkts
Paul Horton's century allowed Lancashire to ease to a six-wicket success at Northamptonshire, their second straight win in Group A of the FP Trophy.
The Australian-born opener hit exactly 100 off 108 balls as the Red Rose county surpassed a target of 241 with 31 deliveries and six wickets to spare.
Horton, who struck 12 fours, was well supported by Mark Chilton in a third-wicket stand of 120 although both then fell in quick succession to leave Lancasire on 182-4.
But Faf du Plessis (24no) and Steven Croft (35no) took the visitors across the winning line with an unbroken fifth-wicket partnership of 59.
Earlier, Northants had been bowled out for 240 in 47.3 overs with Andrew Hall's 81 the top score.
Lancashire seam duo Sajid Mahmood (3-38) and Tom Smith (3-52) both picked up three wickets.