NatWest T20 Blast: Tim Bresnan's 6-19 earns Yorkshire Roses win
Last Updated: 12/08/17 10:32am
Chasing 183 in front of a 15,750 Headingley sell-out, Lancashire were 163 all out as captain Bresnan produced three wickets and a run-out in the last over of the match.
An unbeaten half-century from Samit Patel helped Notts Outlaws strengthen their lead at the top of the North Group.
Patel scored 77 from just 48 balls, adding 96 for the fourth wicket with Brendan Taylor, who made 36, as the Outlaws chased down a victory target of 181 to beat Birmingham Bears by five wickets, with 11 balls to spare.
Sam Hain top-scored for the Bears with an undefeated 82 off 50 deliveries, while the Outlaws can secure a place in the knock-out phase with victory against Worcestershire on Sunday.
Cosgrove's 79 from 48 balls helped Leicestershire make 193-5 and it was easily defended, with only Adam Rossington showing for Northants with a season's-best 67 in 46 balls.
Jets opener Tom Latham hit a quickfire 62 off 40 deliveries, while Keaton Jennings and Barry McCarthy claimed two wickets apiece as the Rapids fell short on 152-5.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Calvin Dickinson smashed a 23-ball 50, hitting eight fours and two sixes to get his side off to a flying start in pursuit of Kent's par-for-the-course 167-7.
Skipper James Vince played a typically level-headed innings of 57 off 36 balls as Hampshire cruised past their target with 16 balls to spare.
The visitors were bowled out for 138 after an excellent bowling and fielding display by Sussex, who then lost four wickets for 16 runs before Laurie Evans' unbeaten 45 and two sixes in the 18th over off Chris Liddle carried the hosts to a second successive win.