Twenty20 Cup - North Division
Leicestershire 133-8 (H H Dippenaar 63) v Durham 137-4
Durham beat Leicestershire by 6 wkts
Durham qualified for the quarter-finals of the Twenty20 Cup with a comfortable six-wicket win over Leicestershire at Grace Road.
In a shoot-out to discover who would go through from the North Division alongside Lancashire, the Dynamos cruised to glory with 22 balls to spare.
Despite Boeta Dippenaar's 63, the hosts were only able to post a below-par total of 133-8 after winning the toss and choosing to bat first.
Openers Matthew Boyce and Jim Allenby both fell to Ben Harmison (3-28) having made 19 apiece, and from then on the innings fell away.
After the top two only Dippenaar managed to get into double figures, his 48-ball knock including seven fours and a six. Mitchell Claydon claimed 3-14 for Durham.
David Warner made sure the visitors didn't suffer any nerves in their run chase, as the left-hander belted 44 from just 18 deliveries.
Together with Phil Mustard (28) the Australian shared an opening stand of 75 that put the result beyond any doubt, even though both players fell in the space of five runs.
It was left to Dale Benkenstein to see the match home, his unbeaten 33 making sure Durham would be in the last eight, where they will play Kent.