Sussex have joined the hunt for promotion from Division Two of the Specsavers County Championship after completing a comprehensive 231-run win over bottom-of-the-table Leicestershire at Arundel.
After Danny Briggs took a wicket in the first over on the final day, Sussex had to be patient, but once skipper Mark Cosgrove was fourth out at 124, Leicestershire folded.
They lost their last seven wickets in 23 overs for 70 runs to leave them still searching for their first win of the season.
The wickets were shared around but the match-defining spell was bowled after lunch by Chris Jordan (2-56), who took two for 14 in a five-over burst in which he got the ball to reverse swing to remove Cosgrove (20) and Ned Eckersley (12).
With an end opened up, Jofra Archer (4-30) and legspinner Will Beer (2-35) then piled through. Archer, who took 11 wickets when Sussex won at Grace Road last month, ended up with for the match here.
Only wicketkeeper Lewis Hill, who made 35, offered much resistance as Leicestershire were ultimately dismissed for 193 in 69.1 overs.
Leicestershire began the day on 36-0 needing an improbable 425 and they suffered an immediate setback when Arun Harinath was caught off a top-edge for 17.
Paul Horton and Colin Ackermann dug in to put on 52 for the second wicket, with the latter twice lofting Briggs over the top for six.
But Archer returned to the attack before lunch to pick up both batsmen. Horton was lbw in the second over of his spell and Ackermann, who top-scored with 43, nicked off.
With only three wickets down Leicestershire might have harboured hopes of saving the game at lunch but Jordan produced a decisive burst.
The gutsy Hill apart, the rest came quietly, with Will Fazakerley enduring a pair on his first-class debut when he gave a catch to Chris Nash at short leg.
Last man Richard Jones helped Hill put on 26 for the last wicket but they were futile blows and Abi Sakande wrapped up victory on the stroke of tea when he had Hill lbw.