Sussex, who lost by 62 runs, are also furious that the 10th over of their innings, the number necessary to ensure a result, was bowled as the heavens opened. Their chief executive, Tony Pigott, said: "The target proved that the Duckworth-Lewis system doesn't work and we played in torrential rain when we should have been off the park."Reuse content
Sussex are lodging an official complaint with the English Cricket Board following their farcical Sunday League defeat at Durham this week. The county faced a revised target of 80 in four overs under the complex Duckworth-Lewis system after torrential rain caused a 100-minute delay to the match at Chester-le-Street.