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New Road, Worcester
Somerset booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Friends Life t20 with a comfortable seven-wicket triumph over Worcestershire.
The west country side restricted the Royals to 119-7 despite an unbeaten 45 by Phil Hughes, and then powered home with seven balls to spare thanks to an unbroken stand of 59 Nick Compton and James Hildreth.
Worcestershire had started the day at the top of the Midlands/Wales/West group and despite their defeat still reach the knockout stages.
Somerset have now made it to the last eight four years on the spin, though they have rather limped over the line after taking only one point from their previous three games before the trip to New Road.
Their recent struggles were quickly consigned to the record books when their bowlers did such a fine job to restrict their opponents to a below-par score.
Albie Morkel led the way with 3-30, including removing the dangerous duo of Daryl Mitchell and Gareth Andrew in the space of three balls.
Spinners George Dockrell and Max Waller also did a good containing job in bowling their seven overs at a cost of 33 runs.
Hughes, as he has done regularly in making 322 runs in the competition, put together an innings of some substance, although the Australian only managed to pick up four boundaries from 50 balls.
Somerset did wobble briefly in their chase when they slipped to 61-3, but Hildreth (35 not out) came out to combine with opener Compton, who finished unbeaten on 42, to steer their side over the line with seven balls to spare.