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Warwickshire cruised to an eight-wicket win over Worcestershire at New Road, chasing down a target of 121 with 21 balls to spare.
Darren Maddy and Varun Chopra made light work of the task with sensible but positive batting in an unbroken partnership of 83 in 11 overs.
The Bears did lose Rikki Clarke at the end of the third over of their reply, while skipper Jim Troughton also departed before his team had reached 50.
However Chopra hit an unbeaten 49 from 48 balls, his fifth four of the contest proving enough to get Warwickshire over the finishing line. He found an able ally in Maddy, who cleared the rope twice in making 39 not out.
Unlike their opponents, Worcestershire struggled to get partnerships going in their innings despite managing 46 runs from the opening seven overs.
However, the innings stalled when Jeetan Patel and medium pacer Steffan Piolet shared three top-order wickets while rushing through eight overs for a miserly 36 runs.
Vikram Solanki, having hit three fours and a six in his 32, instigated a succession of catches on the boundary edge when finding Keith Barker at long-on.
Only Daryl Mitchell was able to raise the tempo with 25 from 19 deliveries, including consecutive fours off Barker before the bowler had his revenge, trapping him leg-before.