A magnificent all-round performance from Tom Smith helped Lancashire to an eight-wicket Clydesdale Bank 40 victory over Glamorgan on Sunday.
Smith, who followed up figures of three for 49 with a fine half-century, was aided by Steven Croft's career-best 93 not out as the visitors chased down 212 with 16 balls to spare at Colwyn Bay.
It could have all been over far sooner for Glamorgan who had crashed to 29 for five, before Ben Wright (79) and Robert Croft (53 not out) helped them to a more respectable 211 for nine.
The hosts immediately found themselves under pressure when they lost their top five before any of them had reached double figures.
Mark Cosgrove was bowled by Smith first and Will Bragg lost his off stump to Sajid Mahmood.
Smith then trapped Tom Maynard lbw and James Allenby also went lbw playing across the line before David Brown holed out to deep midwicket.
Wright and stand-in captain Mark Wallace (38) set about shoring up the innings, putting on 80 runs between them in 15 overs.
But Keedy broke through Wallace's defences in the 25th over to reduce Glamorgan to 109 for six.
Wright, added a further 59 in 11 overs with Croft, reaching his half-century in 66 balls, before he was run out from a no-ball.
Croft was left to bat with the tail, striking two straight sixes on his way to an unbeaten 53 from 44 balls.
In reply Smith and Karl Brown putt on 74 in 11 overs for Lancashire's first wicket, Cosgrove catching Brown at cover off the bowling of Croft.
Smith was bowled for 61 by Dean Cosker to bring Steven Croft into the attack, where he took 19 off one over from Cosker, including two successive sixes, as Lancashire cruised to victory.