Jonathan Trott scored a half century to guide Warwickshire towards a comfortable Twenty20 Cup victory at Glamorgan.
The opener followed up his unbeaten 53 against Worcestershire on Friday with 54 in the six-wicket victory at the Swalec Stadium.
After putting Glamorgan into bat Warwickshire restricted the home side to 129 for eight on a slow Cardiff pitch.
And Warwickshire made relatively light work of their reply with Trott - whose 50-ball innings contained three fours and a six - sharing in a 71-run partnership with Ian Bell (42) for the third wicket in 11 overs.
Bell was caught behind off Jamie Dalrymple's first ball and Trott was run out after a neat bit of fielding from Powell, but Tim Ambrose and Westwood saw their side home in the last over.
In the end Warwickshire won with five balls to spare to condemn Glamorgan to their third Twenty20 defeat in four games.
For Glamorgan, skipper Jamie Dalrymple was the only batsman to offer any resistance on the benign surface.
The former Middlesex all-rounder reached his 50, out of 106 for four, from 51 balls with four fours and a six.
But in trying to push the score along Dalrymple holed out to long-on off Steffan Piolet.