Friends Provident Trophy - South/West Division
Glamorgan 135-9 Innings Complete v Worcestershire 139-3 (V S Solanki 69)
Worcestershire beat Glamorgan by 7 wkts
The Worcestershire Royals kept up their hopes of reaching the Friends Provident Trophy quarter-finals after Steve Magoffin and Vikram Solanki helped to guide them to victory over Glamorgan Dragons at Swansea.
Magoffin claimed figures of 3-19 off seven overs to restrict Glamorgan to 135-9 in a match reduced to 31 overs per side due to morning rain.
Solanki then guided the Royals towards victory with a knock of with 69 off 71 balls, the Royals winning with 17 balls to spare.
Worcestershire must now beat Gloucestershire at New Road on Wednesday to ensure they reach the last eight.
Batting first, Glamorgan's were one wicket down after just four balls when Matthew Wood went for a duck having played Magoffin onto his stumps.
The latter had dismissed David Hemp two overs later, with Michael Powell and Tom Maynard also walking in the space of two subsequent overs to leave Glamorgan on 18-4.
On his first return to Wales since signing for Worcestershire, Simon Jones struck in his fourth over to have Ben Wright caught behind.
Jamie Dalrymple and Mark Wallace added 30 for the sixth wicket before the Glamorgan wicketkeeper was bowled by Gareth Andrew.
Glamorgan's collapse then continued as they lost Dalrymple and Ryan Watkins in consecutive balls to slump to 95-8 before Alex Wharf and Dean Cosker added 25 runs at the end.
Solanki and Steve Davies put on 56 for Worcestershire's opening wicket before the wicketkeeper was caught at midwicket off Watkins.
Moeen Ali was caught off slow left armer Dean Cosker three overs later, but Solanki kept up the momentum reaching his 50 in 48 balls with five fours and a six.
He eventually contributed 69 out of the Royals' total of 121-3 before being caught on the midwicket boundary.