NatWest Pro40 - Division One
Gloucestershire Gladiators 270-9 Innings Complete (C M Spearman 71, A P R Gidman 63) v Worcestershire Royals 271-4 (S M Davies 84, M M Ali 72)
Worcestershire beat Gloucestershire by 6 wkts
After a season which has seen their New Road ground flooded twice, Worcestershire have ended their season on an uplifting note after taking the NatWest Pro40 title.
They clinched the success - earning their first trophy in some 13 years - after scoring a six-wicket victory against Gloucestershire.
The result places the county four points ahead of second-placed Hampshire in the Division One table with one game in hand.
With the hosts setting them a target of 271 in the day-night game at Bristol, Worcestershire reached their total for the loss of four wickets - Steve Davies top-scoring with an innings of 84.
Davies and Moeen Ali put on 151 for the first wicket in 15 overs before the latter was bowled by Mark Hardinges having made 72.
Having reached his 50 with 10 boundaries, Davies then upped his pace before a mistimed cover drive saw him depart.
Worcestershire still needed 84 and with Graeme Hick leading the way, not even a 15-minute delay due to a floodlight failure could halt them.
The were still one or two hiccups, however, with Hick losing his off-stump having made 34 and Abdul Razzaq then being caught behind for a single.
However, Stephen Moore hit the winning two runs with 11 balls to spare.
Looking to avoid falling into a relegation play-off, Gloucestershire had earlier made a strong start to their innings before Kadeer Ali (31) and Hamish Marshall (30) departed in quick succession.
Alex Gidman and Craig Spearman then put on 115 runs for the third wicket, with the former surviving an attempted stumping before falling in a similar manner off Ray Price having made 63.
Spearman made 71 before being run out, but Gloucestershire ran out of steam rather at the end of their innings, with the final six wickets being lost for just 49 runs.