NatWest Pro40 - Division One
Nottinghamshire Outlaws 240-7 Innings Complete (A C Voges 68 no, W I Jefferson 53) v Somerset Sabres 241-7 (C Kieswetter 57, G P Swann 4-35)
Somerset beat Nottinghamshire by 3 wkts
Somerset ended Nottinghamshire's 100 per cent NatWest Pro40 Division One record with a thrilling three-wicket victory off the penultimate ball at Taunton.
Omari Banks struck the winning runs after Craig Kieswetter (57), Zander de Bruyn (44), James Hildreth (38) and Wes Durston (36) had chipped away at a target of 241.
Graeme Swann kept Notts in the match with an outstanding spell of 4-35 from eight overs, however he lacked support at the other end as Sabres snatched the initiative.
Adam Voges (68 not out) and Will Jefferson (53) top-scored in Notts' 240-7, but it was a savage last-over assault from Paul Franks (34no), which ensured a challenging total.
Franks hit Arul Suppiah, who had previously taken 2-9 from three overs, for 28 to set up a captivating contest.
Somerset looked in trouble at 177-5, despite Kieswetter's 85-ball knock and a breathtaking innings from Hildreth, whose runs came off only 22 deliveries with three sixes and three fours.
But Durston kept the hosts in touch with three sixes and a four and Suppiah also played his part with 18 before being run out in a mix-up with Banks.
Home supporters in a crowd of more than 3,000 cheered with relief as Banks hit the penultimate ball of the match to wide mid-on and scampered the two remaining runs.