Phil Jaques blasted Worcestershire Royals to a six-wicket FP t20 success over Leicestershire Foxes in the final game of his stint with the county.
The Australian left-hander finished with 78 not out from 48 balls as the Royals overhauled a target of 172 with six deliveries to spare.
Jaques, who hit five fours and three sixes, broke the back of the run chase during a third-wicket stand of 94 with skipper Vikram Solanki, whose contribution was 51 off 40 balls.
The Foxes had earlier made 171-4 after being asked to bat at New Road.
Opener Brad Hodge led the way with 78 from 48 balls and Paul Nixon added some late impetus with 44 from just 16 deliveries.
Hodge's knock saw him become the second player, after fellow Australian David Hussey, to reach 3,000 runs in all Twenty20 cricket.
The result is enough to lift Worcestershire above Durham at the foot of the North Group standings and level on 11 points with Leicestershire and Northamptonshire.