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Nottinghamshire and Somerset remain unbeaten in Group B of the Royal London One-Day Cup after a tie at Trent Bridge.
Somerset enjoyed a winning start to their campaign in Group B of the Royal London Cup, while Glamorgan saw off Surrey.
Glamorgan secured the last quarter-final spot in the South Group, while Sussex's Luke Wright made a record 153 not out.
The inaugural Royal London One-Day Cup, county cricket's new 50-over competition, gets under way on Saturday.
Somerset fast bowler Steve Kirby has been forced to retire because of a shoulder injury.
Surrey boosted their NatWest T20 Blast qualification hopes with a narrow three-wicket win over South Group rivals Somerset.
Chris Read saw Division One leaders Notts to a one-wicket victory against Lancashire, while Somerset and Warks also won.
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