Warwickshire beat Holland by 23 runs
Warwickshire were given a scare by a Dutch outfit which came within a whisker of pulling off a famous Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy victory.
Chasing a target of 238, Holland were poised on 205 for five with four overs left before the rot set in once Heath Streak removed Billy Stelling for a quickfire 45.
The Dutch eventually lost their last five wickets for just nine to lose by 23 runs as wickets tumbled late on.
Zimbabwe pace bowler Heath Streak was the Bears' hero with four wickets for 27 off ten overs after skipper Nick Knight had put the visitors in the driving seat with 108 before the weather intervened on Tuesday.
All-rounder Neil Carter also weighed in with four for 34 from nine overs as panic set in among the hosts late on.
Tim de Leede, Holland's most capped player, said: "It's a shame, we surpassed many people's expectations - Warwickshire are a great side and it would have been a massive win for us.
"We've only beaten an English county once before and that was Durham, this would have been different.
"We always seem to get one of the top sides. We can't see any cricket over here so, apart from Nick Knight and Heath Streak, we didn't know too much about them.
"We don't get many chances like this so matches of this stature are a very important part of our development and preparation for World Cup qualifying.
"It's a pity we only get to play these sides once or twice a season.
"There are only two or three grass wickets over here and we hardly get to practise but you have to cherish your chance and we made a game of it. It's just a shame it's our last C&G game ever."
With Holland resuming on 101 for four, Carter had Luuk van Troost caught behind for 12 with the score on 124 to bring out South African Stelling to join Daan van Bunge for the partnership which nearly turned the match.
The pair added 81 as former Leicestershire allrounder Stelling chalked up 45 in 38 balls before falling to Streak. Van Bunge eventually fell foul of the same bowler for 89 off 104 balls as he looked to pick up the pace.