FP Trophy (at Swansea): Worcestershire 139-3 beat Glamorgan 135-9 by seven wickets.
Steve Magoffin and Vikram Solanki helped to guide Worcestershire to an important victory over Glamorgan Dragons at Swansea to keep up their hopes of reaching the Friends Provident Trophy quarter-finals.
Magoffin produced a burst of three wickets for seven runs in 23 balls to restrict Glamorgan to 135 for nine in a match reduced to 31 overs per side due to morning rain.
Solanki then guided Worcestershire towards the winning line with 69 off 71 balls. Although he was out before the end the visitors won with 17 balls to spare.
Worcestershire, who sealed a third win, must now beat Gloucestershire at New Road on Wednesday to reachthe last eight.
Glamorgan's problems started as early as the fourth ball of the match when Matthew Wood went for a duck having chopped Magoffin on to his stumps. And Magoffin broke through again two overs later having David Hemp caught at second slip by Graeme Hick.
The misery continued for the home side as Michael Powell and Tom Maynard both had their defences breached in the space of two overs.
Powell was bowled through the gate by Magoffin and Kabir Ali claimed the wicket of Maynard to leave Glamorgan 18 for four.
Magoffin finished with figures of three for 19 from his seven-over spell.
On his first return to Wales since signing for Worcestershire, Simon Jones struck in his fourth over to have Ben Wright caught behind attempting to cut.
Dalrymple and Mark Wallace seemed to be getting Glamorgan out of trouble, adding 30 for the sixth wicket before the Glamorgan wicketkeeper was bowled by Gareth Andrew behind his legs.
Glamorgan proceeded to collapse even more, losing two wickets in consecutive balls as they slumped to 95 for eight.
Dalrymple was run out by Andrew three runs shy of a half-century before Ryan Watkins gave a return catch to Daryl Mitchell. Three overs from the end Ali bowled David Harrison before Alex Wharf and Dean Cosker added 25 runs at the end.
In reply Worcestershire were given a decent platform by Solanki and Steve Davies, who put on 56 for the opening wicket before the wicketkeeper pulled a Ryan Watkins long hop straight to Wright at midwicket.
Three overs later Moeen Ali was caught at cover off slow left armer Dean Cosker, who was exacting some turn and finished with impressive figures of 7-2-6-1.
Solanki kept up the momentum reaching his 50 in 48 balls with five fours and a six until he was caught for 69 out of 121 for three.