Worcestershire eased into serious contention after going into their 19-day Twenty20 Cup break with a comfy 29-run win over Glamorgan in Cardiff.
Worcestershire's 164-6 was inspired by Vikram Solanki who got his men off to a flier with a quickfire 34 off 32 balls.
But their best work was done in a 78-run third-wicket stand between Stephen Moore, top scorer with 42, and Moeen Ali, who hit 41, his Twenty20 best.
Gareth Andrew then took 3-19 as Glamorgan were bowled out for 135.
Worcestershire now go into the break on eight points after three victories in four nights against Gloucestershire, Somerset and now Glamorgan too.