Rain ruins Cardiff clash
Glamorgan and Warwickshire had to settle for a point each after their floodlit Twenty20 Cup clash at Cardiff was abandoned because of rain.
Only three overs were possible of the Glamorgan innings after Warwickshire won the toss.
The home side had reached 19 for one when the players were forced from the field at 7.20pm because of a heavy shower.
The only incident of note had come from the final ball of the second over when Michael Powe was caught behind off James Anyon.
When the rain stopped briefly the umpires - Graham Burgess and Richard Kettleborough - prepared everyone for a six-over contest under the Duckworth-Lewis method.
But just as the ground staff were mopping up, another heavy shower descended on Sophia Gardens and the umpires abandoned the game at 9pm.
It leaves Glamorgan with seven points from their five games and Warwickshire five points from five in the Mid/West/Wales Division.