Live updates from Yorkshire Bank 40 game between Gloucestershire and Glamorgan at Bristol
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- Glamorgan score 247-7 after deciding to bat first
- Gareth Rees top scores with 83 for Glamorgan
James Fuller finished unbeaten on seven with Payne on one.
Gloucestershire finish on 251-8 to win by two wickets with one ball remaining.
And Fuller hits behind square leg for four
One to win.
Payne hits it into the offside for a quick single.
David Payne is the new batsman.
Smith smashes the ball straight back to Hogan, who takes a good catch. Gloucestershire on 246-8. Three balls left, three results possible. Gloucestershire need two to win or one to tie.
Fuller takes a single down to mid-on. Two needed off last four balls.
Smith hits it into the leg side for a single.
Smith stretches to try and reach first ball and it is given as a wide.
Hogan to bowl the final over with Tom Smith on strike.
Fuller goes for big swing but doesn't catch it properly and it goes to deep square leg for two. Five needed off the last over.
Unbelievable. Roderick hits the ball straight in the air back to Wagg. Gloucestershire on 241-7 with seven balls left.
Roderick picks up another two with a drive to deep point.
Roderick hits one in the air on the leg side - but it is safe and he picks up two.
Another twist! Short ball by Wagg and Howell hits it straigh to Cooke at deep square leg to go for 23. Gloucestershire on 237-6 and need 11 off 10 balls.
Great shot by Howell, hitting a six straight down the ground - 11 off 11 needed.
Seventeen off the over from Jones. Gloucestershire need 17 off the last two overs.
Roderick joins in with a four down the ground - 19 needed off 14.
He follows up with an on-drive for four and all of a sudden Gloucestershire are back in the game with 24 needed off 16.
How Gloucestershire needed that. Howell has just launched the ball over the leg side boundary off Jones.
Six off Wagg's over. Gloucestershire need 34 off 18 balls.
Jones bowling really well now and goes for just three in 36th over. Gloucestershire need 40 off 24 balls.
Gloucestershire need 43 off the last five overs. Tense finish.
Hogan seemed to find an extra yard of pace from somewhere and it was too quick for Gidman, who was bowled for 28. 203-5.
Lovely drive through the covers by Gidman off Hogan brings up the 200 for Gloucestershire.
Six off the over. Gloucestershire need 49 off six overs.
Klinger tries to cut Jones but ball hits his off stump and he is bowled for 87. Gloucestershire on 199-4.
Klinger pulls Jones away for four on first ball of 34th over.
Gidman joins in as he hits one over the covers for four. Gloucestershire on 193-3 off 33 overs - 55 to win off seven overs.
Great counter-attacking play by Klinger who smashes the ball over mid-on for four.
Another good over with Jones going for just four as pressure begins to build. Gloucestershire require 65 off eight overs. Final powerplay is taken.
Good over by Hogan goes for just three. Gloucestershire require 69 to win off nine overs.
Gloucestershire on 176-3 off 30 overs. Klinger is on 73 and Gidman is on 16. They require a further 72 to win off ten overs.
Lovely shot down the ground from Alex Gidman off Jones in 30th over. 172-3.
Two balls after Dent's dismissal, Ian Cockbain is caught at point by Cosker for nought to give Jones a wicket. It is now 154-3.
Dent chipped the ball up to Michael Hogan running in from long-on off Dean Cosker to go for 26. Gloucestershire on 154-2 after 25 overs.
Dent and Klinger have now put on 51 for the second wicket. Gloucestershire 151-1.
Top edge by Dent flies over the boundary behind him for a maximum.
First ball by former England international Simon Jones is short and cut away to the third man boundary by Klinger. 140-1.
Gloucestershire on 123-1 off 20 overs. Almost halfway to their target at the halfway stage. Klinger on 52 and Dent on 12.
Klinger goes to another half-century with a single off Dean Cosker. 114-1.
After 15 overs, Gloucestershire are on 102-1with Klinger on 42 and Chris Dent on one. Another 146 to win off 25 overs.
After bringing up a century stand with Michael Klinger, Marshall is caught and bowled by Dean Cosker for 55. Gloucestershire on 100-1 in 15th over.
Klinger goes over the top off North. 94-0.
Marshall cracks his sixth four through the covers off Wagg to reach his half-century off 38 balls. Gloucestershire on 90-0 off 13 overs.
Marshall cuts the ball away off Wagg to find the boundary. Gloucestershire on 84-0 in the 13th over.
Glamorgan's length is improving, but Gloucestershire are still going well on 66-0 off ten overs. Marshall on 34 and Klinger on 30.
Another short ball, this time by Hogan, is hooked away by Klinger. Unbelievably poor bowling from Glamorgan.
Wagg drops the ball short again and Klinger pulls it behind square. Gloucestershire on 56-0 off seven overs.
Another pull for four by Marshall off Wagg brings up the half-century partnership in the seventh over.
Fine cut by Klinger goes through the vacant slip area for another boundary off Allenby. 42-0.
Mis-field by Rees on the leg side boundary sees Marshall's pull shot from Allenby cross the rope
Good start to Gloucestershire's chase as they move to 33-0 off five overs.
Marshall cuts the ball away from Wagg despite Dean Cosker's attempted stop at backward point.
Another cover drive by Klinger off Allenby reaches the boundary
Lovely drive by Klinger through the covers off an Allenby half-volley. 19-0.
Hamish Marshall hits the first boundary of Gloucestershire's innings as he clips Michael Hogan away down the leg side.
A two off the last ball from Wright means Glamorgan finish on 247-7.
Ben Wright hits Miles through the covers.
Chris Dent takes a good catch at mid-off after Rees skied the ball of Miles to depart for 83.
Last over to be bowled by Miles. Glamorgan on 239-6.
Just like London buses, another boundary quickly follows for Rees as he pulls the ball away
Rees hits first boundary since fifth over with a low drive down the ground.
Two overs left. Payne on to bowl.
Great response by Miles, who bowls Wagg for 19 with a yorker. Glamorgan on 226-6.
Wagg smashes ball straight down the ground off Miles.
Wagg lifts one over the covers off Miles for four.
Good over by Fuller goes for five. Glamorgan on 211-5 with three overs left.
Graham Wagg comes down the pitch and hits a low drive straight down the ground off Smith. Glamorgan on 208-5 with four overs left.
Goodwin on the cut again, but this time he picked out Ian Cockbain at point to depart for an entertaining 49. Glamorgan on 199-5 in 35th over.
Another boundary for Goodwin as he slashes at a wide delivery off Fuller.
Goodwin brings up the half-century partnership with a wonderful cut off Smith.
Goodwin rocks back and smashes Smith for four to the mid-wicket boundary like a man in fine form.
Goodwin cuts Payne away for another four behind square.
Goodwin flicks the ball off his pads off Payne towards the fine leg boundary, moving Glamorgan onto 176-4 in 33rd over.
Goodwin repeats the dose, this sweeping towards the deep mid-wicket boundary.
Chris Dent is introduced into the attack and his first ball is swept for four by Goodwin.
Fuller is smashed down to cow corner by Goodwin.
Ten overs to go in Glamorgan's innings and they are on 152-4. Rees has been subdued but still going on 64 with Murray Goodwin on seven.
Missed stumping chance by Roderick after Rees charged down the wicket to Smith and missed the ball.
Howell has finished with 1-34 off his eight overs.
Big wicket for Gloucestershire. Allenby was looking in good form but hit Howell straight to Michael Klinger at deep wicket for 28. Glamorgan 140-4 in 27th over.
Next ball by Miles is pulled powerfully in front of square by Allenby
Miles returns and is straight away hooked for four by Allenby
Glamorgan have moved onto 123-3 off 25 overs. Game is nicely poised at the moment.
Jim Allenby edges delivery off Tom Smith but it runs down for four.
Rees brings up his half-century and Glamorgan's 100 with a single to point off Howell. The opening batsman has faced 62 balls and has hit five fours.
Glamorgan on 97-1 off 20 overs with Rees on 28 and new batsman Jim Allenby on one. Gloucestershire have come back well after a poor start.
North attempts to sweep Smith but top edges it and is caught by Benny Howell at deep square leg for seven. Glamorgan on 95-3 now.
Marcus North finds the boundary for the first time as he drives on the up against Fuller, who has been brought back into the attack.
Tom Smith has some success in his first over as Cooke is caught behind by Gareth Roderick when attempting to cut for 19. Glamorgan now on 83-2 with former Gloucestershire batsman Marcus North coming to the crease.
Glamorgan on 81-1 off 15 overs.
Cooke flicks the ball off his legs to find the boundary off Payne.
Ten overs gone now and Glamorgan are on 56-1 with Rees on 33 and Chris Cooke on two.
Breakthrough for Gloucestershire in ninth over. Wallace came down the wicket to Payne but skied the ball down Hamish Marshall's throat at deep square leg. Glamorgan now on 53-1.
Wallace flashes at wide delivery by Miles and the ball flies to the third man boundary.
Wallace joins in by hitting his first boundary off a Miles half volley.
Glamorgan going well on 33-0 off five overs but too much short stuff from Gloucestershire. Rees on 27 with Wallace on four.
This time Rees hooks Fuller in front of square with the same result.
Fuller is now hooked away by Rees behind square leg. The opening batsman is looking good.
A more convincing boundary on the next ball from Rees as he hooks a short delivery over the fine leg fielder who was up in the circle.
Inside edge by Rees off Craig Miles runs down for four.
Rees survives run out after hitting the ball to Ian Cockbain at point. After coming halfway down the wicket for a quick single, he was sent back by Mark Wallace and would have been out if Cockbain's throw had hit the stumps.
Gareth Rees brings up the first boundary with a drive behind point off the third ball by James Fuller.
Gloucestershire: Klinger, Marshall, Dent, Gidman, Cockbain, Howell, Roderick, Fuller, Smith, Payne, Miles.
Glamorgan: Rees, Wallace, Cooke, North, Allenby, Wright, Goodwin, Wagg, Cosker, Hogan, Jones.
Glamorgan are currently second in Group C with Gloucestershire fourth. Both have 13 points but Glamorgan have played a game less and have a better run rate. Gloucestershire only have one game remaining after today (against leaders Somerset) so must win to realistically keep their semi-final hopes alive.
Glamorgan have won the toss and have decided to bat first.
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