Gloucestershire had their New Zealanders to thank for a 90-run defeat of the Netherlands in the Clydesdale Bank 40.
Rob Nicol's century helped the visitors pile up 290-6 in Amstelveen and, after rain intervened, the Netherlands were all out for 146 in pursuit of a revised target.
Kiwi fast bowler James Fuller did the damage, finishing with career-best figures of 6-35.
Nicol provided the early fireworks, belting seven sixes in his 113-ball 133 having shared an opening stand of 102 with compatriot Hamish Marshall (47).
And some lusty hitting from Fuller (40 from 24) and Alex Gidman ensured a huge total which Holland never seriously threatened.
Tom Cooper (51) aside, the home batsman were no match for the pace of Fuller, who finished the job with two wickets in three balls.