Twenty20 Cup - Midlands/West/Wales Division
Somerset 131 (C R Woakes 4-21) v Warwickshire 132-5
Warwickshire beat Somerset by 5 wkts
Somerset are still searching for their first win in this year's Twenty20 Cup after going down to a five-wicket defeat at the hands of Warwickshire.
Chris Woakes claimed 4-21 as the home side, who had already been beaten by Northamptonshire and Glamorgan, collapsed from 78-0 to 131 all out.
Former England opener Marcus Trescothick made the most of being dropped on 13 to top score for the Sabres with 48 from 41 balls.
Opening partner Justin Langer contributed a 30-ball 39 but once the Australian was adjudged lbw trying to reverse sweep Ant Botha, the innings fell apart.
The Bears' spinner also got rid of James Hildreth thanks to a smart one-handed return catch before Chris Martin snared two wickets in one over, the second seeing the back of Trescothick courtesy of an excellent yorker.
Woakes went one better than his colleague, dismissing Peter Trego, Craig Kieswetter and Wes Durston in the 18th over to finish with impressive figures.
Warwickshire's reply got off to a steady start thanks to 31 off 20 balls from Neil Carter before the slipped to 57-3.
However, stand-in skipper Ian Westwood, who finished unbeaten on 35, came in to steady the ship, putting on 53 with Jim Troughton (33) for the fourth wicket.
After a slight wobble with the finishing line in sight it was left to Botha to come out and see the visitors home, a boundary off Ian Blackwell in the final over seeing them reach their target with two balls to spare.
The victory is Warwickshire's first of the season in the competition and also maintains their perfect record over Somerset in the Twenty20 format.