Friends Provident Trophy - Group B
Warwickshire 271-9 (IR Bell 108, J Troughton 53) v Somerset 272-2 (C Kieswetter 138no Z de Bruyn 73no)
Somerset beat Warwickshire by 8 wickets
Ian Bell struck his second century in the space of five days during Warwickshire's eight-wicket defeat to Somerset at Edgbaston.
The Bears batsman followed up his recent LV County Championship century against the Cidermen with an elegant 108 on Sunday as he continues to press home his claims for an England recall.
However, Bell's heroics were eclipsed by Sabres gloveman Craig Kieswetter, who added an undefeated 138 to the 150 not out he scored when the two teams played out a high-scoring draw last week.
Kieswetter made his first one-day century against Gloucestershire last August and the South African's latest ton saw Somerset chase down the Bears target of 271-9 with four overs to spare.
After being put into bat, Bell and Jim Troughton (53) starred to help Warwickshire post a competitive total in their Friends Provident opener.
Pace pair Zander de Bruyn and Alfonso Thomas both took three wickets apiece for the visitors to help peg back the Bears from an earlier position of 123-2 .
During their run chase, Marcus Trescothick's quickfire 29 set a platform on which the Sabres looked to build, and despite Keith Barker picking up the wicket of James Hildreth for 20, de Bruyn and Kieswetter put on an unbroken 188-run stand in 29 overs.
De Bruyn's 73 not out from 85 balls completed a fine all-round performance while Kieswetter's majestic unbeaten 138 included 14 fours and three sixes.