Dean Elgar (96) and Stephen Cook (67) continued their fine form in England to help their sides to victories in the One Day Cup on Friday.
Elgar scored 96 off 100 balls to help Somerset post a mammoth total of 338-3, which resulted in them bundling Glamorgan out for 168 to claim a 170-run victory.
The Proteas Test opener once again proved his worth in the 50-over format, recording an 187-run partnership in 33 overs with his captain Jim Allenby, who top-scored with 144 not out.
Elgar lost his wicket just four runs from his second century in three matches, in a campaign which has seen him pass fifty in every match he’s played.
Allenby then teamed up with Hildreth (58 from 28 balls), who smashed six sixes and 11 fours, which saw Marchant de Lange (1-93) concede 50 runs in his final three overs.
Roelof van der Merwe, who played 13 ODIs for the Proteas, took 3-21 for Somerset.
Elsewhere, Cook top-scored for Durham, hitting 67 off 81 balls to help them to a five-wicket win against Leicestershire after the visitors were bundled out for 211.
Cobras batsman, Richard Levi, played a hand in Northamptonshire’s six-wicket win over Lancashire, which saw him score a 46-ball 63 (12 fours).
Dane Vilas scored a 47-ball 61 (eight fours, one six) and Ryan McLaren hit 79 off 94 balls for Lancashire as they posted 324-8.
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