YORKSHIRE are through to the Royal London Cup knockout stages following a remarkable come-from-behind win by four runs over Glamorgan in Cardiff.

The Vikings recovered from 132-7 to 230 all out, with Jonny Tattersall’s excellent 53 the main contribution.

Group B leaders Glamorgan then batted themselves into a hole, despite a 121 opening stand from Hamish Rutherford and Nick Selman.

With 20 overs remaining, they were 123-1 needing only 108 more with the game looking sewn up.

But their lack of intent opened the door for the Vikings, with superb George Hill taking three wickets in six balls. That target later became 24 off two overs and then 11 off the last.

And Matthew Waite defended it, with two wickets falling in the over and Andrew Salter failing to hit the last ball for six to win. They finished on 226-8.

Glamorgan’s lack of intent was down to them wanting to protect their net run-rate to ensure top spot in the group was claimed even with defeat.

Tattersall and Waite posted the county’s record partnership for the eighth wicket in List A matches against Glamorgan.

Tattersall hit only two boundaries in his 62-ball knock, while Waite’s 44 came off 42 in challenging conditions.

For the hosts, Joe Cooke claimed 3-40 including the wickets of Hill and Matthew Revis. Earlier, Salter bowled opener Harry Duke for 20.

Duke and Will Luxton both fell loosely while captain Gary Ballance saw the ball trickle back onto his stumps.

Glamorgan got ragged in the field as Tattersall and Waite set about the revival.

In reply, Glamorgan openers Hamish Rutherford and Nick Selman dug in against some tight bowling.

Selman edged a couple of boundaries to get things moving while Rutherford reached 50 off 76 balls.

Selman reached his 50 shortly afterwards, by which time the hosts were 117-0 just after halfway stage.

Yorkshire required their second revival in the game.

Coad bowled Rutherford for 58 and despite nine wickets still remaining, Glamorgan's lack of intent kept Yorkshire in the hunt.

And when Hill bowled Reingold and Kieran Carlson in the space of five balls, Yorkshire had put their foot in the door.

Selman then chipped Hill to mid-off and Revis forced Billy Root to play on as the score then fell to 197-5, with 34 needed off 22 balls.

By now, the game had turned dramatically into Yorkshire’s favour. Cooke was caught in the penultimate before Tom Cullen holed out to Waite in the last before Weighell was run out.

Salter then failed to clear the ropes with the last ball, with a win like few others secured for the Vikings.