|Royal London One-Day Cup, Headingley|
|Warwickshire 283-6 (50 overs): Trott 118, Evans 48|
|Yorkshire 167 (37.4/49 overs): Head 53; Javid 4-42|
|Warwickshire won by 114 runs (D/L method)|
Jonathan Trott’s century helped Warwickshire secure a spot in the One-Day Cup quarter-finals by beating Yorkshire, who also advanced to the last eight despite the result.
Trott hit 118 from 135 balls as the visitors made 283-6 from 50 overs.
A brief rain delay reduced the target to 282 from 49 overs, but Yorkshire never looked like reaching the total.
Ateeq Javid took 4-42 as the hosts were all out for 167, with Travis Head (53) the only batsman to make 50.
Trott’s century, the former England batsman’s second in four One-Day Cup innings this season, took him to 288 runs in the competition to add to his 826 runs in first-class cricket.
Laurie Evans also contributed with the bat, adding 48 from 30 deliveries, while spinner Jeetan Patel claimed 3-34 as Warwickshire finished second in the North Group to earn a home quarter-final.
Yorkshire, leaders at the start of the day, dropped to third after losing their second One-Day Cup game in two days and face an away trip in the last eight.