Only 33 overs were possible on the first day of the three-day friendly match between Glamorgan and Worcestershire at Abergavenny.
Play didn't get underway until 1:45pm due to rain and Glamorgan, who won the toss and elected to bat, were 129-5 before the rain returned to bring an early end to proceedings at 4:30pm.
The wickets were taken by David Lucas (2-35 off 7 overs), Richard Jones (2-39 off 11 overs) and Shaaiq Choudhry (1-16 off 6 overs), with Joe Leach (0-6 off 4 overs) and Tom Underhill (0-23 off 5 overs) the other bowlers used by Worcestershire.
On the second day at Abergavenny Glamorgan declared their first innings on 251-7 off 57 overs, with the wickets taken by David Lucas (3-60 off 12 overs), Richard Jones (2-56 off 14 overs), Shaaiq Choudhry (1-30 off 10 overs) and Chris Harwood (1-39 off 7 overs).
Worcestershire were reduced to 66-6 in their first innings as Matt Pardoe (3), Steve Leach (10), Tom Kohler-Cadmore (3), Choudhry (5), George Rhodes (0) and Tom Fell (39) all departed but an unbeaten seventh-wicket stand of 138 between Ollie Steele (68*) and Alex Milton (57*) took the visitors to 204-7 off 55 overs when the declaration came.
Leading by 47 runs Glamorgan then lost 4 wickets before the close as they ended on 82-4 off 18 overs, leading by 129 runs, with the wickets taken by Harwood (2-23 off 4 overs), Jones (1-30 off 4 overs) and Lucas (1-20 off 5 overs).
Worcestershire defeated Glamorgan by 6 wickets on the third and final day at Abergavenny.
Glamorgan were all out for 181 in their second innings off 49.4 overs, with the wickets taken by David Lucas (3-30 off 12 overs), Shaaiq Choudhry (3-36 off 11 overs), Chris Harwood (2-41 off 8 overs) and Richard Jones (1-36 off 10 overs).
Worcestershire required 229 runs to win off a minimum of 62 overs and thanks to Matt Pardoe (80), Tom Kohler-Cadmore (56) and Choudhry (45*) the visitors reached their target in 46 overs as they finished on 229-4.
Worcestershire Team: Matt Pardoe*, Steve Leach, Tom Fell, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Joe Leach (Day 1 only), Shaaiq Choudhry, George Rhodes, Ollie Steele+, Richard Jones, David Lucas, Tom Underhill.
Alex Milton and Chris Harwood came into the side on Day 2.