Sussex captain Luke Wright led by example at Sophia Gardens as his team gained their second win from two games with victory over Glamorgan to stay top of the South Group.

Wright's 88 from 53 balls was the highlight of an impressive team performance in an eight-wicket victory.

After scoring 173-4, with Colin Ingram top-scoring with an undefeated 81, the hosts were let down by some poor bowling as Wright and Laurie Evans shared a match-winning partnership of 123 in 12.4 overs.

Kent, too, continued their perfect start as they beat Somerset by eight wickets at Taunton.

The hosts, who have not beaten their opponents in the shortest format since 2011, posted 159-6 after losing the toss - James Hildreth top-scoring with 57 off 45 balls and Carlos Brathwaite claiming 4-21.

In reply, Kent made light work of their target, charging to a convincing win with 21 balls to spare.

Michael Klinger's assured half-century saw Gloucestershire resume their Twenty20 hoodoo over Middlesex with a comfortable six-wicket win at Uxbridge.

Last season's loss at Gatting Way was Gloucestershire's first in 12 T20 contests between the two sides.

Thanks to Klinger's 58, that result proved the exception rather than the turning of a tide.

For the hosts the only cause for cheer was a belligerent 33 in just 12 balls from James Fuller, back playing again after an 18-month injury absence.