Sussex ignited their home T20 programme tonight – and remained in the hunt for a quarter-final spot.

The vaunted Sharks attack bowled out Glamorgan for just 88 after setting 186-5.

They took all ten Glamorgan wickets for 38 on a sensational night at Hove, crowned by a Tymal Mills hat-trick, after the visitors had reached 50 for no loss off just 26 balls.

Rashid Khan took the customary wicket in his first over – opener Craig Meschede for 26 - and turned the game with a spell of 3-9.

Jofra Archer claimed the key wicket of Colin Ingram for just one as he was caught by Harry Finch at mid-off.

And both Finch and Laurie Evans took stunning catches as Sussex secured their first home win of the Vitality Blast season.

Mills added the exclamation mark by bowling Andrew Salter, inducing an edge from Timm van der Gugten and then blasting out Michael Hogan with successive deliveries.

Success at Gloucestershire on Thursday and at home to Midllesex on Friday would secure a top-four finish.

Aneurin Donald top-scored for Glamorgan with 27 at the top of the innings but fell victim to Finch’s brilliant catch running in from the cover boundary.

Rashid Khan bagged two wickets in his third over and Chris Jordan had a similar double strike.

For Sussex, Evans made 63 not from 47 balls, Michael Burgess 39 from 26 and, at the death, Archer 22 from six in an innings which gathered pace from an unpromising beginning.

They were 94-4 off 13 overs but took 92 off the last seven as Evans and Burgess scored all around the wicket.

Archer sent two sixes back over Hogan as he plundered 19 from the final over.