SUSSEX hat-trick star Tymal Mills wants to set up a big Twenty20 night at Hove.

The fast bowler took the final three wickets to fall as Sharks bowled out in-form Glamorgan for just 88 in the Vitality Blast last night.

They secured victory by 98 runs to keep hopes of reaching the quarter-finals alive.

A win at Gloucestershire tomorrow would set things up perfectly for the visit of Middlesex to the 1st Central County Ground on Friday night.

Last night’s show of strength was Sussex’s first win at home in the T20 this term and a crowd of nearly 6,000 lapped it up.

Mills told The Argus: “Our home form has been pretty poor so it was good to put on a show, score some runs, create a bit of atmosphere and a bit of theatre. The crowd were really good. I was having a good bit of fun on the boundary when I was down at fine leg. We had that intensity and I think it showed on the field.

“Hopefully now we get a good crowd on Friday night and they can cheer us home.”

Rashid Khan took 3-9 and turned the game after Glamorgan reached 50 for no loss off 26 balls. And there were super catches from Laurie Evans and Harry Finch to back up a 186-5 score in which Evans hit 63 and Michael Burgess 39.

Sussex pulled off the win under the guidance of Danny Briggs after skipper Luke Wright damaged his back in training.