Sussex Sharks captain Tymal Mills was left disappointed by his side's Vitality Blast defeat against Glamorgan in Cardiff on Sunday.

Having beaten Gloucestershire in their opener at Hove on Friday, Sussex saw the hosts post 183 for seven from their 20 overs, after Mills took four for 33 at Sophia Gardens.

And Sussex came up short on 158 for six, with James Coles hitting an unbeaten 69 off 49 balls.

Mills said: "It was pretty disappointing in all three facets of the game. Glamorgan out bowled, out fielded and out batted us.

"I think we were off it compared to the other night where our fielding was very good, our bowling was as good as it could have been in the conditions at Hove.

"We walked off chasing 183, the stats suggest that is still a chasable total, although it is still a bat first ground traditionally.

"We were confident in chasing it down and then we didn’t quite have the impetus. I don’t think we played the spin particularly well.

"Frustrating one, but early days in the competition."

Worthing's Mason Crane, who took 2 for 22 for Glamorgan, added: "It is great to get on the board. I think the other night [a 19-run loss to Surrey] we were not quite our best in the field and that probably cost us the game against a really good side.

"But we have put all that right and it is very pleasing that we put on the performance that we did. A clinical win.

"Sam Northeast [61 not out] showed all of his experience and he keeps telling me that he is 11th on the list of Blast run scorers and he showed why, he showed some class.

"We did really well to get up to that score and then defended it really well."