THE experienced James Hildreth guided Somerset to a five-wicket win against Yorkshire in today's Royal London One Day Cup clash.

The start of the match at the Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton, was delayed by early morning rain.

When the game finally got underway after lunch, it was truncated to a 20-over bash.

Yorkshire took first knock and reached 158 for 5, with Matthew Revis smashing 58 not out from 41 balls.

Lewis Goldsworthy was the meanest of Somerset's bowlers, conceding just 17 runs from his four tight overs and claiming the wicket of Jonathan Tattersall for a golden duck.

Kasey Aldridge picked up two wickets, with Josh Davey and skipper Ben Green accounting for the other two batsmen to fall.

Steve Davies (16)and Sam Young (25) got Somerset's reply off to a brisk start, while James Rew hit a run-a-ball 20.

But it was Hildreth who made sure of the win with a brutal 61 not out from 34 balls, including four sixes and five fours, while Goldsworthy weighed in with a useful 21.

The win sees Somerset remain unbeaten and puts them two points clear at the top of their division.