A Moeen Ali-inspired Worcestershire completed their innings victory over Yorkshire with minimal fuss to claim just a second Specsavers County Championship Divison One win of the season.
Yorkshire, resuming on day four at Scarborough on 140 for six, were bowled out for 170 inside the opening 40 minutes, with Moeen finishing with six for 49 in an innings-and-186-run win.
It capped off a stunning week for Moeen, who took two wickets in the first innings before hitting a brilliant 219 with the bat as the visitors amassed 572 for seven declared in reply to 216.
Hampshire also enjoyed a comfortable win as Kyle Abbott impressed in their 270-run success against Nottinghamshire at the Ageas Bowl.
Fast bowler Abbott took four for 36 as the hosts dismissed the last six Nottinghamshire players before lunch on the final day.
The South African, who claimed 60 wickets last season, had struggled with a ankle injury in the early stages of this campaign but appeared back to his best as he used the second new ball to his advantage.