Nottinghamshire 323 (Hameed 103, Slater 86) beat Warwickshire 237 (Yates 103, James 5-48, Patterson-White 3-46) by 86 runs
Haseeb Hameed's maiden List A century lifted Nottinghamshire to an 86-run Royal London Cup victory over a seriously depleted Warwickshire side at Edgbaston.
Against a home attack missing ten senior bowlers through injury and Hundred calls, Hameed stroked 103 (92 balls) which, along with Ben Slater's 86 (101 balls), lifted his side to a hefty 323 all out.
It means that Nottinghamshire open their RLC campaign with a commanding win while handing the home side a second defeat in two games.
Nottinghamshire were given a flying start by Slater and Sol Budinger (29, 22 balls) who added 54 in 43 balls before the latter lifted Yates to mid off. Peter Trego soon slashed Ryan Sidebottom to point but Slater and Hameed batted with assurance to add 127 in 21 overs. Slater was closing in on a ton when he pulled Ethan Brookes to deep square.
Matt Montgomery (35, 33 balls) helped Hameed add 66 in nine overs but after he was stumped off Jake Bethell, the innings lost momentum. Lyndon James was run out by Keil van vollenhoven's direct hit, Hameed's middle stump was knocked back by Will Rhodes and Liam Patterson-White lifted Ethan Brookes to fine leg.
When Rhodes had Evison and Dane Schadendorf caught from successive balls, and Brett Hutton shanked Manraj Johal to extra cover, seven wickets had fallen for 60 runs in 49 balls. It was a big-hearted fightback from the young home side but still a meaty total for Notts.
Warwickshire also began at a gallop. Yates and Ed Pollock added 62 in ten overs before the latter was caught by Slater at deep square leg off James. Slater pounced in the same position again to catch Rhodes (39, 47 balls) off Joey Evison, ending a dangerous second-wicket stand of 80 in 94 balls.
Paterson-White's concession of just six runs from his first three overs, which also included the wicket of Michael Burgess, cranked up the pressure. When Yates played on to Evison, Warwickshire needed nine an over off the last 17 - a task well beyond their inexperienced middle order despite Matt Lamb's enterprising 36-ball 38.