SOMERSET needed only two of the scheduled three days to defeat Cardiff MCCU by nine wickets at Taunton Vale CC.
Somerset began the day on 195-7 and added a further 30 runs to establish a first-innings lead of 122.
The students slumped to 66-6 in their second innings, before an unbeaten 52 from Adam Miles, which included nine fours, ensured Somerset would have to bat again.
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Lewis Gregory also bowled impressively to take 2-14 off 13 overs.
Somerset were left requiring 18 to win and they got the runs for the loss of James Regan, who gave a return catch to Matthew Hobden to depart for eight in the third over.
Somerset are back in action on Sunday when they start their YB40 campaign against the Unicorns at Taunton.