Wycombe's Tom Banton scored a superb half-century to help Somerset win a Lord's final by beating Hampshire by six wickets to lift the One-Day Cup.

Somerset limited Hampshire to 244-8, then reached 245-4 with 39 balls left.

Openers Banton (69) and Azhar Ali (45) put on 112 before James Hildreth's unbeaten 72 sealed victory.

For Somerset, it was only the eighth trophy in their history, their first since winning the Twenty20 in 2005 and their first at Lord's since 2001.

Despite Banton's electric 69-ball innings, and two key early wickets from Josh Davey, the winner of the man-of-the-match award was Jamie Overton, who got two of his three wickets with top edges to long leg.

Somerset skipper Tom Abell said: "Taking early wickets was key for us as it slowed them down and full credit to our bowlers - it was a great effort to keep them to 244 on that wicket.

"We lost the toss in the semi and probably would have had a bowl first, then I lost the toss again today and would have had a bat first. But that's just the way it works out sometimes. We didn't read too much into it.

"We set out at the start of the season to win all three completions and this was just the first one that came along. But I guess it does break the shackles a bit."

Somerset paceman Overton said: "We've fallen short a few times over the last few years, so for us to win our first trophy in 14 years is an unbelievable feeling."

Hampshire stand-in skipper Sam Northeast praised Banton for his knock.

He said: "They bowled really well and put us under pressure straight away. We needed a good start and we didn't get one.

"But that was still a pretty impressive performance by Tom Banton for a youngster in his first Lord's final. He plays with no fear."