England’s Moeen Ali scored an unbeaten century on day four as Worcestershire drew with Gloucestershire at Bristol.
Resuming on 217-6, 186 runs ahead, the hosts declared on 382-7 after Chris Dent (138no) and Jack Taylor made tons.
Needing 352 to win from 63 overs, the visitors lost Brett D’Oliveira and Daryl Mitchell to Liam Norwell and were 49-3 when Josh Shaw bowled Joe Clarke.
But Moeen (136no) calmed any fears of defeat, leaving both sides still waiting for a first victory of 2016.
Moeen’s day did not begin as well as it ended – with the ball, his first over of the final day was hit for 21 runs by Dent and Taylor, who was eventually out for 105 off 103 balls.
The 28-year-old all-rounder finished with figures of 0-49 from eight overs, but he made an impact with the bat to secure Worcestershire’s second draw of the season.