9th May 2016
Brett D'Oliveira made another piece of history for his famous family as Worcestershire took total control against Glamorgan in Specsavers County Championship Division Two.
8th May 2016
Brett D'Oliveira and Joe Clarke each scored unbeaten hundreds as Worcestershire took control of their Specsavers County Championship Division Two match against Glamorgan by reaching stumps on 343 for two.
5th May 2016
Former England and Worcestershire batsman Graeme Hick is the focus of our fourth Cult Hero feature. Get involved in the Cult Hero debate on Twitter, telling @CountyChamp what your favourite Hick moment is using the #CultHeroes hashtag.
4th May 2016
Worcestershire batsman Tom Kohler-Cadmore gave another demonstration of his potential with a superb unbeaten century in the drawn Specsavers County Championship clash with Division Two leaders Essex at New Road.
3rd May 2016
Worcestershire all-rounder Brett D'Oliveira scored his maiden hundred in the Specsavers County Championship - the third generation of his family to achieve the feat - on day three of the Division Two clash against leaders Essex at New Road.
2nd May 2016
Alastair Cook's prolific start to the summer continued as he hit his third Specsavers County Championship hundred of the campaign for Second Division leaders Essex, who dominated another weather-hit day against Worcestershire at New Road.
1st May 2016
Alastair Cook and Tom Westley continued their prolific form as Specsavers County Championship Division Two leaders Essex enjoyed another successful day despite being held up by the weather against Worcestershire at New Road.
30th April 2016
Worcestershire batsman Joe Clarke will be blogging exclusively for ecb.co.uk throughout the season. In the second instalment, he discusses taking on the Specsavers County Championship Division Two pace-setters, the merits of club cricket and making runs under pressure.
27th April 2016
Moeen Ali hit a 106-ball century to guide Worcestershire to a draw on the final day of the Specsavers County Championship match with Gloucestershire.