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30th October 2014
When Jack Shantry walked out to bat on day three of Worcestershire's clash against Surrey last month, he could scarcely have imagined that the next two days would remain etched in his memory forever.
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23rd October 2014
Worcestershire’s promotion hero Jack Shantry has been handed a new three-year contract.
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18th October 2014
Daryl Mitchell has capped a brilliant season by signing a new four-year contract with Worcestershire, whom he led to LV= County Championship promotion and scored 1,334 runs in the process.
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8th October 2014
England and Worcestershire all-rounder Moeen Ali capped a memorable summer by being named professional player of the year at the 2014 Asian Cricket Awards, which were held at Lord’s on Tuesday evening.
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2nd October 2014
Adam Lyth has been crowned 2014 player of the year and his Yorkshire opening partner Alex Lees young player of the year at the PCA Awards, which were held on Wednesday night at Old Billingsgate is association with the ECB.
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30th September 2014
The final Podcast of the season features the winners and losers at the end of the LV= County Championship campaign, including Hampshire captain Jimmy Adams after his side sealed promotion from Division Two.
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25th September 2014
Graham Napier spearheaded Essex to their expected victory by a margin of an innings and 92 runs against Worcestershire but it was not enough to win promotion to LV= County Championship Division One.
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24th September 2014
Jesse Ryder had another day to remember as Essex moved into a commanding position against Worcestershire in their search for promotion in the LV= County Championship.
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23rd September 2014
Nick Browne hit an unbeaten 106 to put Essex into a commanding position after Jesse Ryder helped to skittle Division Two leaders Worcestershire for 84 on the opening day of their LV= County Championship encounter.
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22nd September 2014
England and Worcestershire all-rounder Moeen Ali has been voted professional sportsman of the year as part of the annual Birmingham Sports Awards in recognition of his achievements during 2014.