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15th July 2014
Teenage prospect Tom Kohler-Cadmore agonisingly missed a maiden first-class century as Division Two leaders Worcestershire moved closer to a second LV= County Championship win over Leicestershire in a month.
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14th July 2014
Greg Smith successfully re-traced past footsteps as Leicestershire continued to make life difficult for Worcestershire despite Saeed Ajmal's return of 4-66 for the LV= County Championship Division Two leaders.
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13th July 2014
Worcestershire captain Daryl Mitchell became the second player to reach 1,000 runs in the current LV= County Championship season before Leicestershire’s bowlers pegged the Division Two leaders back to 317 for nine.
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11th July 2014
A 29-ball half-century from acting captain Varun Chopra reignited Birmingham Bears' NatWest T20 Blast campaign in a five-wicket win over Worcestershire Rapids in front of a crowd of 12,500 at Edgbaston.
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10th July 2014
Chris Woakes returns to boost a Warwickshire Bears side aiming to get their NatWest T20 Blast campaign back on track against neighbours Worcestershire Rapids at Edgbaston on Friday night.
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9th July 2014
Carmen Bear will be aiming to make it back-to-back titles when she takes on her rivals from around the region in the 2014 Cure Leukaemia Mascot Race at Edgbaston on Friday.
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7th July 2014
Worcestershire have announced that a thanksgiving service in memory of Damian D'Oliveira will be held later this month.
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6th July 2014
Andrew Flintoff made his long-awaited return to county cricket at New Road but was hardly needed as Lancashire Lightning took charge of the NatWest T20 Blast North Group in a 50-run defeat of Worcestershire Rapids.
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5th July 2014
For Worcestershire Rapids opener Richard Oliver Sunday’s top-of-the-table NatWest T20 Blast clash with Lancashire Lightning could offer the chance to go head-to-head with a childhood hero.
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4th July 2014
North Group front-runners Worcestershire Rapids and top-four rivals Yorkshire Vikings suffered a NatWest T20 Blast washout for the second Friday in succession as rain set in at New Road from 5pm.