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10th April 2016
No play was possible on day one of the Specsavers County Championship Division Two clash between Worcestershire and Kent due to wet conditions.
Andy Wilson
9th April 2016
The first round of Specsavers County Championship fixtures start on Sunday, with three matches in Division One and three in Division Two. Here, ecb.co.uk takes a look at the team news.
ecb.co.uk News
8th April 2016
The first round of Specsavers County Championship fixtures start on Sunday, with three matches in Division One and three in Division Two. Here, ecb.co.uk looks ahead to some of the key battles.
ecb.co.uk News
7th April 2016
An exciting weekend’s sport sees the thrills of the Grand National at Aintree on Saturday followed by the start of the Specsavers County Championship on Sunday. Here, ecb.co.uk looks at the runners and riders for the latter.
ecb.co.uk News
7th April 2016
What can the overseas players offer their teams in the Specsavers County Championship this season? Inside we look at who is representing which counties in 2016.
ecb.co.uk News
6th April 2016
Worcestershire batsman Tom Fell has participated in his first net session at New Road since starting three cycles of chemotherapy in his bid to combat cancer.
Andy Wilson
2nd April 2016
In the lead up to the 2016 domestic season, ecb.co.uk is running a series of features with all 18 first-class counties. Worcestershire will have Tom Fell in their thoughts this term as he battles with testicular cancer.
David Clark
4th March 2016
Worcestershire batsman Tom Fell is targeting a return to cricket this summer despite suffering a setback in his battle with cancer.
David Clark
27th February 2016
With the 2016 county season fast approaching, ecb.co.uk picks a player from each of the first-class counties who could make a name for themselves during the upcoming campaign.
ecb.co.uk News
24th February 2016
Worcestershire batsman and former Gloucestershire captain Alex Gidman has retired from first-class cricket after a left index finger injury forced him to call it a day.