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Leatherdale appointed PCA chief

Jan 6, 2016: David Leatherdale, the former Worcestershire allrounder who has served the county as its chief executive for the last five years, is to succeed Angus Porter at the helm of the Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA)

ESPNcricinfo staff

County news

Ajmal's county stint in doubt

Feb 14, 2012: Saeed Ajaml's move back to Worcestershire this summer could be in doubt because of Pakistan's proposed tour of Sri Lanka. Ajmal had signed to play in the Flt20, which begins in June, but now may be unable to play because of international commitments.

ESPNcricinfo staff

County news

Leatherdale named Worcestershire CEO

Aug 13, 2010: David Leatherdale, the former Worcestershire allrounder, will takeover as the county's chief executive after Mark Newton announced he was stepping down from the position

ESPNcricinfo staff

The Wisden Cricketer - October 2007

The Championship - what's the score?

Sep 20, 2007: Paul Weaver goes in search of the truth about the County Championship

Allrounder takes up commercial position at Worcestershire

Leatherdale announces retirement

Dec 6, 2005: David Leatherdale has announced his retirement from Worcestershire to take up the post of commercial director for the club on a full time basis

ESPNcricinfo staff

Will have another season with Worcestershire

Leatherdale extends his contract

Aug 6, 2004: David Leatherdale, Worcestershire's veteran allrounder, has extended his one-day contract for another year

Wisden Cricinfo staff

David Leatherdale awarded a benefit year in 2003

Jun 26, 2002: Worcestershire County Cricket Club have awarded David Leatherdale a Benefit Year in 2003 following a long and distinguished career with the Club he first played for in 1988

Worcestershire CCC

NUL tables take shape after fresh round of games

Jun 16, 2002: The Norwich Union League tables are beginning to take shape after another round of exciting games has reached a conclusion

George Dobell

Heroic last-wicket stand sees Warwickshire to victory

May 7, 2001: Charlie Dagnall and Mohamed Sheikh took Warwickshire into the Benson and Hedges Cup quarter-finals with a dramatic last-wicket partnership of 37 in 13 overs against local rivals Worcestershire

Roy Bradley

Leatherdale's effort revives Worcestershire

Apr 21, 2001: Thanks to David Leatherdale, who fell seven short of what would have been a well-deserved century, Worcestershire recovered strongly enough from their afternoon's collapse to declare at 301 for eight, having got their third batting point

DJ Rutnagur

Worcestershire hopes fade following heavy rain

Sep 14, 2000: Heavy rain poured more misery on Worcestershire, who were clinging to a faint hope that they might still snatch promotion after a dismal first day against Northamptonshire at New Road

Mike Beddow
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