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Worcestershire v Surrey, New Road, 2nd day

Worcestershire take points as Pietersen nets in rain

May 10, 2012: Kevin Pietersen, back from the glamour of IPL, managed a net in the rain, one over of off-spin and an excellent run out as Surrey's rain-hit Championship match at Worcester brought few thrills

George Dobell at New Road

Worcestershire v Lancashire, New Road, 1st day

Lancashire need to dig deep after collapse

Aug 31, 2011: Lancashire will have to find another measure of the will to win that has served them so well in their quest for the Championship

Worcestershire v Warwickshire, Friends Life t20, New Road

Worcestershire seal narrow win

Jul 8, 2011: Worcestershire moved into third place in the Friends Life t20 North Group after squeezing home by six runs in a tense, low-scoring battle with Midlands rivals Warwickshire at New Road

Worcestershire v Yorkshire, Friends Life t20, New Road

Shakib four sinks Yorkshire

Jun 26, 2011: Worcestershire retained their top-four place in the Friends Life t20 North Group and dealt a blow to Yorkshire's hopes of reaching the knockout stages with a 41-run victory at New Road

Middlesex v Worcestershire, CB40, Lord's

Malan and Rogers take Middlesex top

May 17, 2011: Middlesex moved to the top of the Clydesdale Bank 40 Group A table by cantering to a six-wicket victory against a youthful Worcestershire side at Lord's

Worcestershire v Derbyshire, CB40, New Road

Khawaja helps Derbyshire make it three in a row

May 8, 2011:

Worcestershire v Sussex, New Road, 4th day

Twin tons secure Worcestershire's promotion

Sep 16, 2010: Worcestershire will be playing Division One cricket next season after a remarkable last day run-chase snatched an unlikely promotion

George Dobell at New Road

Worcestershire v Surrey, New Road, 1st day

James Cameron scripts Worcestershire fightback

Aug 16, 2010:

George Dobell at New Road

Worcestershire v Northamptonshire, New Road, 2nd day

Worcestershire edge wicket-filled day

Jul 30, 2010: Worcestershire seamers Matt Mason and Alan Richardson dismissed Northamptonshire for their lowest County Championship total of the season as 17 wickets fell on the second day at New Road

Derbyshire v Worcestershire, County Championship Division Two, Derby, 1st day

Shakib shines on county debut

Jul 21, 2010: Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan moved into overdrive on his Worcestershire debut after opener David Wheeldon got stuck in the slow lane at Derby

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Worcestershire v Leicestershire, New Road, 2nd day

Mitchell and Cameron rescue Worcestershire

Jun 29, 2010: Acting captain Daryl Mitchell and newcomer James Cameron dragged Worcestershire out of a deep hole against Leicestershire in the County Championship at New Road

Worcestershire v Derbyshire, Friends Provident t20, Worcester

Jaques guides Worcester home

Jun 27, 2010: Worcestershire were winners on the field but losers at the turnstiles after choosing to go head-to-head with the football World Cup in their Friends Provident t20 clash with Derbyshire at New Road

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Worcestershire v Yorkshire, Friends Provident t20, Worcester

Yorkshire fall short in run-feast

Jun 5, 2010: Yorkshire have lost their opening two Friends Provident t20 matches after going down by 21 runs against Worcestershire at New Road

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Worcestershire v Surrey, Clydesdale Bank 40, New Road

Davies powers Surrey win

May 3, 2010: Steve Davies came back to haunt Worcestershire yet again as Surrey chalked up their second Clydesdale Bank 40 victory of the season by 30 runs under the Duckworth/Lewis method at New Roa

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County news

Worcestershire confirm Cameron signing

Jan 26, 2010: Worcestershire have signed James Cameron, an attacking left-hand batsman and medium pace bowler, on a two-year contract. A British passport holder, Cameron was born in Zimbabwe and was the contemporary of the likes of Brendan Taylor, Prosper Utseya and Se

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Pakistan v Zimbabwe, Super League

Pakistan power past Zimbabwe

Feb 23, 2004: Pakistan's captain Khalid Latif made 84 not out, and added an unbeaten 142 for the second wicket with Abid Ali, as Zimbabwe were over-run in their Super League fixture at Savar

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