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New Road flooded again

Jan 14, 2008: New Road, Worcestershire's home ground, has been hit by another flood just as it was on the path to recovery after twice being underwater last season.

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Worcestershire begin New Road repair work

Aug 9, 2007: Worcestershire have begun the long process of renovating New Road after the ground was hit by two floods this summer

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Worcestershire hit by flooding

New Road ruled out for the season

Aug 3, 2007: Worcestershire have ruled out playing at New Road again this season after the ground was decimated by the recent flooding

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County view

Counting the cost

Jul 31, 2007: Although there is the best part of two months left in this season, 2007 will be remembered for the rain

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Misery at New Road forces switch

Worcestershire to play Sussex at Edgbaston

Jul 24, 2007: As floods continue to wreak havoc in the Midlands, another county has rallied to help Worcestershire restage one of their matches

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Misery at New Road

Worcestershire lose kit in floods

Jul 24, 2007: Not only has New Road flooded for a second time, making any more cricket there this season unlikely, large amounts of the players' kit has been damaged leaving them short of supplies

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Flooding at New Road

Worcestershire search for new venues

Jul 23, 2007: Following the second flood in a matter of weeks at New Road, Worcestershire have been in discussions with other counties and the ECB about finding new venues for their remaining home fixtures

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The Week That Was...July 16-22

Welsh spare ribs

Jul 22, 2007: Will Luke looks back at The Week That Was

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More torrential rain hits New Road

Worcestershire suffer second abandonment

Jul 20, 2007: For the second consecutive match torrential rain has forced Worcestershire to abandon a Championship game without a ball bowled

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County Championship fixture will not be switched

Worcestershire give New Road the go-ahead

Jul 16, 2007: Worcestershire have given the go-ahead for New Road to host their next Championship game, against Lancashire starting on Friday, in spite of the recent flooding that caused the complete abandonment of their last home fixture against Kent

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The Worcestershire flood saga

New Road match rescheduled by ECB

Jul 11, 2007: Kent have lodged a complaint with the ECB over Worcestershire's decision to stage their Championship match at New Road

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ECB promise review of New Road abandonment

Jul 10, 2007: Kent have lodged a complaint with the ECB over Worcestershire's decision to stage their Championship match at New Road

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Newton takes blame for New Road washout

Jul 8, 2007: Worcestershire chief executive Mark Newton has taken the blame for the opening day washout of their Championship match against Kent at New Road

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New Road prepares for Championship fixture

Jul 2, 2007: Worcestershire are preparing to host their scheduled County Championship match against Kent on July 8 at New Road

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Twenty20 matches switched to outgrounds

Flooding will cost Worcestershire £150,000

Jun 28, 2007: Worcestershire have announced that their Twenty20 matches against Northamptonshire on Friday (June 29) and Glamorgan on Thursday (July 5) have been switched following the flooding of New Road

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County unable to find alternative venues

Worcester flooded after rivers burst their banks

Jun 26, 2007: The County Ground at Worcester is underwater after unseasonal rains caused the Severn and Teme rivers to break their banks

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£10 million New Road plan approved

Worcester redevelopment gets the go ahead

Apr 27, 2007: Worcestershire have secured planning permission for the £10 million development of the County Ground

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October 2006

Sub lime to the ridiculous

Sep 22, 2006: After an act of God an act of human expedience threatens the end of the old Kent mode. Ivo Tennant on a financial dilemma not exclusive to Canterbury

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