• BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c †Cox b Leach
    9
    38
    36
    0
    0
    25.00
    b Leach
    9
    54
    35
    1
    0
    25.71
    lbw b Saeed Ajmal
    53
    148
    132
    7
    0
    40.15
    c Ali b Shantry
    41
    129
    93
    5
    0
    44.08
    b Morris
    47
    102
    102
    5
    0
    46.07
    c Mitchell b Saeed Ajmal
    25
    38
    32
    3
    0
    78.12
    lbw b Ali
    24
    50
    45
    3
    0
    53.33
    not out
    25
    74
    64
    2
    0
    39.06
    c Fell b Leach
    16
    43
    30
    3
    0
    53.33
    c Shantry b Leach
    2
    13
    10
    0
    0
    20.00
    c †Cox b Leach
    0
    9
    3
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    7 (lb 3, nb 4)
    TOTAL
    258 all out (96.4 Overs, RR: 2.66)
    Fall of wickets: 1-17 (DJ Bell-Drummond, 9.5 ov), 2-24 (RWT Key, 13.4 ov), 3-117 (BP Nash, 48.4 ov), 4-117 (SA Northeast, 49.3 ov), 5-145 (DI Stevens, 61.1 ov), 6-210 (SW Billings, 78.1 ov), 7-215 (BW Harmison, 80.3 ov), 8-249 (ME Claydon, 90.4 ov), 9-254 (RH Joseph, 94.4 ov), 10-258 (AEN Riley, 96.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    JD Shantry2083811.9001
    CAJ Morris1643912.4300
    J Leach12.413652.8400
    RA Whiteley201005.0000
    Saeed Ajmal3388022.4200
    MM Ali1305214.0001

Close of Play

  • Sun, 25 May - day 1 - Kent 1st innings 258
  • Mon, 26 May - day 2 - Worcestershire 1st innings 48/0 (DKH Mitchell 24*, MG Pardoe 20*, 14.1 ov)
  • Tue, 27 May - day 3 - Worcestershire 1st innings 67/0 (DKH Mitchell 33*, MG Pardoe 30*, 17 ov)
  • Wed, 28 May - day 4 - no play
  • Rain ruins another Kent festival

    At precisely one minute past three o'clock on Wednesday afternoon a game which had begun in the freshly-minted sunshine of Sunday morning was finally put to sleep.

  • Mitchell passes 700 Championship runs

    Patience is its own reward, goes the saying, and one rather needed to believe it on the third day at Tunbridge Wells. Daryl Mitchell has plenty of it and in-between the rain passed 700 Championship runs for the season

  • Clouds gather over Tunbridge Wells

    Jamie Clifford, Kent's chief executive, has said that "the immediate future of the Tunbridge Wells week does need to be sorted out very soon"

  • Northeast helps keep Ajmal quiet

    Sam Northeast is in danger of having a promising future behind him but made a smart half-century to keep Saeed Ajmal at bay as Kent put up a solid total on the opening day with Worcestershire