Worcestershire v Northamptonshire, Royal London Cup, Group New Road
Aug 2, 2015: Worcestershire Rapids allrounder Joe Leach took a hat-trick from the first three balls of the match but finished on the losing side as Northamptonshire Steelbacks edged home by 21 runs
Worcestershire v Hampshire, LV= Championship, Division One, New Road, 4th Day
Jul 9, 2015: Worcestershire made a big move in the LV= County Championship relegation struggle by completing an emphatic victory over Hampshire by an innings and 33 runs after 95 minutes on the fourth morning at New Road.
Notts v Worcestershire, LV= Championship, Division One, Trent Bridge, 3rd day
Jul 1, 2015: At Trent Bridge, where the white stands shone white hot, and the sky was parched blue, Nottinghamshire batted all day in defiance of the relegation gremlins that now cling around their season
Middlesex v Worcestershire, LV= County Championship Div One, Uxbridge, 1st day
Jun 21, 2015: It was a day when the honours, in the grand scheme of things, were too early to dish out. But Worcestershire enjoyed enough success at the beginning of the day to claim it.
Worcestershire v Somerset, LV= County Championship Div One, New Rd, 3rd day
May 5, 2015: Embarrassing though this was for Somerset, bowled out for just 90 and struggling to work out why they have lost all three of their matches so far, Worcestershire can only be encouraged.
Worcestershire v Yorkshire, New Road, 2nd day
Apr 13, 2015: Yorkshire's batsmen, led by skipper Alex Lees and Tim Bresnan, battled hard and successfully to all but match Worcestershire's very decent first-innings 311
Worcestershire v Surrey, New Road, 4th day
Sep 12, 2014: Whether from tension, disbelief or joy, some Worcestershire members gathered under the Graeme Hick pavilion on Friday afternoon had tears on their cheeks
Worcestershire v Surrey, New Road, 3rd day
Sep 11, 2014: They will call it "Shantry's Match" and men reading about it will think themselves accursed they were not there
Worcestershire v Surrey, New Road, 2nd day
Sep 10, 2014: This is both a cricket match and a poignant reunion. Four Surrey players once sported the pears sable on their shirts
Surrey v Worcestershire, The Oval, 3rd day
Jun 3, 2014: England would love a left-arm quick like Mitchell Johnson. Jack Shantry is not one, but his own, rather unqiue, style of left-arm seam put Worcestershire into a position of overwhelming dominance at The Oval
Worcestershire v Northants, New Road, 1st day
Sep 24, 2013: Northamptonshire's bowlers did their job as the county aim to secure promotion, but the batsmen still have work to do
Worcestershire v Kent, New Road, 4th day
Aug 5, 2013: Worcestershire's Tom Fell cruelly missed out on a maiden first-class century as the rain-wrecked Division Two fixture with Kent squelched to a draw at New Road
Worcestershire v Glamorgan, New Road, 3rd day
Jun 22, 2013: Worcestershire edged closer to their third County Championship win of the season as Glamorgan continued to take a pounding at New Road.
Worcestershire v Essex, New Road, 3rd day
May 30, 2013: In-form Essex opener Tom Westley held off Jack Shantry-inspired Worcestershire for four hours
Netherlands v Worcs, CB40 Group A, The Hague
Jun 8, 2012: Worcestershire produced a stunning bowling performance to condemn Group A leaders Netherlands to only their second CB40 defeat of the campaign courtesy of a nine-wicket victory at The Hague.
Yorkshire v Worcestershire, Scarborough, 3rd day
Jul 13, 2011: Yorkshire remain well placed to earn an County Championship double over fellow strugglers Worcestershire although the hosts made heavy weather of their task on the third day at Scarborough
Worcestershire v Warwickshire, Friends Life t20, New Road
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 Unicorns, CB 40, Worcester
Aug 29, 2010: Worcestershire wrapped up a five-wicket win at home to Unicorns despite a fighting 91 from Josh Knappett
Worcestershire v Derbyshire, Friends Provident t20, Worcester
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
Leicestershire v Worcestershire, Leicester, 2nd day
May 5, 2010: A battling innings of 74 from veteran Paul Nixon was not enough to prevent Worcestershire taking command of their County Championship Division Two game against Leicestershire at Grace Road
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