- BATSMENRB4s6sSRb Renshaw363651100.00lbw b Francis9240037.50run out04000.00b Francis27672040.29c Kenway b Udal12272044.44run out17272062.96not out34521065.38run out19223086.36not out9121075.00Extras25 (b 2, lb 10, nb 2, w 11)TOTAL188/7 (45 Overs, RR: 4.17)Fall of wickets: 1-48, 2-48, 3-48, 4-77, 5-112, 6-126, 7-166
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Patel b Thompson4190021.05run out14580024.13b Thompson580062.50run out03000.00b Headley12260046.15b Headley31641148.43b Headley04000.00st †Marsh b Patel17252068.00run out3120025.00not out11141078.57lbw b Headley170014.28Extras8 (lb 4, w 4)TOTAL106 all out (40 Overs, RR: 2.65)Fall of wickets: 1-10, 2-20, 3-20, 4-28, 5-68, 6-68, 7-73, 8-92, 9-95, 10-106
- A.Clarkson taken ill.
Come the end of the Norwich Union League season, there was only one place to be and one thing to do
There cannot be many better places to see out a cricket season than Worcester with late summer sunshine bathing the ground and the bells ringing out from the cathedral
Warwickshire Bears beat Norwich Union champions Glamorgan Dragons by 74 runs Cardiff as the cricket season came to an end
Somerset Sabres gave a spirited display in their final NUL National League match of the season at the County Ground on Sunday to record their third successive victory when they beat Durham Dynamos by 175 runs
This Sunday has to be the saddest day of the year, when the last round of Norwich Union League matches brings the curtain down on the 2002 English season