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Mason praises eight wicket Andrew after successful comeback from injury

Worcestershire bowling coach Matt Mason has stressed the importance of "looking after" all-rounder Gareth Andrew after his successful comeback from two injury-hit seasons. Andrew picked up eight wickets in the emphatic 125 run win over Kent in the LV County Championship clash at New Road with returns of 4-42 and 4-43 after taking the new ball. READ MORE

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Match Report: Worcestershire V Kent Day 4

WORCESTERSHIRE registered their first win of the season as they wrapped up an emphatic 125 run success over Kent before lunch on the final day of the LV County Championship encounter at New Road. Kent resumed at 51-3 in pursuit of a 266 target and were bowled out for 140 in 51 overs as Worcestershire followed up their impressive draw at promotion favourites Hampshire with another excellent performance. READ MORE

Rhodes hails "really professional performance" as Worcs register first win

Director of Cricket Steve Rhodes hailed "a really, really professional performance" as Worcestershire overcame Kent by 125 runs to register their first win of the season at New Road. Worcestershire collected 20 points from the LV County Championship Division Two fixture after bowling Kent out for 140 on the stroke of lunch on the final day. READ MORE

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Match Report: Worcestershire V Kent Day 3

Worcestershire wicket-keeper Ben Cox achieved his career best score as the home side set Kent a 266 victory target in the LV County Championship encounter at New Road. Cox hit a superb 89 off 121 balls with one six and 14 fours before he was last out with the total on 270. READ MORE

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Match Report: Worcestershire V Kent Day 3 - Lunch

England national selector James Whitaker was present at the start of the third day when Worcestershire resumed on 41-0 from 17 overs - a lead of 36. Matt Pardoe produced the first boundary of the morning when he off drove Doug Bollinger to the ropes. READ MORE

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Match Report: Worcestershire V Kent Day 2

Worcestershire picked up maximum bowling points for the second successive match after a impressive and disciplined performance on the second day of the LV County Championship match with Kent at New Road. Gareth Andrew (4-42) and Moeen Ali (3-43) returned the most successful figures as Kent were dismissed for 229 in 96.5 overs - a first innings lead of just five runs. READ MORE

RHODES HOPING "REALLY GOOD THINGS TO COME" FROM ALEXEI AFTER FLUENT KNOCK

Worcestershire Director of Cricket Steve Rhodes hopes Alexei Kervezee's fluent half century against Kent is "the start of really good things to come" after an evenly balanced opening day of the LV County Championship fixture at New Road. Kervezee top-scored for the home side with 54 - his first half century in the competition since September 2012 - as Worcestershire reached 224 all out and then reduced Kent to 39-2 by the close. READ MORE

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