Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

Choudhry Rings The Changes As Seconds Go Down By Six Wickets

Choudhry Rings The Changes As Seconds Go Down By Six Wickets

Worcestershire Seconds went down by six wickets to their Durham counterparts in a Second Eleven Championship match at Darlington.

The home were set a 340 target in 83 overs and won with 4.1 overs to spare.

Worcestershire resumed on 325-8 and extended their first innings total to 363 for the loss of nine wickets.

Opening bowler Josh Tongue had to retire after being struck on the helmet by a bouncer. He went to hospital for a check-up before returning to the ground but did not take the field during the Durham second innings.

Skipper Shaaiq Choudhry used 10 bowlers and returned the most successful figures of 3-68 from 19 overs.

But Durham batted consistently with opener Jack Burnham (116) and Phil Mustard (81) laying the foundations during a second wicket stand of 196 in 52 overs.

*The two sides will meet again tomorrow in a Second Eleven Trophy encounter at Chester Le Street.

Worcs 2nds – second inns continued

(overnight 325-8)

Tongue retired 25

Butler run out 9

Rashid not out 5

Extras 11

Total (for 9 wickets) 363

FOW continued: 363

Durham 2nds – second inns

Clark b Hill 9

Burnham lbw Choudhry 116

Mustard b Choudhry 81

Pringle b Choudhry 41

Poynter not out 37

Hickey not out 45

Extras 16

Total (for 4 wickets) 345

FOW: 11, 207, 261, 266


Tindale 10-3-30-0

Hill 9-2-46-1

Hepburn 5-1-11-0

Rhodes 7-1-31-0

Choudhry 19-3-68-3

Wade 11-0-60-0

D'Oliveira 9.5-1-50-0

Rashid 1-0-15-0

Kervezee 6-0-20-0

Kohler-Cadmore 1-0-2-0