Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019


Pathway Spinner Freddie Fallows produced a fine performance for Worcestershire’s Under-16 side to help seal a 261 run win over Oxfordshire-Sussex Academy in a two-day game at Dumbleton CC.

The slow left armer returned figures of 4.1-2-7-6 in the visitors second innings as they were dismissed for 65 in 23.1 overs.

Alexander Jordan (2-23) and Ben Clarke (2-9) were the other wicket-takers.

Fallows also impressed with the bat after Worcestershire opted to bat, scoring 57 in an opening stand of 98 with century-maker Reeve Evitts.

Evitts went onto make a fine 104 not out from 157 balls with 10 fours.

Oxfordshire-Sussex declared at 49-5 in their first innings and then Oliver Halion hit an unbeaten 44 and Tom Cash (38) before Worcestershire pulled out at 124-5 in their second innings.

The County were then involved in two 50 over matches against a Warwickshire Development X1 at Barnt Green and Glamorgan Under-19s at Newport.

Worcestershire totalled 229-9 against Warwickshire after winning the toss with Oliver Cox scoring 80 off 118 balls with eight boundaries.

Myles Holland (54) was his partner in a fourth wicket stand of 101.

Warwickshire reached their target in 41.4 overs with four players contributing 40s and Seb Smith (10-0-44-2) and Fallows (10-3-31-1) the most successful bowlers.

Glamorgan chose to bat first and totalled 293-3.

When Worcestershire replied, opener Oliver Halion scored 92 off 116 balls with seven fours.

Halion was ninth out as Worcestershire were dismissed for 202 in 49.1 overs. Rehan Edavaleth made 32 and Alexander Jordan (21) helped Halion add 56 for the ninth wicket.