Worcestershire Seconds were beaten in both of the T20 clashes with Durham Seconds at Stourbridge today.
In Game One Durham won by five wickets and in Game Two they came out on top by 55 runs.
The Seconds were put into bat and Tom Fell top-scored with 37 from just 20 balls with one six and six fours.
Opener and skipper George Rhodes made a quickfire 20 off 11 balls with four boundaries and fellow opener Zen Malik made 26.
But the County were undone by former Yorkshire slow left armer Gurman Randhawa who removed three of the top four batsmen and finished with 4-20 from his four overs.
When Durham launched their reply, a second wicket stand of 65 between Gordon Muchall (28) and Stuart Poynter (65) put them on the path to victory.
Poynter eventually fell to spinner Ben Twohig after striking one six and seven fours in his 39 ball knock.
Twohig finished with 2-15 from his three overs but Durham reached their target with eight balls to spare.
Rhodes c Burnham b Whiteoak 20
Malik st Poynter b Randhawa 26
Coleman st Poynter b Randhawa 5
Fell c Sandhu b Randhawa 37
Hepburn c Poynter b Hickey 9
Milton b Harding 9
Westbury c Braithwaite b Randhawa 8
Twohig b Randhawa 0
Varley run out 5
Morris run out 10
Wilkinson not out 2
Total (all out) 140 in 19.2 overs
FOW: 29, 41, 79, 97, 109, 120, 121, 126, 137, 140
Harding c Rhodes b Hepburn 12
Muchall b Rhodes 28
Poynter b Twohig 65
Burnham c Coleman b Morris 24
Weighell b Twohig 1
Braithwaite not out 7
Randhawa not out 1
Total (for 5 wickets) 141 in 18.4 overs
FOW: 29, 94, 123, 134, 138
Worcestershire made two changes from Game One with George Rhodes and Alex Hepburn linking up with the first team squad for the Royal London One-Day Cup match with Yorkshire Vikings at Headingley tomorrow.
Tom Fell took over the captaincy of the side with Chris Russell and Dominic Badger coming into the side.
Durham opted to bat and Gordon Muchall struck 77 off 47 balls with three sixes and seven fours.
He shared in an opening stand of 81 in nine overs with Adam Hickey (42) and 71 for the second wicket with Stuart Poynter (27) as Durham totalled 198-4.
Spinner Ben Twohig picked up two wickets and ended with the excellent figures of 2-21 from four overs.
In reply, Worcestershire lost three quick wickets for 25 before Warwickshire batsman Freddie Coleman and Alex Milton added 54 for the fourth wicket in seven overs.
Coleman was fourth out for 46 off 34 balls with seven fours.
Milton eventually was dismissed for 42 off 31 balls with two sixes and two fours and the last six wickets went down for 11 runs.
Gurman Randhawa collected another four wickets and finished with 4-25 from four overs.
Hickey c Twohig b Wilkinson 42
Muchall c Badger b Russell 77
Poynter c Russell b Twohig 27
Burnham c Morris b Twohig 13
Weighell not out 18
Braithwaite not out 9
Total (for 4 wickets) 198
FOW: 81, 152, 170, 170
Westbury c Burnham b Whiteoak 14
Malik c Muchall b Sandhu 2
Coleman b Randhawa 46
Fell c and b Sandhu 1
Milton c Whiteoak b Randhawa 42
Twohig b Harding 23
Varley c Randhawa b Harding 1
Russell not out 2
Morris lbw Randhawa 0
Wilkinson st Poynter b Randhawa 0
Badger run out 0
Total (all out) 143 in 18.3 overs
FOW: 9, 23, 25, 79, 132, 134, 141, 142, 142, 143