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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    Advertising Events Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Match reports 23rd June 2015 Seconds set Warwickshire tough target Scorecard Leicestershire Second XI enjoyed another excellent day to remain in control of the Championship game against Warwickshire Second XI at Moseley County extended their overnight 414 4 to 483 6 before declaring Dan Redfern 132 and Michael Burgess 65 taking their fifth wicket stand to 105 Warwickshire were on the back foot from word go as experienced openers William Porterfield and Ian Westwood both fell without a run on the board lbw to Liam Hurt and caught behind by Burgess off Alex Wyatt respectively Number three batsman Sam Hain played nicely for 30 as he continued his comeback from injury but his was the top score in Warwickshire s total of 139 Wyatt 14 1 5 17 3 led the way Zak Chappell and Aadil Ali took two wickets apiece while Jack Hartley and George Corbett also collected a victim apiece along with Hurt Leicestershire looked for quick second innings runs rather than making their hosts follow on and Eben Kurtz 63 82

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    s 18 Leicestershire lost Angus Robson before stumps but Matthew Boyce 18 not out and Ned Eckersley 8 not out guided the team to 37 1 to leave the game evenly poised County showed three changes to the side that lost the last LV CC game at Lancashire as McKay Boyce and Tom Wells came in for Umar Akmal Atif Sheikh and Rob Taylor Young all rounder Wells was a late addition to the squad in place of James Sykes who was ruled out of the encounter through injury The Welsh County brought in Carter for a second debut after he rejoined the club on loan from Nottinghamshire that represented the only switch after an impressive LV CC win at Surrey last time out Glamorgan s batsmen found themselves on 23 5 in the home NatWest T20 Blast defeat to Sussex Sharks yesterday afternoon and were again in early trouble McKay marked his return by removing Rudolph through an edge to Niall O Brien and the captain then saw his side slip to 22 3 Rudolph s opening partner Will Bragg who had struck two boundaries in 17 was run out by Raine from cover point after responding to Wright s call Colin Ingram 0 then drove McKay low to Wells at cover Glamorgan were 56 4 when Wright played back to the off spin of Jigar Naik 15 6 48 1 and was lbw before Cooke and Craig Meschede stabilised their position moving to 39 and 22 respectively as the score progressed to 99 4 at lunch Leicestershire continued to make inroads in the afternoon session as although Cooke and Meschede extended their alliance to 59 the latter was lbw to Raine for 24 and Mark Wallace was bowled by McKay for 14 Wagg following his heroics at Guildford

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    five of which have been away from home They started by taking the priceless wickets of openers Chopra and Ian Bell in limiting the hosts to 33 2 in the powerplay Freckingham 3 0 16 1 collected a wicket with the fifth ball of his NatWest T20 Blast debut as Chopra 2 struck to Ned Eckersley at cover point in the third over Bell who struck three off side fours in moving to 19 off 13 balls was superbly held by Tom Wells at mid off from the bowling of McKay in the next over A stand of 80 developed inside ten overs between Ireland international Porterfield and Tim Ambrose who were rewarded for taking the time to play themselves in Porterfield hit three fours in the space of five deliveries and Ambrose also found the fence via an edge off the impressive Sykes as the Bears moved to 67 2 after ten overs A lofted stroke over mid wicket brought Porterfield the first maximum of the game in the 11 th and the left hander cut a Clint McKay 4 0 41 2 slower delivery to the backward point boundary in the next offering The Bears gathered 16 off the 13 th over from Wells 1 0 16 0 including a pulled four and uppercut six for Ambrose but the young all rounder then took a brilliantly judged catch running around at long off as Porterfield 40 off 27 fell to Sykes Naik 4 0 34 0 and Sykes 4 0 22 1 completed tidy spells as the Bears progressed to 120 3 with four overs to go Ambrose who struck a straight four in the slow left armer s last over then recorded a 46 ball 50 by slashing Raine for four over backward point in the 18 th There were three fours in the penultimate over but also a wicket as McKay removed the middle stump of Laurie Evans 13 15b Rikki Clarke 9 off 4 then drove Raine 4 0 27 1 to Umar Akmal at long off before Ambrose collected six off the last two balls to end on 66 not out from54 balls Eckersley and Cosgrove both hit a brace of boundaries in the first two overs and the skipper then powered a six over mid on as the Foxes started with intent Eckersley 16 10b clattered a straight four at the start of the fourth over from Recordo Gordon but the bowler got his man next ball as Oliver Hannon Dalby took the catch at mid on Cosgrove smashed Gordon for another couple of fours through the off side but a second wicket fell at the beginning of the fifth as Andrea Agathangelou 1 2 balls who was also brought into the side this evening looped a return catch to Hannon Dalby Two terrific off drives brought Cosgrove further fours as the Foxes motored to 65 2 off the powerplay and a tickle off Jeetan Patel 4 0 22 1 also ran away

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    Brand Exposure and Advertising Events Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Match reports 18th June 2015 Pinner in form for Seconds Scorecards Leicestershire Second XI were involved in a comfortable win and a close defeat in the two T20 games against Northamptonshire at Grace Road today Neil Pinner made 69 not out off 49 balls 50 came off 41 deliveries 4x4 and Aadil Ali Lewis Hill Rob Sayer and Zak Chappell all posted scores in the 20s as the Seconds put 172 3 on the board Wickets were shared as Northants ended on 130 9 opening bowlers Ollie Freckingham and Alex Wyatt claiming two apiece and Sayer Pinner Conor Harvey and Archie Ogden also got themselves on the scoresheet Ben Duckett hit 99 off just 54 balls as Northants racked up 192 6 in the second match Pinner and Ogden both claiming a brace of wickets apiece Left arm spinner Will Holmes 4 0 21 0 was the most economical bowler for Leicestershire The Seconds got close thanks to good knocks by Hill 44 off 26 balls Pinner 43 off 29 balls

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    to bowl on a pleasant evening and the team showed one change from last Friday s no result against Northants as Rob Taylor came in for Kevin O Brien international duty Ben Raine 4 0 32 2 bowled Tillakaratne Dilshan via an inside edge in the second over before Durston clattered five off side fours and two leg side sixes as the Falcons raced to 61 1 off the powerplay Chesney Hughes 20 22b struck a maximum over long on off Jigar Naik 4 0 31 1 but the spinner got revenge in his next over Wells took a wonderful diving catch running in from long off to end a stand that yielded 70 in seven overs A single off Wells 2 0 24 0 took Durston to a belligerent 28 ball 50 and the opener then hit a four that just evaded Sheikh at short fine leg and a six off his next two deliveries as the Falcons moved to 98 2 halfway through their innings Wayne Madsen made a useful 15 off 13 before departing in the 14th as he pulled the returning Sheikh 3 0 37 1 to Cosgrove at mid wicket who took a decent low catch Durston continued to throw caution to the wind striking two fours and a maximum off the final three legitimate deliveries of the over The Falcons moved to 149 3 with five overs to go as Scott Elstone drilled a six over long on in Naik s final over Raine then provided a much needed boost as Durston holed out to Umar Akmal at deep mid wicket McKay had Shiv Thakor 3 3b caught at the wicket as only four came off the 17th but just when it looked as though the Falcons wings had been clipped Alex Hughes struck two successive straight sixes in the antepenultimate over The parsimonious McKay went close to further wickets in the 19th over as the ball twice escaped the grasp of fielders before Alex Hughes 21 11b and Elstone 24 19b were run out in the last over Leicestershire had done well to keep the Falcons to under 200 but a chase of 9 5 an over from the outset was always going to be tough under the lights Cosgrove hit a clean six in the first over and Eckersley 8 8b drove forcefully over cover in the second but he fell to the first ball of the fourth after trying to glance Wayne White down to fine leg Tom Poynton taking the catch Raine struck a four and six over long on as he made 21 off 13 balls but Durston continued to tormented the Foxes by having the left handler stumped by Poynton in the eighth over The Foxes were 82 2 at the midway point as Cosgrove collected another couple of fours and a six but the skipper was then held at deep backward square by White off Alex Hughes White returned and conceded just three to leave a stiff

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    per over The weather forecast said there was a chance of a shower or two in the afternoon so an intriguing day s play was in prospect During the morning session Leicestershire completely dominated play and strangled out any life that was in the game Northamptonshire capitulated from 32 0 to 53 7 at lunch It took Northamptonshire 199 balls to record their 50 The biggest danger to County was coming from dark clouds that were assembling to the west of the ground as the players walked off for lunch Saib and Housego survived for 12 overs of the morning session before wickets began to fall at an alarming rate of knots First to go was Dan Housego 16 bowled by Tom Wells one of his stumps spiralling out of the ground Akhil Patel 1 soon followed in similar fashion as the impressive Conor Harvey who had replaced Wyatt at the Football Ground End again sent a stump airborne Harvey had opener Saib 14 caught by Zak Chappell at mid on in his next over Shortly afterwards Northants skipper David Murphy 3 became Harvey s 3 rd victim caught behind by Lewis Hill an excellent effort diving low to his right Grant Thornton then opened his account for the innings replacing Wells at the Pavilion End Thornton became the third bowler to remove a stump from its foundations when a full length ball demolished Khawaja s 4 furniture Thornton then removed Graeme White 0 who hit one straight to Eben Kurtz at short mid wicket to further improve the bowler s figures Left arm spinner Will Holmes got in on the act just before lunch when he had Matt Plater 4 caught at slip by Wells Northants went into lunch in tatters on 53 7 A great effort from the

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    of Division Two Prince completed a fourth century of the season during a frenetic opening session which saw Lancashire score 169 runs in 29 overs and lose their remaining wickets to advance their first innings from 314 4 to 483 all out The first five Lancashire wickets all shared in excess of 50 The veteran South African batsman added 30 to his overnight tally of 74 while off spinner Lilley s 59 off 41 balls marked his second successive fifty after one against Derbyshire at Southport last month While Prince is the country s leading Championship run scorer with 939 runs Jarvis is the highest wicket taker with 55 from nine matches after he picked up 5 44 from 15 4 overs as Leicestershire were dismissed for 119 in the second innings Naik who was unfortunate not to pick up more wickets yesterday collected deserved reward as he eclipsed the 7 96 snared at Surrey in 2010 The off spinner had Alex Davies 29 caught by Charlie Shreck at mid on James Faulkner 8 held at slip by Andrea Agathangelou and Prince stumped by Niall O Brien for 104 off 171 balls having brought up his century off 167 Naik went on to claim two wickets in two balls in the 123rd over as Tom Bailey 27 20b went the same way as Prince before Jarvis 0 was bowled by one that turned a long way A third stumping of the innings followed as Lilley s bright knock came to an end Lilley continued his good day by taking three wickets in 13 balls shortly before tea as Leicestershire faced with a first innings deficit of 276 slipped to 90 6 inside 32 overs The young spinner finished with 4 28 from 15 overs in support of paceman Jarvis Former

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    17 overs but the introduction of Liam Hurt at the Pavilion End swung the game in County s favour In his second over Hurt had White 45 superbly caught low down at second slip by Neil Pinner leaving Northants on 131 7 With the next ball Hurt tore through Sanderson s guard and the delivery broke one of the stumps as it was uprooted The end to the innings soon followed as Karl Penhale 1 went lbw to left arm spinner Will Holmes and Chambers 24 was caught by Wyatt at mid off from the bowling of Tom Wells Northants all out for 138 from 51 3 overs trailing Leicestershire by 66 runs County had eight overs to bat before lunch and the fourth ball of the last over of the session saw Aadil Ali 8 fall lbw to Sanderson Only four of the batsmen made it into double figures one of whom was Matt Boyce who made a patient 31 from 69 balls when he was adjudged lbw attempting to sweep White Boyce had been admirably supported by Pinner 75 who was to play a rock like role as the innings developed With Boyce gone County were on 61 2 with Pinner on 15 Lewis Hill 7 Wells 0 and Zak Chappell 0 all perished whilst Pinner stood firm Leicestershire in a bit of trouble on 89 5 Pinner at last found a partner who stuck around in Kurtz Pinner brought up a well deserved half century with the penultimate ball before tea It contained four boundaries and came from 104 balls with the score on 113 5 from 45 5 overs The duo went to the interval on 50 and 9 respectively with the hosts on 113 5 from 46 overs After tea the partnership blossomed and gave

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