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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    and it was no surprise when he inserted County Wickets fell steadily through the morning session with Leicestershire going into lunch on 90 4 from 32 overs Aadil Ali 6 went caught at slip off Maurice Chambers Matt Boyce 19 was bowled by Griggs Lewis Hill 0 was bowled by Karl Penhale and Neil Pinner who was the only batsman to offer serious resistance was adjudged lbw to Penhale His 34 runs were made patiently from 81 balls Tom Wells 20 and Zak Chappell 3 were the unbeaten batsmen at lunchtime In the 8 th over after lunch Wells 25 was another lbw victim this time to Ben Sanderson Chappell 18 soon followed bowled by Chambers There was then a vital partnership of 39 between Eben Kurtz and trialist Conor Harvey Kurtz was in the supporting role playing a Brigadier Block like knock soaking up 46 balls in making five before being trapped lbw by Graeme White Harvey contributed 33 to the partnership and found another durable partner in Liam Hurt the pair taking County into tea on 191 7 from 68 overs Harvey on 48 and Hurt on 26 Hurt took three maximums off left arm spinner White From the first ball after tea Hurt 26 went lbw to White Harvey moved to an impressive 50 9x4 from 66 balls before Will Holmes 1 became the 5 th lbw victim of the innings being trapped in front by Penhale Wyatt joined Harvey and Wyatt 1 was adjudged caught in the slip cordon after a Stewards Inquiry by the Umpires Harvey was unbeaten on 59 with County being all out for 204 Northamptonshire had 28 overs to bat and were soon reeling on 11 3 First to go was Dan Housego 2 expertly caught low down at slip by Pinner

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    economical but the Red Rose ended in a position of strength after a disciplined display with the willow Naik said We were unfortunate to get bowled out for 207 yesterday We started off well today but we were always chasing the game from then on The sun was out which helped them I felt we stuck at our task well although we would have liked one or two more wickets down But we ll come back strong in the morning I got a long spell and beat the bat a bit but that sort of thing happens in cricket The turn will increase so we need to bat well get a lead and hopefully I can bowl on that second dig Brown and Horton 54 104b navigated some tight bowling during the morning session with Naik and new ball partners Atif Sheikh 13 4 32 0 and Raine bowling five successive maidens between the end of the fourth over and the start of the tenth But the openers capitalised after getting in and added 91 inside 32 overs before Andrea Agathangelou who scored a first day 54 continued to impress against his former club Agathangelou took a stunning one handed second slip catch head high diving to his right to help left arm seamer Rob Taylor 11 5 43 1 get rid of Horton in the final over before lunch The 27 year old right handed Brown who hit 14 fours and a six in 231 balls then shared in two more substantial partnerships with Lancashire s two former South Africa international batsmen Brown added 83 inside 25 overs with Alviro Petersen through the majority of the afternoon and 74 inside 20 either side of tea with Prince Naik had Petersen lbw for 46 65b as he shuffled across his

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    hat trick and Jarvis collected his 50 th LV CC wicket of the season Leicestershire wanted to make inroads in the late final session but although the floodlights were on they had now taken over from the natural light and the players were not able to return to the field Play is scheduled to start 90 minutes later on each day to aim to attract more spectators after work hours but those plans were affected by a 40 minute rain delay immediately after Mark Cosgrove had won the toss and elected to bat Umar Akmal was handed his Leicestershire first class debut earlier as overseas player Clint McKay was rested while Atif Sheikh also came into the team There was a nice moment for Angus Robson shortly after play got underway as he collected the three runs required to take Leicestershire to the 1 000 000 mark in their first class history from the third ball of the day Lancashire named two spinners in their XI but it was the seam of Bailey 20 2 69 4 Jarvis 14 0 73 2 and Faulkner 15 2 52 3 who did all of the damage Jarvis dismissed openers Niall O Brien 14 and Robson 23 caught behind by Alex Davies while Bailey had Ned Eckersley 2 caught by Paul Horton at first slip Akmal 13 held at the wicket and Cosgrove who made 26 on his 31 st birthday lbw Agathangelou who represented the Red Rose between 2011 and 2014 and Raine went to the break on two apiece with the score on 82 5 and the pair played well after the interval to fashion a recovery While Raine dropped anchor Agathangelou found the fence on ten occasions as he progressed to a 56 ball 50 his first for Leicestershire The

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    call off a shortened NatWest T20 Blast match before a positive result was possible so Leicestershire Foxes and Northants Steelbacks took a point apiece at Grace Road Foxes skipper Mark Cosgrove won a delayed toss but only seven balls were possible when the game started at 5 40pm before heavy rain arrived Umpires Jeff Evans and Nick Cook inspected at 7pm and when play resumed 20 minutes later in drizzle and increasing gloom the match had been reduced to 11 overs a side Richard Levi 17 and Josh Cobb 13 put together a partnership of 31 for the Steelbacks before Foxes left arm fast bowler Atif Sheikh 3 0 13 2 dismissed both with successive balls The openers hit towards deep mid wicket where Tom Wells took two excellent catches running across an outfield that had taken a lot of water and sliding to hold the ball on the full Alex Wakely 12 was bowled by Jigar Naik but Ben Duckett picked up the pace for the Steelbacks hitting two straight sixes in going to 39 off 23 balls Clint McKay produced a career best performance in the win at Nottinghamshire Outlaws last Friday and he followed that up with a last over maiden tonight which is amazing in any circumstances let alone a reduced game The overseas seamer bowled a series of slower balls of varying lengths the dangerous Shahid Afridi 11 not out of 8 balls and Duckett only managed to scramble a solitary bye as the Steelbacks ended on 98 3 from 11 overs The Foxes were set 101 to win after D L calculations and with the light worsening rapidly the team lost a wicket to the first ball of their innings as Ned Eckersley edged a Rory Kleinveldt delivery to Wakely at first slip Kevin

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    Hospitality 1879 Club Captain s Club Player Sponsorship 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 12th June 2015 Sayer shines but Seconds suffer setbacks Scorecard game 1 Scorecard game 2 REPORT Leicestershire Second XI suffered a brace of defeats in the latest round of T20 matches at Kidderminster Ollie Freckingham won the toss and elected to field in the first game and his charges suffered a three run defeat Worcestershire made 164 7 runs being shared by the Pears Alexei Kervezee 32 Joe Clarke 27 Alex Gidman 27 and Will Fraine 27 Spin proved the way forward for County as Rob Sayer 4 0 26 2 Neil Pinner 4 0 27 1 and Aadil Ali 2 0 10 2 applied the shackles Leicestershire got close after a stand of 77 for the second wicket by Lewis Hill 44 and Pinner 45 had the team on 97 1 in the 11 th over but Chris Russell 4 0 24 3 and Darrel Williams 4 0 24 2 dragged things back Hill skippered the team in the second match and the visitors made 161 2 thanks in large to an opening stand of 123 between trialist Jason Marshall 65 and Ali 61 That was part of a good day s work by Marshall who snapped up three good catches on the boundary over the course of the day Off spinner Sayer again excelled for Leicestershire this time snaring 3 19 from his allocation but Worcestershire got home off the first ball of the final over as George Rhodes guided his side home with 46 not out The Second XI now have four days of action at home next

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    Hill joined Ali and the pair added a breezy 45 before Hill 27 was out trying to reverse sweep Rhodes Ali s tremendous innings came to an end when he was stumped by Joe Clarke off Rhodes for 126 14x4 1x6 from 210 balls Tom Wells 2 went caught and bowled by Shaaiq Choudhry when quick runs were the order of the day Zak Chappell 2 was run out by Alexei Kervezee following which skipper Wells declared the innings on 278 6 leaving Worcestershire to get 381 to win in a minimum of 79 overs at a rate of 4 82 per over Worcestershire had 58 minutes to bat before lunch and negotiated 14 overs safely going in on 59 0 through Tom Kohler Cadmore 24 and Brett D Oliveira 30 Worcestershire were progressing nicely towards their target although Wells was juggling his bowlers around regularly The proceedings had moved on from day one whereby a film theme was evident with Hepburn around and were now featuring theme s of West End shows Freckingham had been bowling to D Oliveira conjuring up images of Hello Dolly and Oliver The pair brought the 100 partnership up from 134 deliveries Kohler Cadmore went to his 50 7x4 1x6 from 77 balls with the score on 101 from 23 4 overs D Oliveira soon afterwards notched up his 50 8x4 from 81 balls The game took a twist however when Kohler Cadmore 71 snicked one from Alex Wyatt that was taken expertly diving to his right by the ever alert Hill leaving Worcestershire on 137 1 after 35 3 overs A couple of overs later D Oliveira 60 was caught by Matt Pardoe at point from a rocket like shot off Chappell Worcestershire were now 139 2 from 38 1 overs Rhodes and Joe Clarke who had formed a strong alliance in the first innings took the score to 156 before Rhodes 11 holiday at the crease was ended when he was bowled by a full express delivery from Liam Hurt who was charging in from the Railway End Joe Clarke 12 and Kervezee 7 took Worcestershire into tea on 172 3 from 46 overs Resuming after the interval Worcestershire needed 209 from a minimum of 33 overs The game then swung dramatically in Leicestershire s favour when Sykes was reintroduced to the attack With his first ball he got a Bulls Eye West End Show theme think about it when he beat Clarke 44 with a flighted delivery and Hill whipped off the bails with the batsman out of his ground Worcestershire 218 4 Kervezee was still trying to chase down the target and Wells had five fielders on the boundary in an effort to keep him in check Choudhry 20 was next to go attempting to hook a short ball from Hurt Hill taking the catch above his head leaving Worcestershire 261 5 and County sniffing a victory Kervezee moved to his 50 3x4 from 63 balls with the score on

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    County s favour In the second over of his spell Corbett had Clarke 78 caught behind by Lewis Hill putting Worcestershire on 136 3 In the next over Wells was finally successful with an lbw appeal trapping the dangerous Alexei Kervezee 1 in front In the next over Corbett who was now steaming in from the Railway End had Rhodes 28 caught at first slip by Neil Pinner leaving Worcestershire on 139 5 Corbett now in the fourth over of his spell was right on track and sent Worcestershire off the rails when he pinned Shaaiq Choudhry 4 in front Worcestershire having a bit of a train crash disintegrating to 147 6 giving County a platform for a healthy first innings lead Ross Whiteley and Alex Hepburn took Worcestershire into lunch on 159 6 from 45 overs Corbett having impressive figures of 5 2 10 3 After lunch the wily Wells opened up with Wyatt and Chappell In his third over after lunch Wyatt operating from the Masonic Lodge End summoned up two wickets With the second ball of the over Whiteley 23 was caught on the deep mid wicket boundary by Hurt and with the fifth delivery Hepburn 5 was caught behind by Hill In the following over Chappell rattling in from the Railway End had Josh Tongue 1 expertly caught behind by Hill diving to his right Worcestershire having been somewhat comfortable at 136 2 were now 180 9 Last man Wade had his stumps rearranged by the second ball he received from Chappell but unfortunately it was a no ball Wade then proceeded to play a number of air shots going completely down the wrong line but somehow survived It was left to Hurt to remove Darrel Williams 18 confidently pouched by Hill behind the wicket thus becoming Hill s fourth victim of the innings Worcestershire all out for 203 102 runs in arrears Ali and Kurtz opened the innings for County and the two young prospects produced a partnership that blossomed flowered and harvested a glut of runs Ali who can force the pace readily when asked to do so played a solid rock like typical opener s innings whilst Kurtz showed an abundance of maturity and patience for a 19 year old Opening bowler Tongue received a lashing when being deposited for boundaries by Ali whilst in line with the railway theme Kurtz was finding and minding the gaps The pair took County safely into tea on 88 0 from 21 overs Ali 36 Kurtz 42 After tea Worcestershire skipper Choudhry kept rotating his bowlers but could not dislodge this durable duo The 100 partnership came up from 139 balls Kurtz was first to his 50 7x4 from 70 balls with the score on 104 0 from 29 1 overs Aadil Ali brought up his 50 7x4 from 85 balls with the score on 117 0 from 33 3 overs The 150 partnership came up from 216 balls Worcestershire finally broke the partnership after 42

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    the runs with nine fours and a three He took a particular liking to Josh Tongue and was in no way tongue tied depositing the seamer for six fours from his first eight balls Pardoe s cameo came to an end when he had reached 48 22 balls going lbw to Ross Whiteley The first wicket went down with the score on 59 Neil Pinner joined Kurtz and had made 10 when he was caught at short cover by Alex Kervezee off Alex Hepburn Kurtz was playing a very solid and watchful innings showing great maturity and patience as he built his innings Lewis Hill 0 replaced Pinner but only lasted for 7 balls edging Hepburn behind to keeper Joe Clarke Wells joined Kurtz with the score on 71 3 from 12 4 overs The pair batted very sensibly and set about repairing the early damage Wells was firmly in three day mode and tailored his game to suit the occasion Kurtz 38 from 90 balls was looking very impressive when he offered a chance to mid off which Shaaiq Choudhry gleefully accepted off the bowling of Brett D Oliveira A very accomplished innings from Kurtz who was making his first appearance of the season due to a break in his studies at Durham University County were now on 126 4 and Aadil Ali joined Wells but he was soon on his way bowled by D Oliveira without scoring Chappell joined Wells but did not have to face a ball before lunch Wells 32 from 67 balls was trapped lbw with the last ball of the final over before lunch County going in on 132 6 from 34 overs If the morning session belonged to Worcestershire Chappell and Sykes brought County right back into the game with a splendid partnership of 113 for the 7 th wicket Worcestershire opened up after lunch with an all spin attack of Choudhry and D Oliveira The pair rattled up 98 off the first 13 overs after lunch off of the spin attack Sykes hitting two maximums and Chappell one The 100 partnership came up after the pair had been together for 18 2 overs Chappell was first to his half century 7x4 1x6 from 55 balls with the score on 236 6 from 52 5 overs Chappell 52 went caught by George Rhodes off seamer Wade with the score on 245 Ollie Freckingham joined Sykes and looked on as Sykes went to his 50 6x4 2x6 from 79 balls with the score on 249 7 after 58 overs Freckingham was far from a dormant partner and contributed strongly with a run a ball 25 as the pair added 41 for the 8 th wicket Freckingham being caught at slip by Tom Kohler Cadmore off Hepburn George Corbett joined Sykes but almost immediately Sykes 66 was caught at square leg by D Oliveira off Hepburn Alex Wyatt joined Corbett with County still needing 13 runs to secure a fourth batting point Corbett ably supported

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