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Warwickshire vs Worcester at Kidderminster
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I went to Kidderminster today. We finished on 222/4 with Newport on 79 no and Johnson on 75 no. Newport was solid. Johnson batted beautifully and played some delighful shots... Chopra failed.

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And the sun was shinning.
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I dont know if its on the Warwickshire web site yet but we bowled Worcester out for just over 100. Tom Milnes got the first three wickets and ended up with 4 as did Stefan Piolet. Callum Macleod got the other 2. They were bowled out just after lunch. Warwickshire struggled with 4 wickets down but a 5th partnership of over 130 has put us in a strong position.

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Day 2
.Warwickshire 2nd XI v Worcestershire 2nd XI Day 2
05/05/2010
At the close of the second day in the friendly at Kidderminster, Warwickshire had scored 398 in their first innings and Worcestershire were 101-3 at the close in their second innings, still trailing by 191 runs
Warwickshire lost nathan Newport in the second over of the morning on the second day but Richard Johnson was in fine form, reaching his century before finally being dismissed for 125, an innings that included twenty fours and a six.

Paul Best 61 and Calum MacLeod 49 added late useful runs as the Seconds were finally bowled out for 398 with Russell 4-89 the pick of the Worcestershire bowlers

In their second innings, Worcestershire faired a little better, closing the second day on 101-3 with skipper Waldron unbeaten on 35. Miller bowled a spell of seventeen overs taking 1-26 while the other wickets were shared betwen MacLeod 1-23 and Paul Best 1-2 before bad light brought an early finish to the day with 5.5 overs being lost.
(Thanks to Phil Britt and Steve Smith)
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