Thursday 22 August 2013 

Warwickshire 2nd XI v Leicestershire 2nd XI

 

Day 3

Tom Lewis joined Basit Zaman at the start of the final day and made a brisk forty one and then Jonathan Webb addd thirty seven and Jordan Rollings thirty two, as Warwickshire batted throughout the day, to go to tea on 219-7 with Zaman still at the crease.

With their lead extending beyond 150 ond overs left in the day running out,, the two teams shook hands on the draw, but not before Zaman had completed his maiden century for the second eleven, made off 231 balls and including fourteen fours and a six while his partner at the close, Tom Burton, was unbeaten on thirty seven.

Warwickshire took nine points and Leicestershire eleven points

 

 

Day 2

Will Root and Lewis Hill batted throughout the morning session taking Leicestershire on to 198-3 before Root was dismissed for 72 and Hill for 79.

Russ Sayer then added another seventy two before the visitors were bowled out for 367 in 109 overs with Mark Adaire taking 4-83.

In their second innings, trailing by 108 runs, Warwickshire lost Paul Best and Freddie Coleman before the close, when they were 12-2 from 8.5 overs

 

Day 1

Batting after winning the toss at Kenilworth Wardens C.C. Warwickshire were dismissed for 259 in 88.3 overs thanks largely to Freddie Coleman’s 156 from 280 deliveries including twenty four boundaries. He opened the innings and was last man out after receiving support from Jonathan Webb 28, Tom Burton 13 and Peter McKay 18.

Charlie Taylor 4-47 and Ateeq Sheikh  3-64 were the visitors most successful bowlers.

There was time for fourteen overs from Warwickshire before the close, by which time Leicestershire were 53-3.

Trophy

Warwickshire won the toss at Coventry & North Warwickshire C.C. and chose to bowl first against Leicestershire. Angus Robson 43 was the top scorer for the visitors while Jordan Rollings took 4-38 as Leicestershire were dismissed for 179 in 38.4 overs.

In reply, Warwickshire reached their target in 37.2 overs with Basit Zaman top scoring on an unbeaten sixty six and Freddie Coleman fifty.

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