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Defeat Number Two

By Gary Watton
May 23 2018

Ross Whiteley just loves playing against Yorkshire. He was one of five semi-centurions who piled on the runs against the Tykes. Not even an outstanding stand from the in-form duo of Kohler-Cadmore (against his former team) and Pujara could quite launch a successful run chase. Brook flopped again, as every Yorkshire wicket fell to a catch. Cox and Fell grabbed seven catches between the pair of them. With two consecutive defeats once more at home, Yorkshire look well placed to successfully avoid one-day silverware again. They are leaving themselves little margin for error, after this characteristically close defeat. A few narrow victories wouldn't go amiss for a change!

YORKSHIRE versus Worcestershire; One-Day Cup; at Leeds; YORKSHIRE chose to bowl.

Worcestershire: 350 for six (off fifty overs)

Mitchell lbw b Coad 11 (14-1)

Clarke run out (Rashid) 61 (122-2)

Head c and b Rashid 77 (220-5)

Fell b Rashid 32 (188-3)

D'Oliveira c Kohler-Cadmore b Patterson 23 (218-4)

Whiteley not out 66

Cox c Hodd b Patterson 50 (330-6)

Barnard not out 3

Extras: 27

 

YORKSHIRE: 346 for nine (off fifty overs)

Lyth c Cox b Barnard 29 (72-1)

Kohler-Cadmore c Fell b D'Oliveira 89 (173-2)

Pujara c Fell b Barnard 101 (258-6)

Wainman c Cox b D'Oliveira 0 (173-3)

Brook c Fell b Brown 5 (184-4)

Leaning c D'Oliveira b Morris 25 (253-5)

Bresnan c Cox b Barnard 26 (307-8)

Rashid c Head b Leach 24 (296-7)

Hodd not out 17

Patterson c Cox b Leach 17 (333-9)

Coad not out 3

Extras: 10

Barnard 10-0-75-3

Worcestershire win by four runs.

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