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Report: Worcestershire v Warwickshire, Metro Bank One Day Cup

Warwickshire pace duo Olly Hannon-Dalby and Ed Barnard demolished Worcestershire Rapids with the new ball to maintain their side’s unbeaten record in the Metro Bank One-day Cup with a resounding nine wicket success at New Road.

Hannon-Dalby and former Worcestershire all-rounder Barnard bowled superbly in seam-friendly conditions under cloudy skies to reduce the home side to 25-5 during the initial powerplay.

Hannon-Dalby later returned to complete the second List A five-for of his career and he is the leading wicket-taker in the tournament with 14 scalps. He ended with figures of 5-31 from 10 overs while Barnard ended with 6-1-14-3.

Only Matthew Waite (44) offered much resistance as the Rapids were dismissed for 108 in 30.2 overs.

Barnard then excelled in the opener’s role in partnership with Rob Yates as Warwickshire made light work of their modest target in just 16.2 overs. He completed a 35-ball half century, his third in this year’s competition, and only six runs were needed for victory when Yates (34) lbw fell to spinner Josh Baker

It means Warwickshire have won their opening four games and they are well on course to reach the knockout stages.

Worcestershire were put into bat on the same pitch used for Thursday’s win over Gloucestershire when they amassed 375-7.

They had to initially battle against the new ball in seamer-friendly conditions on that occasion and only lost wicket during the powerplay but it was a different story today as Hannon-Dalby and Barnard bowled superbly.

Barnard was first to strike when Gareth Roderick, a century-maker against Gloucestershire, pushed hard at a delivery and was pouched by Rob Yates at first slip.

Ed Pollock collected the first boundary of the innings with a lofted straight drive at Barnard’s expense but Hannon-Dalby picked up two wickets in the next over.

Rob Jones took a stride forward but outside-edged another catch to Yates and captain Jake Libby pushed forward and nicked through to keeper Michael Burgess.

There was no let up in the pressure exerted by the opening pair and Pollock was bowled by a Barnard delivery which nipped back in.

Kashif Ali adopted an aggressive approach and lofted Hannon-Dalby for six over long on but it was his only scoring stroke.

He tried to put the pressure back on the bowlers and came well forward to Barnard but fell to a fine legside catch by Burgess away to his left.

Ben Cox and Waite joined forces and more than doubled the score in adding 33 before the former attempted to cut Michael Booth and presented Yates with another catch.

Waite looked in good touch, pulling Booth for four and on driving Craig Miles to the boundary.

Logan Van Beek gave him good support in a partnership of 28 but there was nothing the Netherland international could do when a delivery from Hannon-Dalby popped up off a length and he fended it to gulley.

Hannon-Daly then struck with successive deliveries in his final over.

Waite, having battled away for 44 off 60 balls, was bowled by a ball of full length and a similar delivery trapped Josh Baker lbw.

Dillon Pennington survived the hat-trick ball but the pace bowler was neatly stumped off Jake Lintott to wrap up the innings.

Worcestershire needed early wickets to have any hope of putting their opponents under pressure and Barnard got off the mark with an inside edge for four against Joe Leach. 

But there were few other alarms for the openers and Barnard uppercut Waite for six to third man and pulled the same bowler through mid-wicket to complete a 35 ball fifty with seven fours and a six.

Baker ended the partnership by accounting for Yates but Barnard hit the winning boundary in the next over to conclude a one-sided contest.

His unbeaten 65 contained one six and 10 fours.

Barnard said: “It couldn’t have gone much better. Coming back is really special but Olllie (Hannon-Dalby) set the tone upfront and didn’t give them a sniff to get back into it. A real clinical performance.

“We know the qualities Ollie has got. He has shown them for goodness knows how many years for Warwickshire.

“He is just whirling away and the rest of us are doing the best we can and it’s just coming out quite nicely at the minute for us.

“We seem to be taking those early wickets and we are catching so well behind the wicket. I can’t remember the last time we dropped one.

“With Rob Yates and Ethan Brookes, it is like having an extra player sometimes, knowing if someone nicks it, they are going to get caught.

“I was keen to open the batting because I knew we were going to be missing a few players to The Hundred and I knew there was going to be a slot there.

“I put my name forward for that and it’s gone alright so far. I didn’t quite show the best of myself to Warwickshire fans during the first half of the season so I’m just enjoying putting in some performances.

“I know what I can do and I hope the show the Warwickshire fans going forward more of that.”

Additional tickets released for Day Three of West Indies Test

A small number of tickets have been released for Day Three of our Men’s Test against West Indies this summer (26-30 Juy).

The first two days are sold out, while over 11, 000 tickets have gone for Day Four. Remaining tickets are expected to go quickly.

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Preview: Worcestershire v Warwickshire, Metro Bank One Day Cup

Mark Robinson believes Warwickshire’s win in Neath was a ‘learning curve’ as the Bears head to Worcestershire on Sunday to make it four from four.

Posting 330 with Rob Yates firing his third List A century, the Warwickshire attack came under pressure as batting became easier in the South Wales sun.

Digging deep at the back end, they fought back, demonstrating the nouse and skill that could take them far in the competition.

“We had a great trip to Neath. We love outgrounds and it was a great crowd,” said the First Team Coach. “It was a thriller and they were rewarded with a great game that went down to the wire. Thankfully we came on the right side of it.

“We were on the wrong end of the toss and Barney and Yatesy managed it well, with Rhodesy marshalling the troops at the end to make sure we got to 330. It was a really good score, but not undoable.

“It was a great learning curve for us as we were under pressure during that second innings. We don’t bowl particularly well in the first, but we got to grips with it and the experience helped us get over the line.”

The next stop is a mouth-watering derby at New Road, where a large crowd is expected.

Worcester currently sits one place below the table-topping Bears with three wins from four.

“Worcester is a smaller ground, the crowd will be on top of you and it’ll make a special atmosphere,” added Robinson. “With it being a local derby we’ll have a lot of our supporters there, like it was great to see so many Warwickshire fans at Neath.

“We know what to expect and we’ll take our learning from Neath and prepare for any situation we face on Sunday.

“We’ve started strong and we love this competition. It’s something we’re enjoying at the moment.”

Squad

Ed Barnard
Michael Booth
Ethan Brookes
Michael Burgess
George Garrett
Olly Hannon-Dalby
Manraj Johal
Jake Lintott
Craig Miles
Will Rhodes
Hamza Shaikh
Kai Smith
Rob Yates

How to Follow

Members and supporters can follow the match live in our Match Centre at edgbaston.com, which will include a free to watch Live Stream, with BBC commentary, and a live text commentary.

Supporters can get involved by sending their match day comments and thoughts on Twitter via @WarwickshireCCC and we’ll publish the best ones on our live text commentary in the Match Centre.

Supporters can also watch the Live Stream and get instant push notifications of all wickets, innings and match results via the Edgbaston app, which is free to download on iOS and Android.

Match updates will also be available across the Club’s social media accounts, simply search for @WarwickshireCCC.

Additional tickets released for Day Three of West Indies Test

A small number of tickets have been released for Day Three of our Men’s Test against West Indies this summer (26-30 Juy).

The first two days are sold out, while over 11, 000 tickets have gone for Day Four. Remaining tickets are expected to go quickly.

Hospitality and Premium Tickets are still available for all days.

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