Worcestershire Beats off Middlesex

John Simpson and Tim Murtagh

Around the end of tea interval the season of New Road starts its closing time. Worcestershire fan is relieved from duty and able to go back to business that they neglect during the length of the game. They stretch their self a bit, says some parting word to the team and chat while walking toward their dinner. They didn’t seem to be upset and still have a smile on their face even though they know that they will play on Second Division next year. Worcestershire gives a lot of contribution for Middlesex at the second inning. The team now will look at the matches on Trent Bridge closely wondering whether they can have a chance to stay at the second place. People wait for this interesting moment to see the outcome of the game.

John Simpson and Tim Murtagh partnership are incapable to hide the problem in Middlesex cricket which obviously seen. They make their first inning ends with a score of 333. This is actually a good score which put them at the lead but Daryl Mitchell make an extravagant move by ending the game at 431 for five. At afternoon session they manage to lose every wicket they had. At 24 overs they manage to make nine for 89 which is a result they make for one of the stages this make them out of 205, in the sum they are an inning and 128 runs behind which doesn’t seem good to be a good outcome for the match.

Toms, Fell and Kohler-Cadmore makes Middlesex lose in bating competition by making 229 runs. The pitch allows seamers to get through consistently and in addition they also out-bowled. Shannon Gabriel makes a good spectacle on this game by making remarkable pace that set huge difference. He hasn’t been in the team for long and he won’t stay for long. He have signed from Trinidad for short span of time and at the match he make a reminder that county cricket still have enough capability as they had several decades ago. He didn’t take much in the game. During second inning he takes two wickets but during the process he puts up a good show. At a pace he got beaten and bowled. Paul Stirling had to rough him up at the process which makes him had to endure some trivial bruises.

Middlesex manages to get 39 without losing any at lunch. They seem to be serious about amending their debacle on the first inning. They are making a positive intention in this inning. After interval we manage to have a good laugh looking at Ed Bernard, Jack Shantry and Gabriel receives some help from two comedies which runs last and through the order. Before that happened Fell are making the score to 171 until finally he is stopped by Dexter. Kohler-Cadmore take that opportunity and make their first hundred by making and advance toward Ollie Rayner. In the end Mitchel had to bring them back in but at that time they already make 130.