Warwickshire: Jim Troughton happy with aggression of bowling attack

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Troughton happy with Bears aggression

Warwickshire's returning skipper Jim Troughton tells BBC WM he was impressed with the Bears' innings and 105-run win over Northants at Wantage Road.

It was 35-year-old Troughton's first Championship game in almost exactly a year following surgery on his back.

And he marked his comeback with a half century, the 63rd 50-plus innings of his first-class career, as Warwickshire earned their third Championship win of 2014.

Troughton was especially pleased with the way his bowlers, especially England all-rounder Chris Woakes, remained "aggressive and disciplined".

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