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Live Reporting

Josef Rindl and Gary Smee

All times stated are UK

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    So, that completes the second round of the Bob Willis Trophy.

    Three rounds to go before the two sides with most points contest a five-day final.

    We're back on Saturday for the start of round three.

    Hope you can join us then.

  2. BreakingGLOUCESTERSHIRE BEAT WARWICKSHIRE

    Gloucestershire (210 & 275) beat Warwickshire (247 & 160) by 78 runs

    It's Ryan Higgins with the final wicket as Oliver Hannon-Dalby edges to Gloucestershire keeper Gareth Roderick.

    Higgins finishes with figures of 7-42. What a performance to back up his 4-54 in the first innings and 51 with the bat.

    But wow, didn't Warwickshire come close!

    Just 27 balls away from stumps when that last wicket fell.

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    Gloucestershire v Warks 160-9 - target 239

    Matt Taylor returns to the attack. He took the wickets of Alex Thomson and Henry Brookes to inspire this late push for victory.

    When Ryan Higgins dismissed Craig Miles more than 10 overs ago it looked like a certain Gloucestershire win.

    But Warwickshire's final pair have defended brilliantly and survive another six balls as Tim Bresnan blocks out a maiden.

    Five overs left.

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    Gloucestershire v Warks 160-9 - target 239

    I have the 'Gloucestershire beat Warwickshire' post sitting in drafts.

    It's been there since 17:38.

    Another Ryan Higgins over and still no wicket.

    Six overs to go.

  5. BreakingWORCESTERSHIRE DRAW WITH GLAMORGAN

    Worcs (455-8 & 276-6 dec) draw with Glamorgan (374 & 141-7)

    Kieran Bull safely sees out four balls of Jake Libby's final over.

    Match drawn. Those overs Worcestershire batted after lunch may well have cost them.

    Now all eyes turn to Bristol...

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    Gloucestershire v Warks 156-9 - target 239

    Gloucestershire look frustrated. Another over ticks by.

    Tim Bresnan and Oliver Hannon-Dalby have survived for 56 balls.

    Just 42 remain.

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    Worcs v Glamorgan 141-7

    Dillon Pennington can't find the breakthroughs Worcestershire need. Graham Wagg safely negotiates a maiden.

    Six balls remain.

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    Gloucestershire v Warks 156-9 - target 239

    Ryan Higgins is back bowling for Gloucestershire.

    Oliver Hannon-Dalby hits him for three fours.

    Twelve from the over, eight left.

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    Worcs v Glamorgan 141-7

    Kieran Bull sees out the rest of Jake Libby's over.

    Two remain.

  10. WICKET

    Cooke b Libby 74 (Worcs v Glamorgan 141-7)

    Surely not?

    Chris Cooke's captain's innings comes to an end as he's bowled by Jake Libby for 74 via a deflection.

    2.5 overs for Glamorgan's remaining batsmen to survive as Kieran Bull joins Graham Wagg. Three wickets still needed by the Pears.

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    Gloucestershire v Warks 144-9 - target 239

    Still Warwickshire defend.

    Another Ben Charlseworth over safely navigated.

    Nine left now.

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    Worcs v Glamorgan 141-6 (target 358)

    Dillon Pennington is still steaming in for Worcestershire. The energy of youth eh?!

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    Gloucestershire v Warks 142-9 - target 239

    Another over for Gloucestershire and still no luck.

    Oliver Hannon-Dalby gets off the mark.

    60 balls to survive.

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    Worcs v Glamorgan 140-6 (target 358)

    Just a single off Jake Libby's over.

    Four left at New Road. Chris Cooke and Graham Wagg have just about done the job for Glamorgan.

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    Gloucestershire v Warks 141-9 - target 239

    Charlesworth continues for Gloucestershire.

    A leg bye and Hannon-Dalby quickly gets off strike.

    Tim Bresnan then hits a four and reduces the lead to below 100.

    11 left.

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    Worcs v Glamorgan 139-6 (target 358)

    Pears paceman Dillon Pennington returns but Chris Cooke and Graham Wagg see out the over.

    Five remain at New Road. You feel as though Worcestershire need to strike in the next over.

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    Worcs v Glamorgan 138-6 (target 358)

    Oof, close to a seventh wicket.

    Graham Wagg swats Jake Libby through the leg side, but it's aerial and just out of reach of the fielder.

    Wagg survives. Six overs left.

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    Gloucestershire v Warks 135-9 - target 239

    And now Josh Shaw comes on to try and take this final Warwickshire wicket.

    Tim Bresnan blocks out a maiden.

    Just the 72 balls left for the Bears to survive.

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    Worcs v Glamorgan 129-6 (target 358)

    Another over ticked off by Glamorgan. Seven to go.

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    Gloucestershire v Warks 135-9 - target 239

    Gloucestershire's Ben Charlseworth comes into the attack for Matt Taylor.

    He has six balls at Oliver Hannon-Dalby...

    ...Nope. Not this time.

    13 overs left.