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4th May 2019 - 11:00AM Edgbaston, Birmingham
Royal London One-Day Cup 2019
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Brian Halford
4th May 2019

One-Day Cup Report: Warwickshire v Lancashire

Lancashire missed out on a chance to secure qualification from the Royal London Cup group stage following a five-wicket (Duckworth/Lewis) defeat to Warwickshire.

The Red Rose, having finished their campaign, need other results to go their way on Monday after the home side chased down a D/L target of  255 in 45 overs with two balls to spare.

Lancashire amassed 277 for seven thanks to skipper Dane Vilas’s 83 (79 balls, six fours, two sixes) supported by a series of small contributions. Alex Thomson continued his fine tournament with List A-best figures of 10-1-27-3, including a burst of three wickets in 12 balls.

The home side then recovered from a superb opening spell of 8-2-15-3 from James Anderson to time their pursuit to perfection to the delight of a bumper Community Fun Day crowd at Edgbaston. Liam Banks struck 61(68 balls, three fours, one six) before Sam Hain saw the job through with consummate skill, his unbeaten 84 (100 balls, two fours and a six), raising further his remarkable List A career-average of 58.

Put in, Lancashire lost Haseeb Hameed to the eighth ball of the innings, lbw to an Olly Hannon-Dalby inswinger. But after a slow start, just six runs from the first five overs, they accelerated through a succession of solid partnerships.

Keaton Jennings (31, 40 balls) and Steven Croft added 56 in 12 overs and, after Jennings was bowled by Jeetan Patel, Croft (45, 48 balls) and Vilas added 40 in seven before Croft played on to George Panayi.

Vilas and Jake Lehmann kept the scoreboard ticking over with 80 in 15 overs but Thomson applied a brake with two wickets in three balls. Lehmann drove to mid-off and Rob Jones reverse-swept his second ball to gully.

When Vilas missed a cut at Thomson and was bowled, Lancashire were 192 for six and in danger of coming in short, but Josh Bohannon (37 not out, 45 balls) and Saqib Mahmood (a List A-best 45, 43 balls) added 83 in 12 overs to get the total up around par.

Warwickshire’s reply started briskly but was pegged back by a high-class spell from Anderson. He bowled Dominic Sibley off an inside edge then produced perfect off-cutters to force fatal edges to wicketkeeper Vilas from Ed Pollock (38, 34 balls) and Will Rhodes.

Hain and Banks retrenched with a stand, twice interrupted by rain, of 111 in 22 overs. They posted their half-centuries from successive deliveries, from 73 and 59 balls respectively, Hain achieving the unusual feat of reaching 50 without hitting a four.

After another rain break altered the target again, Warwickshire resumed needing 96 from 11 overs and soon lost Banks who lifted Graham Onions to deep extra cover. But Hain, now batting with a runner after hurting a knee scrambling for a single, added 40 in five overs with Woakes (20, 16 balls) and then Alex Mellor (30 not out, 13 balls) arrived to inject the required impetus with two sixes in a Matt Parkinson over.

Brian Halford
3rd May 2019

One-Day Cup Preview: Warwickshire v Lancashire

Jim Troughton wants his Warwickshire team to put a good performance - and a victory - at the heart of the Community Fun Day at Edgbaston tomorrow.

A bumper crowd is expected for the Edgbaston Foundation’s Community Fun Day with admission just £2 for adults and free for under 16s for the Royal London One-Day Cup match against Lancashire.

Fun has been in short supply for the Bears so far during their Royal London Cup campaign. Just one win and a tie from six games has ended their qualification hopes with two games still to play.

"Hopefully a lot of people will come down including some who have never watched cricket before, and we want to play our part in giving them a great day. I want the guys to play with plenty of energy and skill and put in a performance for Warwickshire."

Jim Troughton

There have been positive signs in the performances of emerging players Alex Thomson, Liam Banks and George Panayi, but first-team coach Troughton’s appraisal of his team’s performances is typically honest.

“For a few of the guys the competition has been a bit of a baptism into what first-team cricket is all about,” he said.

“It’s disappointing because they did so many good things over the winter and in pre-season, but as soon as we got into this competition it has felt like the pressure and expectation that these guys put on themselves has shown.

“There have been some positives and a lot of the guys will be better for this experience. Now we want to finish the group strongly and put in good performances for our loyal members and supporters, starting tomorrow.

“Community Day is always a great day. Hopefully a lot of people will come down including some who have never watched cricket before, and we want to play our part in giving them a great day. I want the guys to play with plenty of energy and skill and put in a performance for Warwickshire.”

It has been a disappointing 50-over campaign for the Bears, albeit with a squad deprived of numerous key players through injury. They have missed two potential linchpins in both batting (Ian Bell and Adam Hose) and bowling (Olly Stone and Liam Norwell) while all-rounders Aaron Thomason and Chris Woakes have been restricted to just one and two appearances respectively.

Troughton never cites injuries as an excuse and rarely even mentions them to the media but, when the subject was mentioned to him, said: “Take a senior batter and a senior bowler out of any team in the group and they are going to struggle. We have asked a lot of these young guys and they are having to learn very quickly about the demands of playing 50-over games then day off, train and play again. The more experienced players are used to that. It doesn’t take as much mental energy out of them because they are used to the rhythm of these tournaments.

“The challenge for the younger guys has been to back up performances in games that come thick and fast. Against the three stronger teams – Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Worcestershire – we showed what we can do and got three points out of those three games. The problem is we haven’t backed that up against teams I think we should beat.

“The results have not been what we wanted but, within that, there are good stories of guys stepping up to this level. All I ask for from our fans is a little bit of patience and support for these guys who are working incredibly hard and sticking together and just want to please the supporters.”

Edgbaston Foundation Community Fun Day

A day of fun for the whole family! Edgbaston Foundation’s Community Fun Day will this year take place for the Royal London One-Day Cup match against Lancashire on Saturday 4 May, with Adults only £2 and Under-16s FREE.

The day will offer free family entertainment, including inflatables and face painting, and cricket with Warwickshire in 50-over action starting at 11am.

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2nd May 2019

Spectator Guide: Community Fun Day

Are you visiting Edgbaston for the Royal London One-Day Cup match against Lancashire on our Community Fun Day? Take a moment to read our Spectator Guide for all the information ahead of the big fixture.

The 50-over match on Saturday 4 May will start at 11am. Tickets for this match are only £2 and can be purchased in advance, while under-16s are free.

A big crowd is expected for this match and we advise supporters to give plenty of time to arrive at the ground and plan their journey in advance. If you have any questions ahead of the day, please call 0121 369 1994 (option 2) or email tickets@edgbaston.com.

Key Timings

9am: Car Park open (limited availability)
10am:
Gates open and Kids Zone activities open
10am to 12pm: ‘The Greatest Season’ book signing with Pat Murphy (Store ’94)
10.30am: Sampad Arts Musical Performance (Exhibition Hall)
10.30am: Toss
11am: Match starts
2.25pm: Sampad Arts Musical Performance (Exhibition Hall)
2.30pm: Interval and supporters allowed on Outfield
3.15pm: Play resumes
3.30pm: NSPCC Online Safety session (sign up in Exhibition Hall)
6.30pm: Match ends

Tickets can be purchased on the day via the Ticket Booth on the main car park: Adults only £2 and under-16s FREE
Car Parking is available on the day via the main entrance off Edgbaston Road: £7.50 per car (£5 for Members)

Entrance

Pedestrian entrances are accessible from Pershore Road and Edgbaston Road, and supporters will be able to enter the ground via E6 Exhibition and E9 entrances. These are displayed on the map below.

If  you wish to purchase tickets on the day, please visit the Ticket Booth located on the main car park.

Any tickets purchased from Tuesday can be printed from home or can be collected from the Collection Booth outside Store ’94.

If you have any questions on the day, please speak to one of our friendly stewards who will be happy to help.

Kids Zone Activities

A variety of FREE family activities will be available in our Kids Zone, located in the #1 Nets (located by main entrance) and the Exhibition Hall. These will be open from 10am to 2.30pm.

Activities will include;

  • Face Painters
  • Hover Archery
  • Cricket Strike
  • Up the Creek
  • Air Table Football
  • Crazy Golf
  • Human Whack a Mole
  • 12ft Slide
  • Lazer Tag
  • Surf Simulator

Food & Drink

Feeling peckish? Catering will be available to purchase from the Pavilion Stand and the RES Wyatt & Aylesford Stand for this fixture, with a wide variety of food and drink options.

Please note; all bars at Edgbaston are going cashless from Saturday 4 May. Only card payments will be accepted. Cash will still be accepted at all food stalls and in Members’ facilities. 

Pavilion Stand

  • Members Lounge: Eat in food facility serving Dishes of the Day, with bar facilities and hot drinks
  • Concourse: Kiosk will be open
  • Exhibition Hall: Bar facility and hot drinks
  • Cubs Corner: Serving doughnuts, popcorn, crisps, chocolate and soft drinks
  • Coffee Pod: Located in reception serving hot drinks and snacks
  • Fordhall Farm: Serving freshly made and locally sourced hot food and soft drinks
    • BBQ
    • Fish & Chips
    • Ice Cream
    • Indian Street Food

RES Wyatt & Aylesford Stand

  • David Heath: Bar facility, hot and cold food including Dish of the Day and hot drinks

Please note; all bars at Edgbaston are going cashless from Saturday 4 May. Only card payments will be accepted. Cash will still be accepted at all food stalls and in Members’ facilities. 

Parking

On-site parking will be available to buy on the day of this match, priced at £7.50 per car (£5 for Members). Parking will be available at the Main Car Park, accessible via the entrance off Edgbaston Road. Please use our post code B5 7QU to find us.

While the Club will always try to accommodate all vehicles visiting the ground, admittance will be on a first come, first served basis. Please plan your journey in advance and arrive early to guarantee your on-site match day parking.

Public car parking may also be available on a pay and display basis in Cannon Hill Park and/or the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Centre, but note that these car parks are not operated by the Club.

Buses

From Broad Street and Five-Ways Island
Service 1 stops outside the ground on Edgbaston Road.

From Bullring (Debenhams bus stops) & Moor Street Station)
Services 45 & 47 provide a frequency of up to every 5 minutes stop on Priory Road, Pershore Road which is only a few seconds away from the ground.

From Bullring (Debenhams bus stops)
Services X61, 63 & X64 stop on Priory Road, Bristol Rd which is a couple of minutes walk from the ground.

From Bullring (Selfridges Entrance) & Digbeth Coach Station
Service 35 takes you just a few minutes walk away from the ground on Willow Road, Edgbaston Road

Under 16s Information

All under 16s must be accompanied by an adult – otherwise they will not be granted entry. All under 16s go completely free but they will need a ticket, please collect one of these from a steward or the Club Shop.

Free Stadium Wi-Fi

Working with the ECB and The Cloud, Edgbaston has installed a state-of-the-art free Wi-Fi available for all spectators. To connect search for Wi-Fi networks and select “_The Cloud” upon connection login using your existing Cloud account or complete a once only registration form.

Merchandise

Visit the new-look Edgbaston shop, Store ’94, where you will be able to find a range of fantastic merchandise including replica kit, caps, t-shirts and leisure wear. Scorecards will also be available from Store ’94.

New for 2019 – the shop will be stocking a limited edition retro range from the treble winning 1994 season and a new signature collection.

Merchandise can also be purchased online.

Queries

Please email tickets@edgbaston.com if you have any questions about a match day at Edgbaston. Alternatively, please call our team on  0121 369 1994 (option 2), lines are open Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm.

 

Edgbaston Foundation Community Fun Day

A day of fun for the whole family! Edgbaston Foundation’s Community Fun Day will this year take place for the Royal London One-Day Cup match against Lancashire on Saturday 4 May, with Adults only £2 and Under-16s FREE.

The day will offer free family entertainment, including inflatables and face painting, and cricket with Warwickshire in 50-over action starting at 11am.

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