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    Worcestershire players return home after a successful winter crop
Worcestershire players return home after a successful winter crop
Worcestershire's players have returned home. WCCC

Worcestershire players return home after a successful winter crop

Worcestershire's players have returned home to prepare for the 2024 season after a successful winter in Australia and South Africa.

Ethan Brookes, Ed Pollock, Josh Baker, Adam Finch, and Gareth Roderick made significant contributions to their respective clubs.

They will join their teammates who returned from a 10-day training camp in Desert Springs on Thursday for pre-season, which starts today (March 18th).

Brookes, a new signing for Prahran CC, scored three centuries in the Victorian Premier Cricket competition and also took valuable wickets.

Baker reached 50 for Northern District CC in the New South Wales Premier Cricket tournament and took 3-29 in the final against Western Suburbs to help them win the Limited Overs Cup.

Pollock was consistent throughout the same competition for St. George CC, scoring a top score of 116 and freely throughout the winter.

Finch demonstrated his full fitness after recovering from a back injury by delivering several impressive performances for Sturt CC during the second half of the campaign.

Meanwhile, in South Africa, Roderick led by example as the captain of Green Point in the Western Province Premier Division, scoring 633 runs in 15 innings at an average of 48.70, including one century against Western Province CC and six fifties.

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