Day two began on time with clearer skies and thankfully warmer temperatures.
During the morning session Worcestershire added 101 to their overnight 187 without further loss. However there was further drama when Karl Carver was hit on the cheek whilst fielding in the gully and this resulted in coach, Richard Damms, donning the whites for 7 overs.
Karl returned to the field after lunch and 2 overs later Kohler-Cadmore was dismissed for a career best 153 made from 303 balls with 21 fours. Barnard made 60 from 137 balls but after he was 6th out at 324 the innings was wrapped up with them being 375 all out.
Karl Carver finished with 4-85 from 22.5 and Matthew Fisher 2-85 from 25. Tea was then taken with 42 overs left in the day and Worcestershire having a first innings lead of 211.
The innings was opened by Tattersall and Rhodes but things didn’t start well. Rhodes was adjudged lbw and Tattersall caught down the leg side and we were 10-2. We slipped to 28-3 when keeper, Dan Hodgson, was caught at mid wicket for 7.
A stand of 48 between Ryan Gibson and Mosun Hussain was broken when Mosun was well caught in the gully having made 28. Ryan departed, also having made 28 with the score at 87.
The 2 Matthews, Waite and Fisher put on 38 in 79 balls but the former was given out lbw just before the close and we finished at 130-6 still 81 behind.