Daryl Mitchell and James Vince were in the runs again, while 16 wickets fell on day one between Gloucs and Kent.
Daryl Mitchell's century was the foundation of Worcestershire's 91-run success against Sussex in the YB40 at Hove.
Toby Roland-Jones claimed the first 10-wicket haul of his career as Middlesex clinched a five-wicket win over Worcestershire.
Skipper Daryl Mitchell believes Worcestershire can defy the odds and retain their top-flight status in four-day cricket.
Daryl Mitchell has been named as the permanent Worcestershire captain after signing a new four-year contract.
Former England batsman Vikram Solanki has resigned as Worcestershire captain after more than five years in the job.
Glamorgan took over at the top of Division Two after Dean Cosker spun them to a 241-run win over Worcestershire.
Garry Park's unbeaten 124 couldn't stop Derbyshire slipping to an eight-wicket defeat away at Worcestershire.
Worcestershire opener Daryl Mitchell has been appointed vice-captain following Gareth Batty's departure.
Zander de Bruyn hit 106 as Somerset batted out for a draw on the final day against Worcestershire.
Worcestershire have signed opening batsman Darryl Mitchell to a new three-year deal, keeping him at New Road until 2011.
Daryl Mitchell's century ensured Worcestershire remain on course for a swift return to Division One as they beat Essex by six wickets.
Worcestershire inflicted more Twenty20 Cup misery on near-neighbours Gloucestershire after dishing out a 59-run victory.
All-rounder Daryl Mitchell has confirmed his commitment to Worcestershire by agreeing a 12-month extension to his current deal.
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