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Worcestershire County Cricket Club
Worcestershire's first period of great success came in the 1960s, when the county won two County Championships thanks to the achievements of such players as Tom Graveney, Jack Flavell , Len Coldwell and the young Basil D'Oliveira. The following decade, the New Zealander Glenn Turner was instrumental in Worcestershire's third championship. And in the 1980s, the prodigious batting feats of Graeme Hick and the arrival of Ian Botham paved the way for two more county titles.
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