Worcestershire won the toss and decided to bat first but they were bowled out for 106 in their first innings at Hinckley Town CC.
Worcestershire had collapsed from 43-1 to 71-9 in the space of 16 overs and a last wicket partnership of 35, with Graeme Cessford top-scoring with 24, took the visitors to 106 all out off 47.4 overs.
Leicestershire reached 186-6 off 54 overs at the close, to lead by 80 runs, with Chris Russell (3-38), Nick Harrison (2-34) and Cessford (1-44) taking the wickets for Worcestershire.
Worcestershire ended day two on 110-5 in their second innings and trail Leicestershire by 46 runs.
Leicestershire were all out for 262 in their first innings off 80.2 overs, with Will Jones top-scoring with 83 and contributions from both Tom Wells (51) and Lewis Hill (46). Nick Harrison (4-34) and Chris Russell (4-68) were the joint top wicket-takers for Worcestershire, with Graeme Cessford (1-51) and Neil Pinner (1-54) taking one wicket each.
Trailing by 156 runs Worcestershire struggled once again in their second innings despite losing 20 overs due to rain in the afternoon. The wickets to fall were Tom Fell (20), Pinner (25), Steve Leach (20), Tom Kohler-Cadmore (0) and Joe Leach (11) and at the close of play the visitors reached 110-5, with Oliver Law unbeaten on 16 and Ollie Steele unbeaten on 7.
Worcestershire were defeated by 9 wickets before lunch on the third day against Leicestershire at Hinckley Town CC.
Worcestershire began the third day on 110-5 and Oliver Law and Ollie Steele got through the first hour until Steele was out for 17, with the score on 137-6. Then it suddenly became 137-9 as Law (30), George Rhodes (0) and Tom Friend (0) all departed and the visitors managed to avoid an innings defeat as Graeme Cessford and Chris Russell (7*) added 25 runs for the last wicket until Cessford was the last man out for 16 and Worcestershire were all out for 162 off 78.1 overs.
Leicestershire required 7 runs to win and although Nick Harrison took the wicket of Angus Robson (0) the home side won by 9 wickets off 2.3 overs as Lewis Hill (10*) hit a 4 and a 6 off Harrison in consecutive balls. Worcestershire took just 4 points from this match.
Worcestershire Team: Steve Leach, Tom Fell, Neil Pinner*, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Joe Leach, Oliver Law, Ollie Steele+, George Rhodes, Tom Friend, Chris Russell, Graeme Cessford, Nick Harrison