Moeen's 100 is the second quickest in ODI cricket by an England player and only Jos Buttler has a quicker ton
Moeen's magical knock finally ends on 102 off 57 balls when caught at long off from spinner Nurse. England 358-8
It's Moeen's third ODI 100 after 119 v Sri Lanka at Colombo (2014) and 128 v Scotland in 2015 World Cup at Christchurch
He's done it.....Moeen reaches 100 off 53 balls with successive sixes off Cummins. His last 61 runs came off 13 balls. Incredible stuff
Moeen smashes six sixes in the space of eight balls and is now on 87 from 49 balls
Moeen smashes three sixes in an over from former Worcs overseas player Miguel Cummins and reaches 50 off 41 balls
Moeen Ali is on 30 not out off 32 balls and England are 255-6 in 42nd over in third ODI v West Indies
Another reminder for members and supporters that the gates at New Road will open at 8.30am tomorrow
Read skipper Joe Leach's thoughts on the finale to the season on the Worcs CCC website. Click MENU and then NEWS for all the latest news
Rhodes: “He speaks and talks a very good game, he is very experienced and has done some amazing things in international cricket.”
Rhodes:“You watch him go out and bat and he is positive. You watch him bowl and he is positive in his efforts and what he tries to do."
Rhodes:“His character, the way he plays his cricket,was another good reason for lifting the the dressing room. He has played a major part"
.Rhodes: “It was massive surprise to dressing room that we managed to get such a brilliant cricketer to come and be our overseas player"
Ashwin has made major contributions with bat and ball in three wins on the trot and also been a positive influence in the dressing room.
Steve Rhodes praises impact on Ravichandran Ashwin on Worcestershire during the last month at New Road.
Cox has 40 Championship victims – 39 caught and one stumped – with only the retiring Chris Read of Nottinghamshire (50) ahead of him.
Ben Cox looks set to finish runners-up in the list of most dismissals by wicket-keepers in Division Two in 2017.
Mitchell is lying in second spot in the batting charts with 1138 runs at 51.72 with six centuries and three fifties.
Leach goes into the final match of the season in pole position on 63 wickets at an average of 20.25 with four five-wicket hauls.
Joe Leach and Daryl Mitchell strongly placed to finish as leading wicket-taker and run-scorer in Division Two of County Championship.
Another reminder that the gates will open at 8.30am on Monday at New Road for Worcs v Durham
Read Steve Rhodes' views on upcoming game with Durham and the promotion battle on the Worcs CCC website.
England to announce Ashes squad on Wednesday
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Read George Rhodes thoughts on working with Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Santner and Ravichandran Ashwin on the Worcs CCC website
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