Worcestershire Seconds were beaten by 10 wickets by their Sussex counterparts in a three-day friendly match at Kidderminster.

Sussex extended their first innings to 437-8 on the final day before declaring at lunch-time with paceman Charlie Morris claiming two of the three wickets to fall today.

Spinner Ben Twohig added the other to finish with figures of 4-113 from 31 overs.

Worcestershire were not able to call on the services of Tom Fell in their second innings as he was only ever intended to play the first two days of this friendly encounter.

They were bowled out for 105 with paceman Chris Russell top-scoring with 19.

Sussex paceman Stuart Whittingham did the early damage and then spinners Will Beer and Luke Wells wrapped up the second half of the innings.

Sussex were left a target of 67 in 14 overs but only needed 4.5 overs to get over the winning line.

Sussex Seconds – first innings continued

Finch b Morris 89

Hale c Milton b Morris 10

Rippon lbw Twohig 18

Hatchett not out 21

Whittingham not out 41

Extras 18

Total (for 8 wickets declared) 437 in 113 overs

FOW continued: 345, 358, 381

Bowling

Morris 17-3-66-2

Tongue 7-2-33-0

Russell 22-4-87-1

Hepburn 26-3-83-1

Twohig 31-4-113-4

Rhodes 8-0-38-0

Kervezee 2-0-14-0

Worcestershire Seconds – second innings

Rhodes b Whittingham 12

Kervezee c Hutson b Whittingham 12

Dudley lbw Hatchett 8

Hepburn b Whittingham 13

Malik b Whittingham 0

Milton lbw Wells 16

Twohig lbw Wells 5

Tegg b Wells 4

Russell lbw Beer 19

Morris not out 0

Badger lbw Beer 1

Extras 15

Total (all out) 105

FOW: 17, 28, 52, 52, 55, 67, 77, 102, 104, 105

Bowling – Hatchett 1-14, Whittingham 4-43, Beer 2-22, Wells 3-21

Sussex Seconds – second innings

Salt not out 26

Wells not out 32

Extras 10

Total (for 0 wickets) 68 in 4.5 overs

Bowling

Morris 2-0-21-0

Russell 1-0-11-0

Twohig 1-0-9-0

Hepburn 0.5-0-23-0