A Worcestershire Under-17s bowler completed a six wicket haul for the second game running in the ECB County Championship clash with Somerset Under-17s at Bath.
Josh Baker ended with figures of 28-7-105-6 as Somerset, who opted to bat, totalled 338-9 declared in 92.3 overs.
It followed on from Ed Bragg’s six wickets in the Championship opener against Hampshire at Stourbridge.
Baker’s bag of wickets including dismissing the quartet of Somerset batsmen who scored 50 or more.
Somerset lost two early wickets but then opener Jack Press (50) and Sam Young (56) added 92 for the third wicket.
Baker dismissed the pair of batsmen within seven runs of each other but then Jamie Baird (52) and Cameron Harding (62) rebuilt the innings with a partnership of 106.
Again Baker sent back the pair of them in quick succession at 269-6 and for good measure disposed of Julius Sumerauer (39) before the declaration.
Henry Marshall (1-35) and Pete Clark (1-64) were the other wicket-takers.
Worcestershire openers Callum Lea and Bilal Hussain negotiated one over in reaching 6-0 by the close.
SOMERSET UNDER-17S – FIRST INNINGS
Reed b H. Marshall 27
Press lbw Baker 50
Smeed run out (Bragg) 1
Young c Hancock b Baker 56
Baird b Baker 52
Harding c Hussain b Baker 62
Sumerauer c Meredith b Baker 39
Hall lbw Clark 24
Thomas not out 10
Walsh c Hussain b Baker 0
Chesterman not out 10
Total (for 9 wickets declared) 338 in 92.3 overs
FOW: 40, 41, 133, 140, 246, 269, 313, 317, 318
G. Marshall 15-1-52-0
H. Marshall 9-1-35-1
WORCESTERSHIRE UNDER-17S – FIRST INNINGS
Lea not out 4
Hussain not out 1
Total (for 0 wickets) 6 from one over