Lampitt, who now works as Cricket Development manager for the Worcestershire Cricket Board, said: "It's nice that my career has come full circle.
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It last occurred in this competition in May 2003, when Steven Davies and Justin Kemp played for the Worcestershire Cricket Board against their main employers.
Lampitt, who made his debut in 1985, will hang up his boots at the end of the season and take up the post of cricket development officer for the Worcestershire Cricket Board in October.
The first time I had any inkling that Worcestershire were interested in our offer was when I had a phone call from one of our players, Stuart Lampitt, who is the Worcestershire Cricket Board development officer, asking if I would get in touch with chief executive Mark Newton.
Byline: Ged Scott at New Road Worcestershire (311 for four) beat the Worcestershire Cricket Board (141 for nine) by 170 runs Vikram Solanki was not in the mood to do his old team-mates any favours as he stylishly, almost single-handedly, steered Worcestershire into the fourth round of the Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy.
The opening batsman, who featured prominently in the victory at Kingsland in June, has been axed from his post as cricket development officer to the Worcestershire Cricket Board after barely six months in the job.
At Kidderminster, meanwhile, Worcestershire Cricket Board will take on Dorset hoping to book a second round home tie against Sussex Board.
It was also agreed that he would have to take days off to play for them and that he would not play in any competition which the Worcestershire Cricket Board side was also in.