The inimitable George Dobell follows later but in the meantime:
Worcestershire moved a massive step closer to securing promotion back to Division One of the Specsavers County Championship with a six wicket triumph over Leicestershire at New Road.
The home side chalked up their third successive win in the competition on the brink of tea to move nine points clear at the top of the table from Nottinghamshire who have a match in hand.
Victory also kept nearest rivals Northamptonshire and Sussex at arm's length and they will have to wait the outcome of results next week to know if they will be promoted before their final match with Durham at New Road starting on September 25.
Worcestershire have responded positively after a disappointing T20 Blast campaign and the arrival of Indian spin star Ravichandran Ashwin has also had a positive impact on a side which in this match has contained Academy products.
But they were made to work harder by bottom placed Leicestershire than had seemed likely at the beginning of the fourth day before completing an eighth win of the season and 14 in the last 24 matches.
The Foxes resumed on 111-7 - just 22 ahead -but a century stand between Zak Chappell and Lewis Hill and another impressive spell by spinner Callum Parkinson kept Worcestershire on their toes before securing a maximum 24 point haul.
With the possibility of rain looming, Worcestershire openers Daryl Mitchell and D'Oliveira seized every opportunity to keep the scoreboard ticking along before both perished to Parkinson who had taken eight wickets in the first innings.
D'Oliveira (15) went for a slog sweep and was bowled and Mitchell (34) played forward and the ball spun back onto his stumps.
Ben Raine bowled a marathon 12 over spell with the new ball and was rewarded when Tom Fell (18) was also bowled after playing forward. Joe Clarke and George Rhodes (21 not out) added 55 before the former was lbw to Aadil Ali for 35 with just eight runs required.
Parkinson finished with match figures of 56-2-185-10.